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Films By Robin Lehman

Colter's Hell (Robin Lehman, )
Colter's Hell could be in outer space but it is actually in Yellowstone National Park, USA. It was discovered by a man called Colter, who said he had discovered Hell. ... Golden Bear, Berlin Film Fes… Read more

Don't (Robin Lehman, 1974)
The complete biological life history of a Monarch Butterfly, and all the friends and enemies he meets along the way. ... Read more

Experimental (Robin Lehman, 1974)
The film deals with man's attempts to fly. It lakes a light-hearted look at some of the strange machines which have been invented to try to overcome the force of gravity. ... Read more

FOREVER YOUNG (Robin Lehman, 1980)
Ranging in age from 66 to 1 00. active older people discuss their views on life. death, sex love, on being active, and on age itself We learn what good things are in store for us as we grow older ... Read more

Hotspot (Robin Lehman, 1974)
Robin Lehman went down into the crater of the Nyiragongo volcano to capture the terrifying, yet spellbinding explosion of molten lava at its very source. ... Read more

Manimals (Robin Lehman, 1977)
Manimals takes you into the incredible world of exotic pets, full of love, comedy, ego and tragedy. ... Read more

Metropolitan Cats (Robin Lehman, 1983)
A journey into a unique world of art, depicting four thousand years of cats as they appear in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. ... Read more

Nightlife (Robin Lehman, 1976)
Science fiction shapes and sounds abound in the incredible underwater world beneath the cold seas of Ireland. ... Read more

Sea Creatures (Robin Lehman, 1974)
The life of some of the more unusual sea creatures in the Red Sea. ... Read more

See (Robin Lehman, 1975)
The stunning world of fish in the depth of the sea. ... Golden Bear, Berlin. Best Short, Virgin Islands ... Read more

The End of the Game (Robin Lehman, 1975)
Robin Lehman presents an intimate view of the panorama of African wildlife, and in a dramatic climax makes a poignant plea for conservation. ... Read more

The Little Players (Robin Lehman, 1981)
This film enables the audience to enter and experience the world of The Little Players, a five-member theatrical troupe created by Bill Murdock and Frank Peschka. it is a fascinating glimpse at the c… Read more

Undercurrents (Robin Lehman, 1973)
A glimpse into the fantastic world beneath the sea. ... Silver Medal, Moscow, 1973. Gold Medal, Atlanta, 1973. ... Read more

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