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A Day in the Wilds 1921
Description: One of The Journeys of Bill and Bob shorts. The brothers play exploring the wilds and sighting various animals, ending their day with some impromptu fishing.
Released: 12 Nov 1921 Director: Robert N. Bradbury Writers: N/A Actors: Bill Bradbury, Bob Steele Genres: Short, Western
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A Day in the Wilds Reviews:

Bob and Bill are out walking in the woods, not intent on slaughtering, especially after an encounter with a porcupine. However, a waterfall appears on their horizon and they realize there are trout in there they can slay and eat.This is the fifth ADVENTURE OF BOB AND BILL I've looked at over the past couple of hours, and the thought is creeping up on me that they are, by 21st-century standards, a pair of bloodthirsty sociopaths. They live in the woods alone, and Bob is willing to unravel his shirt to create a fishing line; he carries around pins, presumably to torment tiny insects; and he has a pair of pliers on him as he and his twin brother ramble about the woods because.... why would he do that? Where are their parents? Did they slay them?In reality, no. Their father is directing this movie. However, there is a fictional element to this series. Who are these kids?Oh well, Bert Longenecker's camerawork is fine.



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