The Insane Story Of The Most Dangerous Movie Ever Made

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Pijush Sarkar
"No animals were harmed in the making of this movie. 70 cast and crew members were."
I cannot believe that "no animals were harmed but 70 crew members were harmed" is the ACTUAL TAGLINE of the movie
I don’t know if anyone else remembers the movie “Secondhand Lions” but I loved it as a kid and this video made me want to look up what the filming for that movie was like and I found this quote, “Haley Joel Osment was attacked by the pig during filming. The lion had numerous trainers and handlers, but no one thought the pig might be a menace.”
If Tippi Hedren had a nickel for every time she was in a movie where she was actually attacked by live animals, she’d have two nickels. Which isn’t a lot, but it’s weird that it happened twice, right?
Beni O'Hea
For anyone who doesn't know, this was one of the most famous families in Hollywood at the time. Tippi Hedren (Melanie Griffith's mom) starred in The Birds and Noel Marshall, at one point, represented the author of The Exorcist.
Melanie Conway
the way they pulled on the lion's tail to provoke it was wild...they had no idea what they were doing, I'm flabbergasted
Rose Weldon
True story: Tippi Hedren’s most noteworthy movie is Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds,” which has a scene where she is attacked by crows, ravens, gulls and other birds. Because this was the 60s, the way they shot it was by having crew members FLING ACTUAL BIRDS AT HER. She almost lost an eye and called that part of the shoot the worst week of her life…and then 10-15 years later decided that shooting Roar without any safety precautions was a good idea.
this story reminds me of the lady who “raised” a chimpanzee who ended up ripping her friends face off, you can’t raise a wild animal like a human/in a human environment and expect them to just acclimate. they have instincts that just can’t be trained out of them
August Ekblom
I have seen this movie, and yes it's literally 2 or so hours of people being attacked by big cats, it's nothing short of insane.
Keith Kunstmann
My film professor in college was the assistant camera operator on this movie and he has so many bad memories frorm making this. He would never get into specifics but he would talk about how he saw terrible things. Saftey was his top priority ever since. Truly a changed man post Roar 😂
Kirsten E
Danny, you should totally make a part 2 where you actually watch the movie and review it! I’m so curious now, we’ve barely scratched (or should I say pawed 💀)the surface.
Roar was actually a horror movie, the plot is that the lions turn on the humans and hunt them off one by one. You also didn’t mention how one of their daughters needed facial reconstruction surgery after being mauled by one of the tigers, after already leaving set in fear once and being convinced by her parents to come back. Truly insane story.
That Annoying Guy
LA really was a crazy place back then and not just because of tigers, it was actually considered the Bank Robbing Capital at one point. Between 1985 and 1995, Los Angeles bank branches were robbed 17,106 times. In 1992 the number was 2,641. Meaning that year, statistically a bank was robbed once every 45 minutes or so.
Nina C
The fact that they probably went and captured all those animals from their home and forced them into new high stress environments is insane
gigi black
The fact that Tippi Hedren is still living with 13-14 lions and tigers after being attacked in two movies...Dakota Johnson has an interesting family.
A Jones
Honestly, a movie about the making of this movie would be awesome.
John's Miter
I was actually on the Shambala Preserve where they filmed this a few months ago. They have shifted to being a legitimate big cat sanctuary and their main focus is on the care and preservation of these animals. And Tippi Hedren still lives on the property, her house is between the enclosures they have for them. It's not just in the middle of the city either, they have a ton of space.
i have a feeling this movie could've easily been animated. wouldn't be any better but probably significantly safer
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