Tuktu and the magic bow

Canada, 1968

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Episode of Series “The Stories of Tuktu”.
The Inuit in far-off times used the bow and arrow for hunting. We see a bow being made and how the Inuit practise their shooting skill by aiming arrows at snow men and snow bears. Tuktu’s father proves himself the best at this test of hunting skill.

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producer

David Bairstow

director

Laurence Hyde

production company

National Film Board of Canada

Duration

00:15:00:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1968

Appears in

The Stories of Tuktu

Group of items

The Stories of Tuktu

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