Filmed (mostly edited from stock footage) in late 1945 but released in January of 1946, this short tells the story of archery down through the ages, or as much as can be told in 10 minutes and beginning with Robin Hood. Hello, WB archive footage. Noted archer Howard Hill does some exhibition shooting including a duplication of William Tell's apple-splitting. Written by
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Did You Know?
Stuntman Buster Wiles described in his autobiography how Howard Hill
shot an apple off Wiles's head from sixty yards, then topped that by shooting a prune off his head. See more
Frühlingslied [Spring Song] Op.62 #6
Written by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Played as background music See more