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Samstag, 5. Juni 2010
Celluloid Indians (05) - Navajo Canyon Country (1954)
Culture and life of Dine' people in the 1950s. Producer:Daggett (Avalon) Productions Audio/Visual:Sd, C
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Reviewer:Spuzz - - November 21, 2003 Subject: Meanwhile, in Indian country..
Very nicely produced doc of the Navajo indians that reside in Arizona and New Mexico. At first, I was wary about the film's content, thinking it would be a totak whitewash of indian customs and at worst, calling them 'savages' but the film doesnt reside to that territory, offering us a great glimpse into Native history and customs of the day. It shows us their housing, food, and industry against the harsh land they were forced to flee to. All in all, very surprising and recommended.