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People Along The Mississippi

USA, 1952 (MIFF 1954, The American Scene)

Director: Gordon Weisenborn

The adventures of a toy boat, released at the source of the Mississippi River are used to show the work of the people living along the course of the river and the heritages that these people have brought to American from their former homelands.

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