Most Popular Movies and TV Shows With Hugo Van Lawick
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5. National Geographic Specials (1965– )
60 min | Documentary, History
For over 30 years, the National Geographic Society has presented specials on nature, foreign culture, scientific breakthroughs, and things which fall under the general category of "neat ... See full summary »
10. Africa: The Serengeti (1994)
Not Rated | 39 min | Documentary, Short
Tanzania's Serengeti Plains are the landscape we picture when we think of Africa. For millions of years, the drama of survival has played out here and once a year, millions of antelope ... See full summary »
24. The Life and Legend of Jane Goodall (1990 TV Movie)
50 min | Documentary, Biography
Jane Goodall's childhood dream inspired by toys and books (Tarzan, Dr Dolittle) came true in 1960. Dr Louis Leakey sent her to Gombe Park, Tanzania to find and observe wild chimpanzees, that led to lifelong study and groundbreaking finds.
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968–2001)
TV-Y | 30 min | Family, Fantasy, Music
Mrs. McFeely is looking after a Capuchin monkey at her house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday and Oliver Circus Clown reach a compromise by which Purple Panda can rejoin the circus.
Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom (2002– )
Cheetahs: Against All Odds
In the Serengeti, cheetahs lead uneasy lives. Females must leave their cubs alone and exposed to the savagery of more powerful predators in order to hunt. Even scrounging scavengers can ... See full summary »
Star: Simon Barritt
The Mike Douglas Show (1961–1982)
Comedy, Music, Talk-Show
Country singer Charley Pride is co-host. Guests are Ozzie and Harriet Nelson; anthropologist Jane Goodall and her husband, wildlife photographer Hugo Van Lawick; Washington Redskins running back Larry Brown; and The West Point Glee Club.
The World About Us (1967–1987)
The Baboons of Gombe
50 min | Documentary
Follows the progress of Jane Goodall and Hugo Van Lawick as they return to the shores of Lake Tanganyika to study the social structure of the so-called 'beach troop' of baboons living there.