What was the World War 2 movie about a zoo evacuation and an elephant going over the Alps?
Hannibal Brooks ? I think Oliver Reid was the lead character. Additional Info: The title is "Hannibal Brooks" (The SuperSolider in the Super Adventure). Starring: Oliver Reed, Michael J. Pollard, and Wolfgang Preiss. The movie was released in July of 1969, and the director was Micheal Winner.
What is the significance of the large elephant in the Les Miserable movie..Don't remember seeing an elephant in stage play?
The Elephant of the Bastille was a monument in Paris between 1813 and1846. It had been conceived by Napolean and the statue was going to be created out of bonze and put in the Place de la Bastille. Only a plaster full-scale model was built. Evidently it was in Victor Hugo's novel Les Miserables. Therefore Hollywood used it in the current movie.
Toodles has: Played Elephant in "Lost in the Jungle" in 1911. Played Toodles the Elephant in "None But the Brave Deserve the Fair" in 1912. Played Romeo - the Elephant in "A Persistent Lover" in 1912. Played Bumps - the Elephant in "Bumps" in 1912. Performed in "Two Old Pals" in 1912. Played Toodles, the Elephant in "A Wise Old Elephant" in 1913.
Colonel Hathi, voiced by J. Pat O'Malley: an Indian Elephant and leader of the elephant troop who is very pompous. A running gag in the movie is that Hathi says "elephants never forget", yet he manages to forget many things, including his own son. In the movie, Hathi seems to be a war elephant used in the Maharajah's army, who escaped to the jungle or was released. He recalls his days as a war elephant…
The word elephant is a common noun, a general word for a type of large mammal; a word for any elephant of any kind. A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place or thing; for example: Joseph Merrick called the Elephant Man (also, the play and the movie of the same name) The Green Elephant Vegetarian Bistro in Portland, ME The Elephant Sanctuary in Hohenwald, TN Elephant Lane in London…