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  • n  a female lion

  • Born Free is a posthumous triumph for Elsa the lioness, one of the queen beasts of her time and now the subject of a lively movie biography that should leave audiences purring with.
  • Balloonists are French, bomb throwers Bulgars, weeping drinkers Polish or Russian, and anyone who keeps a lioness as a pet is certain to be British.
  • Suddenly the lioness leaped, snapped her leash, bowled Vivian over, hugged and clawed her.
News & Articles


  • Bono in Inside Bay Area
    What a woman...... My goodness,Bono said of Lee. "I walk in the path that she and others, like your esteemed mayor, cut out...... She is a lioness."
  • Brooke Shields in Hamilton Spectator
    Brooke said: "My worst animal encounter was on a movie in South Africa, Running Wild, where I played a woman who raised baby leopards. At one point, I turned my back on a lioness and she tackled me to the ground. Actually, she was totally tame but...
  • Nicole Kidman in
    When it comes to my kids, I'm just like a lioness,Kidman said. "I'm like, 'No one gets near my babies. That's why we chose not to sell photos of her. We just want to have our little cocoon."

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