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Lascaux, Cradle of Man's Art

USA, 1949 (MIFF 1958, Outline and Substance)

Director: William Chapman

Made by an American journalist, showing the famous prehistoric cave paintings of Lascaux in the Dordogne region of France, this film is a fascinating record of one of the most remarkable examples of prehistoric art in the world.

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