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Shanghai
Description: A tour of Shanghai, China in the 1940s

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Clip #: TFA-30D
Length: 10:33
Year: 1947
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Filmmaker: Eugene Castle
Region: Far East
Country: China
City: Shanghai
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
chinese junk ship, boat, Soochow Creek, man pulling up sail, men rowing, tracking shot along river, men poling boat, coolies unloading cargo bales, cotton, gasoline, barrels, unloading on busy dock, traffic, trucks, trolly, crowds, crowded street, rickshaws, wooden shoe makers, public letter writer, scribe, man writing letter and putting in envelope, black market, bazaar, handbags, nylons, women shopping, pith helmet, gold articles, chinese dollars, money exchanges, bills, teller, traffic, men pulling boat up river, laborers, large tree on wheels, movie theatre showing Tarzan's Secret Treasure and Kismet, stage performance, restaurant, cafe, social dancers, fox trot, people waiting in line at railroad station, woman eating bowl of rice, beggars, men sleeping on sidewalk, poor people traveling by wagon and on foot, carrying stretcher, overhead shoots of Shanghai.


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