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Description: A tour of Mexico in the 1940s

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Clip #: TFA-25F
Length: 9:25
Year: 1941
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Filmmaker: Eugene Castle
Region: North America
Country: Mexico
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
Man riding burro, pack mules running, sheep grazing, man holidng lamb, town street, women washing clothes in town square, laundry, street barber, ox-drawn carts, wood carver, pottery making, potter, pot, painting pots, pots for sale, rope making, outdoor market, parade, fiesta, sombreros, lovely senoritas, big hats, boy on horse, rodeo, roping stunts, bull towing, church, wayside shrine, peasants, Lake Patzcuaro, fishing, biplanes flying over aztec pyramid, pyramid carvings, Church of the Virgin, Mexico City, biplanes flying over Popocatepetl volcano, Cathedral, Presidents Palace, Monteczuma monument, Charles IV statue, Palace of Arts, Winged Serpent of the Aztecs, bullfight, Plaza de Toros, Xochimilco Floating Gardens, man poling tourist boat, women in canoe, man riding donkey,


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