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Rubbing Noses in New Zealand
Description: A film about social customs in New Zealand
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Clip #: TFA-31E
Length: 3:37
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Filmmaker: Myron Zobel
Region: South Pacific
Country: New Zealand
Original: 16mm
bubbling mud and hot springs, steam rises as hot water hits cold river, Maori men dancing in grass skirts, sticking out tongues and flapping arms, making faces, shimmie, Haka dance, rubbing noses.

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