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Australia's Aborgines; Australia's Aborigines

Dennis Kane , Executive Producer; Thomas Skinner , Executive Producer
Format
Video; VHS
Edition
Collector's ed
Published
Stamford, CT : Vestron Video, c1988.
ISBN
0805107886, 9780805107883
Series Statement
National Geographic Video Series
National Geographic video
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    a| Stamford, CT : b| Vestron Video, c| c1988.
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    a| 1 videocassette (VHS) (60 min.) : b| sd., col. ; c| 1/2 in.
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    a| A National Geographic special. Produced by the National Geographic Society and WQED/Pittsburgh. Made possible by a grant from CHEVRON.
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    a| Executive producers, Dennis B. Kane, Thomas Skinner ; Produced and photographed by Stanley Breeden, Belinda Wright ; Written by Stanley Breeden ; Edited by Berry Nye ; Music by Terry Oldfield.
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    a| Narrated by Richard Kiley.
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    a| In a spectacularly beautiful and remote corner of northern Australia, a handful of people are living in the twilight of their culture. After 40,000 years, the Gagudju Aborigines are transferring the knowledge of their mysterious culture to what may be their last generation. Travel to their distant land to meet the tribal elders, explore the ancient myths of the Dreamtime, and see the xtraordinary wildlife that inspires their sacred rock paintings. Join National Geographic for a moving and memorable portrait of Australia's Aborigines.
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