Old south. (1940)

Film-document №67016 1 part, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Director: Fred Cinnemann/Fred Zinnemann

Operators: Dzhekson Rouz/Jackson Rose

Reel №1

South America.

Cotton field.

People picking cotton.

A man carries a huge basket filled with cotton.

cotton processing plant.

The treatment process.

The manufacturing process of cotton fabric.

The mountains.



Ploughing land with oxen.




Ginning of excess debris by hand.

Negro Family plucked cotton, speaking of the importance of cotton in their lives.

People with a special machine tool shifted purified cotton.

Bales of recycled cotton on ships sent for export abroad.

Sea port.

People roll their bales on board.

Rings the big bell.

The vessel goes on a journey.

Two men talk about how hard it is to work with a small number of people that need a lot of manpower, that negros are equal in value to the British military.



By sea by boats sailing negros.

Pirate ship intercepts blacks.

They were beaten and thrown into the sea, and only a few were able to get to your destination to work in the cotton industry.

American mansions of the rich.

One of the richest homes.

Dinner and Ball.

People dancing.

In such a rich food, beautiful tableware.

Ladies and gentlemen riding horses.

A rally in support of slaves.

People go to rallies at night.

Devastated field.

Dried trees.

A man on a horse to break ground.

Business Centre (a large multi-storey building)

Key words

USA 1940, America, South America, industry, nature, village, clap, negros, rally