Archery expert Howard Hill, whose prowess with bow and arrow had been amply demonstrated in such Hollywood productions as The Adventures of Robin Hood, was the guiding force behind the feature-length documentary Tembo. Filmed on location in Africa, the film details Hill's search for an elusive tribe known only as the Leopard Men. Upon locating the tribe, Hill wins their confidence by killing Tembo, a much-dreaded giant elephant. He also indulges in several lesser perils, and even finds time to dally with the female members of the Rangubba tribe. Well-photographed in Ansco Color, Tembo was narrated by Westbrook van Voorhis (of March of Time fame) and distributed in the U.S. by RKO Radio.
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