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Mysteries of the Magic Vault
Description: An expedition through the Amazon jungle with Commander George Dyott

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Clip #: TFA-120A
Length: 9:26
Year: 1933
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Filmmaker: George M Dyott
Region: South America
Country: Ecuador
Subject: Explorers
Original: 16mm
1930s, Ecuador, South America, "magic vault" opening and Commander George Dyott walking inside, Commander Dyott looking at movie film canister and looking at film, Amazon forest expedition trekking through jungle with Commander Dyott and Napo Indians, camp in jungle, jungle clearing, hut, river, sunset, Commander Dyott and friend abandoned by Indians, Commander Dyott cooking breakfast on campfire, man swimming and wading in river, very long worm, man swinging from vines, toucan, tree frog, Commander Dyott hiking through jungle, worn shoes torn to shreds with holes, shoes made from monkey skin, monkey carcass and fowl roasting on campfire, man tapping milk tree and collecting liquid, Commander Dyott encountering Indian in forest and bringing him back to camp, Indian man talking, Indians paddling canoe, Indian village, Indian chief talking, Indians, Indian children, Commander Dyott giving trinkets to Indians, Commander Dyott and Indians building raft from bamboo poles and tree logs, Indian women killing and eating insects on their bodies, raft roof thatched with palm leaves, man paddling, raft pov traveling along river banks, "magic vault" closing

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