Olympic Elk was the fourth entry in Disney's "True Life Adventures" series -- and like the first three, it was written and narrated by Winston Hibler and directed by James Algar. Most of the footage was purchased from the husband-wife naturalist team of Herb and Lois Crisler, who spent two years in the field gathering their material. The "story" concerns a young elk, born in the wilderness of Olympia National Park in the Pacific Northwest. The film covers the life of the elk from birth to the fall mating season. A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Olympic Elk was presented September 21, 1955, on the Disneyland TV anthology.
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