|Directed by:||Edmond Séchan|
|Produced by:||Jean-Paul Guibert|
|Written by:||Edmond Séchan|
|Music by:||Claude Arrieu|
|Distributed by:||Walt Disney Productions|
|Release Date(s):|| August 28, 1957 (USA)|
October 12, 1959 (Denmark)
June 30, 1961 (Finland)
Niok is a 1957 Disney live-action nature film.
In the Cambodia area of Indo-China (when it was filmed)a young native boy 'adopts' a baby elephant and raises it as a pet. His father later sells it to a Chinese merchant. The boy recaptures the pachyderm, however, and frees it back into the jungle.