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Song of the Land (1953)

A documentary/nature film edited from over 975,000 feet of footage shot by naturalists Ed N. Harrison and Frances Roberts in North and South America over a span of several years. Narrated ... See full summary »

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A documentary/nature film edited from over 975,000 feet of footage shot by naturalists Ed N. Harrison and Frances Roberts in North and South America over a span of several years. Narrated by Marvin Miller, it ranges from volcanic eruptions to idyllic ranges of pasture, forest and mountain ranges; and species such as the bears of the northwest to terns, sea lions and pelicans of the southern lands. A high percentage of the footage deals with the nearly-extinct Condors and their mating, eating and rearing habits. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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27 November 1953 (USA)  »

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