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Mister Kingstreet's War (1971) At the end of shooting, Tippi Hedren discovered that the big cats used in the production had no place to go and would likely languish in small cages. This prompted her to obtain a parcel of land on her own to establish a home with a natural setting for retired big cats. It is called Shambala and exists to this day (1999).
A Name for Evil (1973) Filmed in 1970 as a psychological thriller that parodied then-modern society, production swelled over budget and MGM ultimately shelved the movie. Three years later, Penthouse magazine's movie division acquired the rights to re-cut the film and market it as a horror movie.
Unbelievable Adventures of Italians in Russia (1974) A lion named King who starred in the movie was shot during filming by a policeman who thought that the lion attacked a teenager. In reality, a teenager was bothering lion who in turn went and knocked a teenager off his feet, as he was taught to do for the movie.
Night Watch (1973) Linda Hayden has said in interviews that production was delayed because of health problems of major cast members.
Nightmare Honeymoon (1974) Director Nicolas Roeg dropped out after the first five days of shooting and was replaced by Elliott Silverstein.