By Richard O'Barry, Keith Coulbourn

In the back of the Dolphin Smile chronicles Richard O’Barry’s outstanding trip from dolphin coach to world-renowned suggest for dolphin freedom. In his early years, O’Barry educated dolphins to entertain audiences for exhibits at aquatic subject matter parks and for roles in videos and tv indicates, such a lot significantly Flipper. His occupation as a coach got here to an abrupt halt while one of many dolphins that performed Flipper on tv died of tension in his fingers. At that second, he learned that maintaining dolphins in captivity and educating them to do tips was once merciless and morally fallacious. He started to remember the fact that dolphins have been effortless to coach now not as a result of his presents as a coach, yet simply because they're remarkably clever, and he vowed to not leisure till he freed each final one in every of them.

O’Barry’s first arrest within the Nineteen Seventies for attempting to unfastened a caged dolphin within the Bahamas finally resulted in his starring position within the 2010 Academy Award®–winning documentary The Cove, which uncovered to the realm Japan’s terrible annual dolphin slaughter. incorporated during this re-creation is a preface on O’Barry’s position during this riveting documentary, which has garnered extra awards than the other in its style, in addition to details on his campaigns to forestall the slaughter of dolphins.

Share and celebrate in O’Barry’s adventures, from Flipper to The Cove, and detect how the one-time delight of the billion-dollar captivity grew to become the tireless dolphin suggest we all know and love this day.

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