This travelogue covers the highlights of an expedition into the Belgian Congo---yes, Virginia, there used to be a Belgian Congo--- with scientists Dr. Louis Neuman and Dr. Jacques Maus, ... See full summary »

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(co-director) (as Dr. Jacques Maus), (co-director) (as Dr. Louis Neuman)

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(narrative) (as Dr. Louis Neuman), (narrative written by) (as Dr. Jacques Maus)
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Louis Neuman ...
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Jacques Maus ...
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Daniel Davenport ...
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This travelogue covers the highlights of an expedition into the Belgian Congo---yes, Virginia, there used to be a Belgian Congo--- with scientists Dr. Louis Neuman and Dr. Jacques Maus, representing Belgium and Dr, Daniel Daveport representing both the United States and Canada., natives of the Ubangi tribe representing the Ubangi tribe and doing all the hard work. Shortly before the expedition was finished, Dr. Louis Neuman was killed by a charging rhinoceros and the incident was captured on camera. The death itself was not used in the footage for the film but the charge of the rhinoceros and Neuman's mangled body was used. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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22 May 1931 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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