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Born to Be Wild (1995 film)

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Director  John Gray
Music director  Mark Snow
Duration  
Language  English
4.9/10 IMDb

Genre  Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Editor  Maryann Brandon
Country  United States
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Release date  March 31, 1995 (1995-03-31)
Writer  Paul Young (story), John Bunzel (screenplay), Paul Young (screenplay)
Cast  Wil Horneff (Rick Heller), Helen Shaver (Margaret Heller), John C. McGinley (Max Carr)
Similar movies  Frank Welker appears in Born to Be Wild and Buddy

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Born to Be Wild is a 1995 American family comedy film.

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Plot

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Rick Heller is a juvenile delinquent who continues to get himself into trouble. To keep him out of mischief, his mother, Margaret, puts him to work cleaning the cage of a female gorilla named Katie. Margaret is teaching Katie to communicate through the use of sign language. When the owner of the gorilla, Gus Charnley, takes her away to become a flea market freak, Rick decides to rescue Katie and take her on an adventurous journey to get her out of the country.

Cast

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  • Wil Horneff as Rick Heller
  • Helen Shaver as Margaret Heller
  • John C. McGinley as Max Carr
  • Peter Boyle as Gus Charnley
  • Jean Marie Barnwell as Lacey Carr
  • Marvin J. McIntyre as Bob the Paramedic
  • Gregory Itzin as Walter Mallinson
  • Titus Welliver as Sergeant Markle
  • Thomas F. Wilson as Det. Lou Greenberg (as Tom Wilson)
  • Alan Ruck as Dan Woodley
  • John Procaccino as Ed Price
  • Obba BabatundĂ© as Interpreter
  • David Wingert as Gary James
  • John Pleshette as Donald Carr
  • Janet Carroll as Judge Billings
  • Frank Welker as Katie Gorilla's vocal effects (uncredited)
  • Reception

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    Peter Stack of the San Francisco Chronicle said the animatronic gorilla looked phony, but concluded "The film has its moments of nutty fun" and "it also has a couple of touching scenes—if you can get beyond that bogus ape look." Washington Post critic Rita Kempley called it "a heart-yanking family yarn that resembles a simian adaptation of Nell" and also compared the movie to Free Willy.


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    References

    Born to Be Wild (1995 film) Wikipedia
    Born to Be Wild (1995 film) IMDbBorn to Be Wild (1995 film) themoviedb.org


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