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    Village life in Sudan.

    Aerial shots of the Nile are followed by scenes of a negro tribe and of a native village. The remainder of the film gives glimpses of some of the negro villagers' activities - cattle rearing, fish spearing, in ...

     
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    RIVER NILE 1925

    PATHÉ REVIEWUSA

    TRAVELOGUE. The Blue Nile; monuments of Wadi Halfa.

    The Blue Nile (9-14); the ancient monuments south of Wadi Halfa (22-29); further shots of the tombs and temples (34-62); natives and donkeys and children seated on the ground ...

     
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    AMATEUR FILM of a Safari in East Africa made by Glen Kidston. The film shows scenes from the Suez Canal, Port Sudan, Aden, Fort Jesus, Mombassa and Nairobi. There are also images of Sudanese natives and views of the P&O SS Mooltan. The ...

     
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    TRAVELOGUE. Scenes in Sudan.

    Main title. The new Nile bridge at Kosti with a steamer passing (13-38); ferry scenes at Omdurman - natives and camels embark and the ferry moves off (43-102); "The consecration of new cathedral - ...

     
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    Amateur film shot by Lieutenant David Heber-Percy while serving on HMS Colombo (1933-1935) of shore scenes in the Ceylon (?), Muscat, East Africa, India and Burma, the Seychelles and while serving on HMS Ilex (1937-1939) ...

     
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    INTEREST. The Lango of Imatong. PAN the rest-house of Lomaling (6-18). Men carrying a carcase on a pole (23). Part of a mimic war dance (53). Shaping spear shafts by whittling down poles, heating them and passing them through a hole in ...

     
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    STAMPEDE 1930 has video enhanced entry

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    Fictional story filmed in the Sudan. The film tells the story of Boru, adopted into the 'Habbania' tribe after his mother is killed by a lion, who grows up with the Sheikh's son, Nikitu.

    A local woman leaves her baby while collecting ...

     
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    An account of an expedition to the Sudan undertaken by Major Court Treatt, his wife Stella and his brother-in law Errol Hinds.

    The film opens with women dancing in a London club. A man walks across the floor and approaches Major ...

     
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    Amateur footage of young Alan Maffey (future Lord Rugby) in the Sudan; includes opening of the Dinder River Railway in 1929.

     
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    Amateur footage of varied scenes of the Sudan and Egypt, mostlytaken by Lady Maffey

     
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    Amateur footage of scenes from the life of the Governor Generalof Sudan and his son

     
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    THIS MODERN AGEGreat Britain

    The Sudan dispute; facts of the Egypt-Sudan controversy. This Modern Age series no.8.