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In The Beginning - The Grand Canyon Story

USA, 1954 (MIFF 1955, A Thousand Million Years)

Director: T. W. Cate

An attempt to tell the story of geologic time as it is written in the walls of the Grand Canyon, in Northern Arizona. There, the earth's crust is laid bare so that all who can read the rocks can know the story.

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