The story of hundred-year-old Herman Smith Johannsen--nicknamed Jack Rabbit by Indians--the man who introduced the sport of cross-country skiing to this country. In the film we see him at the Canadian Ski Marathon north of Montréal, where he is the honoured guest, and on a return trip to his native Norway. From present to past, his life is retraced with pictures from sports newsreels, Norwegian archives, and his family album.
1975, 28 min 40 s
International Ski Film Festival
September 20 to 24 1976, New York - USA
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