French Morocco 1951 Reel 7 of 10

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Film Id:F16-0057
Film Description:Reel 7 of 10
Unedited travelogue
Moulay Idriss


1951: Reel 7: French Morocco. July 3-4. Fez, Meknes and Moulay Idriss.

Pottery making, using wheel, [cu]
Kiln being fired.
Pottery drying.
Weighing charcoal.
Boy. [walking away from camera ]
Small store.
More pottery.
Clay being tempered.
Another kiln constructed from broken pottery.
Carrying load of straw.
Women threshing along road. [5 shots: mws and cu ]
Threshing with horses, [ws]
Village outside Fez.
Thatched roof building and rectangular enclosure, [on way to Meknes]
Unusual homes and huts.
Getting water from stream.
Thatched home.
Unusual homes, some cylindrical, [four different dwellings ]
Oasis, [few over-ex frames]
Row of palm trees. [2frames scratched]
People on way to town.
City wall, Meknes.
Modern home.
Meknes: different hut constructions.
Canal system and city park. [5 ws]
Animal, [cu: gazelle?]
Outside of town.
Waterwheel showing dam construction.
Shaft and bearing of wheel.
Water being discharged.
Another waterwheel.
Barren hills, [one frame over-exposed and perforated]
Moroccan people and hills. [2 cu, man and woman
Village and home of unusual construction.
Old Roman ruins, [probably Volubilis ]
Olive oil press.
Old stone mortar.
Olive press.
More ruins.
Four stones with holes in centers.
Brick arch.
Mosaic, [good detail]
Large blocks of carved stone.
Three Roman archways.
Inscribed stone.
Two millstones, [cu]
Mosaic and ruins.
Village on side of hill, [probably M. Idriss]
City, [street scene]
Outside of city, [landscape]
Rider and white horse.
Moslem building and decorations.
Camel market, [mounting camels]
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Morocco, Ruins, Mosques, Ceramics, Pottery, Fez, Meknes, Moulay Idriss
Tags: Ceramics | Fez | Meknes | Morocco | Mosques | Moulay Idriss | Pottery | Ruins
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.

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