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Benny and the Dreamers

Nicholas Lee, Editor
Format
Video; VHS
Published
Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities, ©1993.
Language
English
Series Statement
Australia's aborigines remember, dreamtime
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    a| 1 videocassette (48 min.) : b| sound, color with black and white sequences ; c| 1/2 in.
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    a| Interviews are conducted in aboriginal languages but are translated or contain subtitles in English.
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    a| Title on cassette label: Dreamtime, Benny and the dreamers.
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    a| "Produced with the assistance of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation."
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    a| Michael Liddle.
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    a| Camera, Zbigniew Friedrich, John Whitteron; editor, Nicolas Lee.
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    a| Additional copyright date on title frames: 1992.
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    a| An elderly traditional Aboriginal and his family members recall the impact of their tribe's first contant with white people in the 1930s. This program traces the reactions of a people whose culture had survived for 40,000 years only to be changed by early white settlers.
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