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Follow father and son explorers down the same treacherous African paths in a remarkable documentary that traces Theodore Roosevelt's 1909 expedition though vintage footage and photographs before moving forward in time to 1986 to follow the former president's great-grandson through the same wondrous land. Armed with his great-grandfather's rifle and with his young son by his side, the descendent of the twenty-sixth president traces the footsteps of elephants and crocodiles as he bonds with his young son and teaches him about the dangers of the hunt.
For the most part, I enjoy any video that pertains to hunting. It might appeal to someone else, but I truly felt like I had wasted my money when I watched this.Published on February 12, 2009 by Mike
This is by far the best video on hunting ever created. This film touches on the history, tradition, the complex feelings us hunters have about what we do. Read morePublished on January 26, 2009 by Gail