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French Morocco 1951 Reel 5 of 10


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Film Id:F16-0055
Film Description:Reel 5 of 10
Unedited travelogue
Tizi-n-tit
Marrakech

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1951: Reel 5: French Morocco. June 29-30. Tizi-n-tit and Marrakech.

Unloading hay from truck.
Stacking hay with primitive derrick. [ws]
Stork on haystack.
Drying hay.
Dry riverbed.
Valley and mountain.
Butchering, man using tripods to hold animal. [2 shots]
Village market along road.
Several stalls for merchants.
Market.
Another butchering area.
Kasbahs and kraals.
Women carrying grass, [ws; 4 women on road]
River valley.
Kasbah.
Village on hillside with olive trees in foreground.
Atlas mountains.
Flat-roofed homes, [perforation]
Circular stone wheel. [close enough for good detail.]
Women threshing.
Man carrying sheep on back.
Valley with terrace farming.
Flowers.
Hotel.
Rugged mountains with sparse vegetation. [fairly cu of 1 hill]
Path of side of mountain.
Three baby gazelles and adult.
Mountain.
Kasbah.
River with irrigation canal, [light spots]
Whitewashed stone guardrail.
Preparing evening meal. [two women]
Merchant stall.
Skin water-bag on truck.
Marrakech.
Old ruins.
Street.
Donkey dragging branches.
Dentist table, tools and molars.
Witchcraft paraphernalia.
Storyteller with listeners, [ws; large circle]
Storyteller reading, [cu]
Tapestry.
Market. [ws of whole market, then 6-8 cu faces]
Souk.
Filled water-skin on donkey. [shows animal shape]
Moisture on skin. [keeps water cool]
Drying yarn.
City gate.
Front of building, decorated.
Market stalls and street.
City wall.
Women with baskets on heads, [perforations, light spots]
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Morocco, Marrakech, Kasbah, Storytellers, Souk, Marketplaces, Threshing, Butchering
Tags: Butchering | Kasbah | Marketplaces | Marrakech | Morocco | Souk | Storytellers | Threshing
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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