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Kapingamarangi

USA (MIFF 1953, Pacific Islands)

Director: Kenneth Emory, Carroll J. Lathrop

Filmed on Kapingamarangi atoll, Caroline Islands, during an expedition made by the B. P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Shows native life, arts, and customs.

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