This charming short film is surprisingly technically advanced for its time, using a mechanical spider to demonstrate how the creatures spin the threads to create their webs. Suddenly the spider lifts up all of its legs, allowing itself to be dragged through the air, an effect that is both amusing and disarming, before gracefully descending through a series of mid-air acrobatics. Percy Smith believed he could cure people of their arachnophobia with his short films showing enlarged replicas of spiders, and certainly most viewers would be more delighted than scared by the mechanical star of this short. The final image of a real spider scrabbling around its web might be less endearing, however.
A must-have Wing Tsun (Wing Chun) Video. This is the video you can see the AUTHENTIC WING TSUN KUNG FU demonstration of the Siu-Nim-Tau form and the most advanced 116 wooden dummy techniques by the late Great Grandmaster Yip Man. Grandmaster Leung Ting demonstrates the Chum-Kiu form, Biu-Tze form and the Six & A Half Point Long Pole techniques as well as the Double-Knives techniques. You can also see the demonstrations of "CHI-SAU" techniques, fighting, footwork, etc. both in normal and slow motion in this video.