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Life Without Man - The Enemy  (1981)

'Life Without Man' aims to show the life behaviour patterns in the wild - for example, how do birds that cannot fly any more manage?  Are animals in the jungle fussy about heir food?  Do mothers of the bush warn their offspring not to go too near the water?  How do animals cope with self defence?  This film tries to provide the answers.

Film credits

Camera: Michael Inglesby
Camera: Stephen Brind
Director: Paul Middleton
Editor: Paul Middleton
Editor: Brian Lever
Narrator: John Bishop
Producer: Paul Middleton
Production Organisation: Paul Middleton Conservation Programme, South Africa
Script: Cameron McLure
Sound: Nation Film Board, South Africa