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Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion

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Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion
Clarence movie poster.jpg
Directed byAndrew Marton
Written byArt Arthur, Alan Caillou and Marshall Thompson
Produced byIvan Tors
Leonard B. Kaufman
Harry Redmond Jr.
StarringMarshall Thompson
Betsy Drake
Richard Haydn
Cheryl Miller
Alan Caillou
CinematographyLamar Boren
Music byAl Mack
Distributed byMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date
  • August 4, 1965 (1965-08-04)
Running time
98 minutes
CountryUnited States

Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion is a 1965 light comedy-adventure film, produced by Ivan Tors, Leonard B. Kaufman, and Harry Redmond Jr., directed by Andrew Marton, and starring Marshall Thompson and Betsy Drake.[1] The film was shot at Soledad Canyon near Los Angeles, California, and in Miami, Florida. It became the basis for the television series Daktari.


Paula Tracey (Cheryl Miller), an adventurous and fearless girl, is the daughter of veterinarian Dr. Marsh Tracey (Marshall Thompson). Dr. Tracey is the director of East Africa's animal hospital and nature preserve. He fights to protect all African wildlife, while studying and caring for injured animals and endangered species. Paula and her father find Clarence, a wild African lion whose crossed-eyes make hunting in the wild impossible, and they adopt him as a new member of their wildlife preserve. Clarence later saves the day when Julie Harper (Betsy Drake) and her research monkeys are threatened by animal poachers.



  • Clarence
  • Doris, a chimpanzee
  • Mary Lou, a python


The film was followed by the CBS TV series Daktari (1966–1969), with Marshall Thompson and Cheryl Miller reprising their film roles.[2]


  1. ^ Thompson, Howard (August 5, 1965). "Clarence the Cross-Eyed Lion' Arrives". New York Times.
  2. ^ "Marshall Thompson; TV Star of 'Daktari'". Los Angeles Times. May 23, 1992.

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