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Walter Futter's Curiousities #1
Description: Unusual vignettes from around the world.
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Clip #: TFA-228C
Length: 14:43
Year: 1930
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Filmmaker: Walter Futter
Region: Asia
Country: Japan
Subject: Native Life
Original: 16mm
1930s, Japan, Shizuoka, annual soul cleansing pilgrimage, Fujiama, Mount Fuji, religious pilgrims climbing Mount Fuji, newlyweds in traditional Japanese clothing bowing to priest, pilgrims using staffs to help them climb mountain, man branding staff at mountain station, pilgrims walking under gate as they reach summit, Paris, France, machine cooking and flipping over pancakes, man pouring batter into pot, Mobile, Alabama, "naked" chicken, featherless chicken, featherless chicken and regular chicken eating, Springfield, Massachusetts, Trinity Church tower, woman playing carillon, bells, Hanover, Germany, mother cat with brood of kittens and skunk babies, skunks following cat, baby skunks and kittens climbing out of kennel, eating and playing together, boy petting skunk baby, Haiti, Port Au Prince, voodooism, countryside, rural, Haitians, street scenes, pedestrians, policemen, Haitian men playing drums, Haitian adults and children performing voodoo dance, dancing, child sacrifice (not shown), boy playing drum as girl stands nearby

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