Reviewed By Steve , 17 February 2011
This is a DVD from a bygone age, a time when for the great majority of people Wild places and Wild animals were rarely seen. There were few TV’s so this little film would have been made for a cinema audience with limited understanding of animals or the stuff that takes place in the mountains and hills.
Included is a bonus short "hunting the hard way" , I can only offer that Howard makes everything look easy and natural. For me he is without doubt the Grand Master of the barebow.
|Features & Design|
|This film was made in 1935, regardless of the presentation that nowadays may seem a little naive by todays sophisticated filming techniques, this has to be viewed as an archery classic. |
|It is a pure joy to watch Howard shooting in his fluid natural and totally instinctive style |
|Value for Money|
| Buy it and hang the expense ! |
|This is not a DVD you will watch once and then consign to the shelves, you will view this time and again so if you work out the cost per view it offer superb value.. mind you even if you only saw it the once it is still required viewing !!|
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Howard Hill The Last Wilderness 1935
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