Swimming in the South Seas. (1935)
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Ethnographic film about Australia and various Pacific islands.
Hawaii, with the ship overlooking the bay to the port.
Tower on the beach with an inscription Aloma.
City of Honolulu.
Girls put passengers on the neck a necklace of flowers.
The sandy beaches along the coast, tourists in beach chairs under tents.
House surrounded by palm trees.
The boat approaches the island of Tahiti.
The main town Papaete.
Tahitian woman walking on the street with the children.
At the fence is a girl with a bicycle.
Man-European Tahitian woman learns to play golf, shows how to swing a club, the woman laughs.
Coast, waves lapping on the shore.
Aboriginal village on the island of Tonga-Rameau.
There is a couple of tourists, a girl under the umbrella.
Dance of the natives that simulates sailing boat in the hands of their oars.
Zoo in Sydney.
The monkeys climb on a metal structure with rings on a stone platform.
Tourists watch the monkey that jumps with a pole in a bath filled with water and splashing in it.
Kangaroo with a cub in a bag.
The young man pulls out a cub, takes him in her arms.
Platypus creeps on the earth.
Tourists suit jumps on goats in the sled.
Australian Aboriginal family around the campfire.
A woman with a baby at the breast.
The natives treated bone in the shape of a boomerang.
The native throws a boomerang catches him.
Small Australian koala bear on a tree
Key wordsUSA, Pacific Ocean, Hawaii, Tahiti, beach, recreation, transportation, water, Australia, the island, the village, the natives, zoo, wild animals