The White Lions

The White Lions is a 1981 American drama film directed by Mel Stuart and starring Michael York and Glynnis O'Connor.[1]

The White Lions
Japanese VHS cover
Directed byMel Stuart
Produced byPaul Freeman
Howard Lipstone
Written byCorey Blechman
Peter Dixon
StarringMichael York
Music byMalcolm Dodds
CinematographyRobert Jessop
Edited byArt Stafford
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
January 1, 1981
Running time
97 minutes
CountryUnited States


A college professor, his wife, and daughter go to the wilds of Africa to live, and study the rare white lions of the region.


  • Michael York as Chris McBride
  • Glynnis O'Connor as Jeannie McBride
  • Donald Moffat as Vreeland
  • J.A. Preston as Aniel
  • Roger E. Mosley as John Kani
  • Lauri Lynn Myers as Laura McBride
  • Tom Taylor as Mr. Gleason
  • Louis Heshimu White III as Intern
  • Larry Drake as Fiske
  • Norma Young as Prof. Thorndike
  • David Haney as Dr. Ford
  • Columbia Dowell as Mrs. Gleason
  • Charles Pace as Ranger
  • Hugh Gorrian as Dr. Uffner
  • Sally Norvell as Sarah (as Sarah Norvell)
  • William H. Burkett as Man
  • Keith Alcorn as College student (uncredited)


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