JOHANNESBURG (AFP) - South African literary classic Jock of the Bushveld has been turned into the countrys first 3D animation film and features the voices of global celebrities like Bryan Adams and Desmond Tutu. The film, which opens Friday in southern Africa, is based on the 1907 bestseller by Percy Fitzpatrick who details his true-life bush adventures during the 1880s gold rush with his pup Jock, who became a national icon. Everyone loves dogs, its an inspiring story, said director Duncan MacNeillie. The book traces Jocks transformation from a sickly Staffordshire Bull Terrier pup to a brave companion in the wildlife-rich Eastern Transvaal, now called Mpumalanga.