Savage Harvest Trailer

Savage Harvest Trailer (1981)

11 April 1981 Action 87 mins

A family in Africa is besieged by a group of lions, driven mad by the drought. They have to survive multiple attacks but some colleagues are eaten by the lions.

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United States 11 April 1981

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