Place Called Okavango (2001)
|Shot in Botswana, Zimbabwe and Namibia, Okavango combines the family struggle of Little House on the Prairie with the expansive optimism of Born Free. It offers gripping entertainment charged with emotion and brimming with discoveries for adults and kids alike - all underscored by social and environmental themes.|
So This is Africa: The McKenzies arrive in Africa for a short stay to resolve the affairs of a dead Uncle (Eddie Albert) only to discover they have inherited a struggling game preserve and the Uncle's last wish was that they stay and run it.
What Price Progress: When the government begins construction on a new asphalt road through the middle of an ancient tribal burial ground, Jack is dragged into a conflict that pits ancient culture against the march of progress.
This DVD includes the first four episodes of Okavango: The Wild Frontier!
Editor's NoteThis provocative drama centers on a ranch in Africa. An American family has inherited the ranch, but they soon discover that it's hot property, and a devious adventurer attempts to take it from them. Their action-filled battle to keep the place results.
|Barrie Saint Clair - Producer|
|Joel Levine - Executive Producer|
|Mark Roper - Director|
|Michael B. Druxman, et. al. - Writer|