'Cowboy and the Elephant' Scott speaks with Bob Norris, former Marlboro Man, about Amy, the elephant he adopted and fell in love with. Mr. Norris is the subject of a book by Malcolm McPherson about the experience, called The Cowboy and his Elephant.
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'Cowboy and the Elephant'

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'Cowboy and the Elephant'

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Scott speaks with Bob Norris, former Marlboro Man, about Amy, the elephant he adopted and fell in love with. Mr. Norris is the subject of a book by Malcolm McPherson about the experience, called The Cowboy and his Elephant.