This thirty-three minute documentary takes a look at the movie ROAR and the various reasons why Tippi Hedren and her then husband Noel Marshall wanted to take on such an adventure. ROAR is best remembered today for the incredibly dangerous production where over seventy people were harmed. This documentary was produced by the Marshall family and was sold on the film's official website long before Olive Films and Drafthouse bought the rights to the movie and sold it as the most dangerous film ever made. With that in mind, this making of featurette really doesn't talk about how dangerous the production was but instead it mostly talks about various fond memories of the production. We get to hear from Hedren who also hosts the thing as well as John Marshall who acted in the picture. We also meet some of the animal trainers as well as get to see some of the locations used in the film.
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