: amazing video of cougar vs bear


tackleman
02-19-2010, 10:26 PM
I just got this link in an email, it is amazing how they filmed this

http://www.flixxy.com/bear-animal-nature-film.htm?r=0 (http://www.flixxy.com/bear-animal-nature-film.htm?r=0)

maxxum
02-19-2010, 11:31 PM
Good post ! Nice story.

smoker62
02-20-2010, 10:07 AM
I just got this link in an email, it is amazing how they filmed this

http://www.flixxy.com/bear-animal-nature-film.htm?r=0 (http://www.flixxy.com/bear-animal-nature-film.htm?r=0)


Wow, that was pretty cool . Thanks for sharing.

hollis Uled
02-20-2010, 10:16 AM
I saw the movie some years ago when it came out. I don't know how they got some of those shots but some certainly had to be set up. what was a bit of a spoiler for me is the obvious dubbing in of the small bears voice sounds,..a bit over the top. (they certainly didn't "mike" those animals.
Still some amazing shot no matter how they got them.

Koldfront Kraig
02-22-2010, 03:19 PM
Yes, lets give the animals human voices so we all feel bad.

I think it was from a movie about the bear cub. I cant remember the name though.

Juls
02-22-2010, 04:17 PM
I think it was from a movie about the bear cub. I cant remember the name though.

"The Bear".

karpbuster
02-22-2010, 04:34 PM
The life/death of animals can be pretty dramatic. Pretty neat stuff there. I really enjoy animal films, "Marley and Me" was one that hit a little too close to home for me. Growing up with Mutual of Omaha's "Wild Kingdom", was a family get together on Sunday's. My Mom would make a big dinner/lunch and we would pile in to watch, who was that guy Marlin Perkins? ... what an old fart to wrestle anacondas, etc.

:)

smoker62
02-22-2010, 05:39 PM
The life/death of animals can be pretty dramatic. Pretty neat stuff there. I really enjoy animal films, "Marley and Me" was one that hit a little too close to home for me. Growing up with Mutual of Omaha's "Wild Kingdom", was a family get together on Sunday's. My Mom would make a big dinner/lunch and we would pile in to watch, who was that guy Marlin Perkins? ... what an old fart to wrestle anacondas, etc.

:)

Thats funny Karp , I remember watching it every Sunday with my Dad and my sisters. It was a ritual, eat dinner , draw for dishes , you know , who washes, dries, puts away. Then get your spot on the floor for the show.

rebelrn2001
02-22-2010, 06:00 PM
As I recall, the cub befriends the male bear when the male is struggeling to survive after injury. The cub had lost his mother somehow..I believe she died somehow. The cub licks his wounds and stays with him until he recovers. They separate until this scene when the cub is being attached by the big bad couger. It was a good movie but I agree that the 'human' baby sounds made it a bit staged.

Koldfront Kraig
02-22-2010, 08:36 PM
"The Bear".


:bangin::banghead:

DUH!!!!

How can a guy not remember that???:cookoo:

Dave Q
02-23-2010, 08:11 AM
The life/death of animals can be pretty dramatic. Pretty neat stuff there. I really enjoy animal films, "Marley and Me" was one that hit a little too close to home for me. Growing up with Mutual of Omaha's "Wild Kingdom", was a family get together on Sunday's. My Mom would make a big dinner/lunch and we would pile in to watch, who was that guy Marlin Perkins? ... what an old fart to wrestle anacondas, etc.

:)
Good old Marlin Perkins and Walt disney I remember watching as a kid........but then a # of yrs ago it all came out, most of it was staged, with little respect for the animals. They put lemmings on a turn table and flung them off a cliff, set animals up to fight etc.:banghead:

blueicecpa
02-23-2010, 02:13 PM
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If you've never seen the amazing animal film The Bear, learn more about it and check out a breathtaking scene of a showdown between a cougar and a bear cub.
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As you might have guessed, we have a soft spot for animals here—in fact, there are more dogs than people in our home. So we’re always eager to check out any animal-related movies we can find, from the stunning footage of lions and snow leopards in the Planet Earth documentary series (http://gimundo.com/stuff/view/planet-earth-video-series/) to the stealthy sea creatures in the Shark Week series.
Last week, we stumbled across a new favorite: a 1989 release called The Bear (known as L’Ours in its original French release). The film, which was commended by the Humane Society for its treatment of its trained animal actors, tells the moving story of a young bear cub who loses his mother in a rockslide, and is forced to set off on his own. The cub eventually becomes friends with an older male bear who’d been shot by a hunter, and the pair help one another out of a variety of scrapes and catastrophes, including the cub’s terrifying run-in with a cougar.
Don’t think Bambi—you won’t find any talking animals here, and, while the movie is fine for kids of most ages (though there is a brief “adult” moment between the older bear and a female friend), we wouldn’t call it a children’s film. Through powerful and uplifting scenes featuring the two bears and a pair of hunters, the film deftly illustrates the true meaning of its opening quote: “The greatest thrill is not to kill but to let live.”

Check out this amazing clip from the film, featuring the cub and a hungry cougar (and please remember, no animals were harmed in the making of this movie!), and then watch the whole thing for yourself. The Bear is available on DVD from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00000IQBE?ie=UTF8&tag=hawkinmultim-20&link_code=as3&camp=211189&creative=373489&creativeASIN=B00000IQBE).

CanEye4
02-23-2010, 02:59 PM
Shows like this are cute but in real life the male would probably have killed the cub and devoured it. I watched a program last week on Wolves in Yellowstone and their competition with another pack. It showed nature in the raw with what really goes on. A coyote was torn limb for limb for feeding on one of their kills. As much as I enjoy the drama in the Bear it is doing us hunters and fishers a disservice and adding fuel to PETA and all of the others.





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As you might have guessed, we have a soft spot for animals here—in fact, there are more dogs than people in our home. So we’re always eager to check out any animal-related movies we can find, from the stunning footage of lions and snow leopards in the Planet Earth documentary series (http://gimundo.com/stuff/view/planet-earth-video-series/) to the stealthy sea creatures in the Shark Week series.
Last week, we stumbled across a new favorite: a 1989 release called The Bear (known as L’Ours in its original French release). The film, which was commended by the Humane Society for its treatment of its trained animal actors, tells the moving story of a young bear cub who loses his mother in a rockslide, and is forced to set off on his own. The cub eventually becomes friends with an older male bear who’d been shot by a hunter, and the pair help one another out of a variety of scrapes and catastrophes, including the cub’s terrifying run-in with a cougar.
Don’t think Bambi—you won’t find any talking animals here, and, while the movie is fine for kids of most ages (though there is a brief “adult” moment between the older bear and a female friend), we wouldn’t call it a children’s film. Through powerful and uplifting scenes featuring the two bears and a pair of hunters, the film deftly illustrates the true meaning of its opening quote: “The greatest thrill is not to kill but to let live.”

Check out this amazing clip from the film, featuring the cub and a hungry cougar (and please remember, no animals were harmed in the making of this movie!), and then watch the whole thing for yourself. The Bear is available on DVD from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00000IQBE?ie=UTF8&tag=hawkinmultim-20&link_code=as3&camp=211189&creative=373489&creativeASIN=B00000IQBE).

Fish_on
02-23-2010, 03:29 PM
What foolish fantasy. The sound effects were Waaaay over the top. No bear could even make those sounds.

walleyeguide
02-23-2010, 04:25 PM
I guess the mountain lion isn't supposed to eat

good luck with that

frank

overdalimit
02-24-2010, 02:16 PM
"While Jim wrestles with the yak, I sit in the safety and comfort of the tent."

Limiterr
02-24-2010, 04:13 PM
I saw the movie years ago. I watched it with the kids and they had questions about the game we harvest each year. Amazing work but pure fantasy.




I just got this link in an email, it is amazing how they filmed this

http://www.flixxy.com/bear-animal-nature-film.htm?r=0 (http://www.flixxy.com/bear-animal-nature-film.htm?r=0)

1423426374875
02-24-2010, 06:16 PM
The Bear is an anti-hunting movie that uses animal actors and studio recorded sounds. It's nothing like wild kingdom. It's nothing like reality. Google it.

smoker62
02-24-2010, 07:45 PM
Real not real , dubbed sounds, I dont care , it was still cool and great camera work. That was the original point , no??

karpbuster
02-24-2010, 07:58 PM
Thats funny Karp , I remember watching it every Sunday with my Dad and my sisters. It was a ritual, eat dinner , draw for dishes , you know , who washes, dries, puts away. Then get your spot on the floor for the show.
No kidding. I thought I was like a hundred years older than you ... but that show was on for a long time. Cool that you have the same memory.

smoker62
02-24-2010, 08:22 PM
Your 5 years +/- , long way from a hundred. Your still a middle ager. Im just a younger middle ager. I lost 28# in the last 5 weeks so maybe I will get to be an old geezer and see some grandkids along the way.

PackerBacker
02-24-2010, 10:15 PM
Your 5 years +/- , long way from a hundred. Your still a middle ager. Im just a younger middle ager. I lost 28# in the last 5 weeks so maybe I will get to be an old geezer and see some grandkids along the way.

Holy smokes! How did you do that? Are you going to come out with a video or somethin? I only lost 10 in the last 8 weeks.

karpbuster
02-24-2010, 11:41 PM
Your 5 years +/- , long way from a hundred. Your still a middle ager. Im just a younger middle ager. I lost 28# in the last 5 weeks so maybe I will get to be an old geezer and see some grandkids along the way.
Good for you buddy. I have lost 15# in a longer time, don't know exactly. I am now on a diet my wife (you know your sister) says is the Flat Belly diet. I am 53 ... middle age? For a 106 dude. LOL

You are a skinny, good guy. ;) 1962 right? I am a 1956 so 6 yrs, yeah your right. Heck ya middle age me and Smoker, get out of our way, we are from the middle ages. We will smite you. To the tune of Bad Co. Cheesehead smackdown.

PackerBacker
02-25-2010, 05:50 PM
Your 5 years +/- , long way from a hundred. Your still a middle ager. Im just a younger middle ager. I lost 28# in the last 5 weeks so maybe I will get to be an old geezer and see some grandkids along the way.

Come on Smokes. What is your secret? Exercise or diet? Exercise and diet?

smoker62
02-25-2010, 08:39 PM
Funny thing here. Not even dieting. Changed my eating habits. How bad must they have been? Started lifting again which I used to do a lot of. No cardio because when I started I had my first new doctor visit in years . Blood pressure was up , cholesterol was up. She said go easy until she gets some test results. Put me on Lisinopril for my blood pressure . I went back exactly one month later , down 15# , dropped 30 on my blood pressure. I will now start the cardio so hope the loss is even faster. I am shooting for 250# . I was 324 # January. Presently 295#. Keep in mind when I wrestled and played football , in good shape , I was 250 . So for me that is in shape. I benched 405 my senior year in high school , now I cant bench 200 unless there is a beer on the bet? Maybe for a Dos Equis Amber.:cheers:

karpbuster
02-25-2010, 09:42 PM
Funny thing here. Not even dieting. Changed my eating habits. How bad must they have been? Started lifting again which I used to do a lot of. No cardio because when I started I had my first new doctor visit in years . Blood pressure was up , cholesterol was up. She said go easy until she gets some test results. Put me on Lisinopril for my blood pressure . I went back exactly one month later , down 15# , dropped 30 on my blood pressure. I will now start the cardio so hope the loss is even faster. I am shooting for 250# . I was 324 # January. Presently 295#. Keep in mind when I wrestled and played football , in good shape , I was 250 . So for me that is in shape. I benched 405 my senior year in high school , now I cant bench 200 unless there is a beer on the bet? Maybe for a Dos Equis Amber.:cheers:
LOL! OK your on. I was 278, now at 263. It has been a slow process, same for me bad cholesterol, etc. Got to keep your health for those grandkids. :) I want to be 220 again, that was a long time ago. So I think 250 ain't too bad. I will buy you a Dos Equis Amber when you get there.

albertwigs
03-26-2010, 01:39 AM
I agree with each and every points which tells about the video process.I want to know more than this contain.I saw the movie some years ago when it came out. I don't know how they got some of those shots but some certainly had to be set up. what was a bit of a spoiler for me is the obvious dubbing in of the small bears voice sounds,..a bit over the top. (they certainly didn't "mike" those animals. Still some amazing shot no matter how they got them. Thanks in advance