In 1958, Coca-Cola released a film entitled "Africa's Big Game". According to the orginial description of the film in our Archives, "It tells the story of South Africa's growth and then leads you practically into a lion's mouth at Kruger National Park", the famous South African game reserve. The seventeen-minute film was described as "one of the most exciting, action-packed motion pictures available. While there are many dramatic scenes featuring the animals, I also love this clip which shows Coca-Cola being enjoyed at the park entrance as well. Coca-Cola produced the film in cooperation with The National Parks Board of Trustees and The National Parks Game and Fish Preservation Board of South Africa. The film was a winner of the Monte Carlo Bronze Medal. It was also "presented by your friendly Coca-Cola Bottler", of course!
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