A film crowded with local color and a variety of scenes covering many phases of island life in the South Seas. Recommended for geography, grades 4 through 12, although the commentary is ... See full summary »

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A film crowded with local color and a variety of scenes covering many phases of island life in the South Seas. Recommended for geography, grades 4 through 12, although the commentary is somewhat facetious and the continuity choppy. Should be useful also for social studies classes in the senior high school grades and in colleges. Written by Advisory committee, EDUCATIONAL FILM CATALOG (1943)

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21 July 1934 (USA)  »

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E.M. Newman's Musical World Journeys #13: A Visit to the South Seas  »

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Kalakaua
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Music by Johnny Noble
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