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Old 01-15-2008, 11:45 AM   #1
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I'm looking for the video Monarchs of Alberta. It was one of the first videos on deer hunting produced back in the early 1980's I believe by Russell Thornberry. I loaned it to a friend, who loaned it to a friends, etc., etc., etc., and never got it back. Anyone here know where I can get a copy of it? I've done an internet search and come up empty.

I thought maybe some of you Canadian Hunters might be able to help me out here.....
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Old 01-15-2008, 08:15 PM   #2
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Try ebay or kijiji.ca
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Old 01-16-2008, 07:04 AM   #3
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I have it somewhere and there is a guy I know that has it but i will have to find his phone # for you
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Old 01-28-2008, 10:30 PM   #4
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I have an old VHS copy of a copy I just watched a week back. Danmn they had some huge antlers!
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Old 01-28-2008, 11:13 PM   #5
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If one of you guys would make a copy of the VHS video you have and send it to me I'd pay you for your time and effort...I can't find mine anywhere (and I can't find one anywhere else). I even called Russell Thornberry and left a message for him, but he hasn't called me back yet.
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you might want to try CABELA'S, AS THEY USED TO HAVE THEM IN THEIR CATALOG.
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Had a copy, doubt I can find it right away. Think it might be in storage from my last move.
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I had that video aswell, got it from the old man.. if I remember correctly it is a Stoney Wolf production and I belive they still manufactuer it. Check them out on google.
What a video!
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If you are still looking for monarchs of albertaTRY http://www.scihouston.org/index.php?Itemid=121&id=51&option=content& amp;task=view I just can't figure out how to order.

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With the WORLD FAMOUS CANADIAN HUNTING SERIES VHS COLLECTION[/b] you"ll travel all over Canada. This 6-VHS set from MacMillan River Outfitters, Ltd., will have you hunting whitetail with Dave Coleman and Russell Thornberry in "Monarchs of Alberta." Tackle 60° below zero weather with Bob Keeler tracking polar bear in "Manhunter." "Giants of the Yukon" features a spectacular hunting adventure for the world"s largest antlered animal with Bob Keeler once again hunting with both bow and rifle. Trophy stone sheep hunting is the theme in "Yukon Stone." Join Pope & Young director Stan Godfrey as he faces a moose with bow and arrow at ten yards in "Moose." Finally, take part in the bowhunting adventure of a lifetime in some of Canada"s remotest wilderness with "Bowhunting Monarchs of the North" as you hunters stalk stone sheep, moose, grizzly and black bear.



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Old 05-03-2008, 11:52 AM   #10
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I have seem copies offered on Ebay from time to time, so check there periodically.

I love that video. It came out when most of the domestic US videos had run of the mill bucks. This video had some true monsters on it. Plus it was fun to watch. I remember the story of the young guy who had to shoot his deer about 5 times and the deer charged him "taking" his gun from him when it got caught in its antlers.

Great flick! Good luck in your search for a copy!
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