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It's 1896. Yankel Bogovnik, a Russian Jew, emigrated to the United States three years earlier and has settled where many of his background have, namely on Hester Street on the Lower East ... See full summary »
This film was produced by a great woman, Catt Wilbur, unfortunately she is not mentioned on this site but since she passed away of lung cancer last may i feel it is my duty as her niece to give her credit where credit is due, it is also not stated that this film won best short subject documentary in 1976 (or 1975) i hope you can all appreciate the hard work and break through images that this film holds, its the first of its kind to show animals in a raw state of living as savages not many people know that before this there were only pictures and no one really cared about what was going on with the unrestricted hunting, she is a hero to me and my family and I'm just glad that others will know it too.
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