Trick Shot Archer Seen In New Film

The newly released 20th Century Fox Film, "Down With Love" resurrects a scene from the popular old TV variety series, "The Ed Sullivan Show," showing trick shot archer, Bob Markworth performing with his partner and wife at the time, Mayana, during the early stages of his career in the late 60's.


This romantic comedy stars Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregeor and was recently released on May 16th of this year in most of the cinemas across the country. Markworth, who still performs his act on stage, has recently produced the video, "The Arrow Master," an in-depth video documentary about the sport of archery, tracing its primitive origin and development right up to the multifaceted sport that it is today.


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