A Boy and His Elephant Trailer

A Boy and His Elephant Trailer (1984)

"The exciting story of a friendship put to the test! A young boy, a great elephant, and a dream of freedom..." 01 January 1984 30 mins

Black Mountain, a giant elephant, is considered untrainable and is soon to be destroyed! The only one who can go close to him is a young boy whose father is head of the elephant training camp where Black Mountain lives. Against his father's orders, the boy cares for Black Mountain, bringing him food and water. Black Mountain learns to love the boy and the two develop a deep friendship. They spend much time together playing in the rivers and taking long rides in the forest. But when Black Mountain's own child threatens to destroy the camp, his dream of freedom could become a reality. Will be betray the trust the boy has put in him? An action-packed adventure for everyone to enjoy! -Shoppingcartplus.com

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India 01 January 1984

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