Free Press And Drexel Theater present: The Elephant in the Living Room

The Free Press Fourth Tuesday Film Night and the Drexel Theater present:
“The Elephant in the Living Room”
TUESDAY NIGHT Oct. 26 – 7:30 p.m.
Admission for FREE PRESS members is $5 — All they have to do is mention FREE PRESS at the box-office!
Meet director Mike Webber and Wayne Pacelle, president of the Humane Society of the United States, who will participate in a Q&A about the issue of exotic animal laws in Ohio.
A film about the controversial world of exotic animal ownership within the suburbs of the United States. The film offers an unprecedented glimpse into the fascinating subculture of trading and raising the most deadly and exotic animals in the world as common household pets.
The film focus’ on Tim Harrison, an Ohio law enforcement officer who makes it his job to protect exotic animals in Ohio, and Terry Brumfield, of northern Ohio, who owns a male and female Lion and keeps them in his backyard. The film also features actress and animal rights activist Tippi Hedren.

To see audience reaction from the film, go to view a trailer and see all of the awards and reviews, visit the official movie website at