Wheels across South America. Part 1 [electronic resource] / produced by Armand Denis ; recorded by Wilding Picture Productions ; associate producer, Terrell O. Morse ; narration written by Charles de Grandcourt, directed by Carlo de Angelo.
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This historic DVD provides a guide to understanding the people and places of South America. Given that it is such a large subject to cover, this small effort takes you through South America on a whirlwind tour of its cultures. You must check yourself a wonderful collection of a wide range of films such as a film on La Paz Bolivia's capital and highest "big city" in the world. An attempt to show the similarities and differences between Americans and Brazilians emphasizes progressive educational steps of Uruguay, an educational travelogue about Brazil, Historical and modern views of the Lima and many more. This memorable collection of black & white as well as Color American films is made by legendary producers like Julien Bryan, Documentary Film Productions, U. S. Office of Inter-American Affairs and National Geographic Society.
Downloadable video file.
Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 23, 2010).
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Photographed by Leroy Phelps ; film editor, Charles Wolfe ; associate editor, Josef Zimanich ; native sound recording by Armand Denis.
Narration spoken by Armand Denis.
Also available as DVD.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: OverDrive Media Console (file size: 320394KB).
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