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Haunts of the Black Masseur (2004)

TV Movie  |   |  Documentary  |  2004 (Canada)
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A history of swimming as a heroic pastime, as recreation and liberation, as meditation and political statement, from classical antiquity to the Hollywood of Johnny Weissmuller and Esther Williams.

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A history of swimming as a heroic pastime, as recreation and liberation, as meditation and political statement, from classical antiquity to the Hollywood of Johnny Weissmuller and Esther Williams.

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