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Africa, Land of Contrast
Description: Explores prominent locations and native culture of Algeria and South Africa.
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Clip #: TFA-317E
Length: 8:37
Year: 1934
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Filmmaker: James A. Fitzpatrick
Region: Africa
Subject: Native Life
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1930s, Africa, map of Africa, El- Kantara, Algeria, Sahara Desert, Arabs, Berbers, street scenes, donkeys being ridden and used as pack animals, Berber men wearing traditional dress and turbans, men playing dominos, heavily veiled women, elderly Arab man sewing in doorway, Biskra, Garden of Allah, man galloping on horseback, pedestrians, pack donkeys, man walking on path lined with palm trees, Sahara Desert, pack camels, nomads, child holding younger child on his back, adult camel snapping at baby camel, camel caravan, South Africa, Cape of Good Hope, confluence of Atlantic and Indian Oceans, Cape Town, Rhodes Memorial, city street scenes, double decker trams, Metro Theatre, Durban, Zulu “Rickshaw boys” wearing traditional dress and transporting visitors around city, Jinrikisha, Rickshaw boy dressed in suit and carrying suitcase walking down dirt road and purchasing wife who he hands his belongings to carry, Kraal enclosures, The Valley of a 1000 Hills, native chiefs demonstrating fighting skills, native women, Zambezi River, Victoria Falls


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