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Feathered Bullets (1951)

Approved | | Short, Sport | 14 December 1951 (USA)
Seventeen hours after boarding an airplane in the United States, international sportsman (bird-hunter)Alfred D. Glassell, Jr., steps off the plane in Santiago, Chile, where he has gone to ... See full summary »

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Harry Wismer ...
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Seventeen hours after boarding an airplane in the United States, international sportsman (bird-hunter)Alfred D. Glassell, Jr., steps off the plane in Santiago, Chile, where he has gone to shoot some fast-flying birds. (None of which are faster than a bullet.) He first goes after some doves in the cattle country and then after a partridge known as the 'whistling perdiz.' These birds are so fast, as they are also known as 'feathered bullets," that a slow-motion camera is needed to catch them in flight. They still weren't too fast for the sportsman's un-feathered ammunition. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Short | Sport

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14 December 1951 (USA)  »

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Sportscopes (1951-1952 season) #4: Feathered Bullets  »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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1.37 : 1
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