Visit to Cameroon. (1937)

Film-document №66319 1 part, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Director: Paulj Liberenc /Paul Lieberenz/

Reel №1


A trip on a special merchant ship "Pioneer" from Hamburg to Cameroon.

Arrive at harbor African Tiko.

the port and village view.

Beautiful sailboat on the water, the sailors on the deck of sail dismantled.

On the deck of the ship, passengers play croquet.

Captain looks through binoculars at the beach.

By steamer boat swims with the natives, fishermen, they offer fish, lift it on board on a rope in a basket.

Pier to the railway track.

Negros ship bananas, is a train.

On the pier negros stand, sit.

The movement of the river, a native village.

Women carrying the fish in the basket, the Negro with compartment on the head, are raised fish on a stick.


In the native market, there is a trade.

Sales of gasoline in cans, a woman tries on his tongue.

Types of blacks, men and women, children.

Women trade bananas, cigarettes.

Go natives with umbrellas.

A trip inland.

Palm trees on the road, there is a truck with a driver, a black man.

Rides on the village street, a man blowing a horn.

Arrive in Pretoria.

Lush vegetation.

On grass is a duck with ducklings, geese.

These catches monkey.

Palm trees at dusk, the rain.

German ship, the passengers on deck.

Key words

Cameroon, Africa, natives, fishermen, fish, transport, water, sailing, women, market, trade, plants, birds, animals, people, ethnic, children, natural phenomena