5 Copies of This Film
1) 0818.0051_BSP
2) 0818.0051_DVD
3) 0818.0051_F16
16mm film; [? ft.]; Silent; b&w and color
4) 0818.0048-.0052_DVD
DVD; Silent; b&w
5) 0818.0048-.0052_BSP
BetaCamSP; Silent
[Albert Conley--home movies] Reel 51
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Can Descriptions
Date from edge code on film. // Notes from film tag: 'Reel 1 Ecuador.' // B&w: Crowd of people on board ship preparing to depart from New York. Gangplank reads ìGrace Line.î Streamers. Footage taken from onboard ship of people waving as ship departs. Crowd of people on Pier 58. Shot of Grace Line building on Pier 57. Ships in Hudson River. Shots of buildings at southern tip of Manhattan. Pan of ocean from deck of ship. Small boat alongside ship. Man smoking cigarette looks at camera as he walks past. Women on deck chairs. Member of ship's crew on deck. Crewmember poses for camera. Pan of coastline. Man and woman in deck chairs. Crewmember smiles at camera. Passengers on deck chairs are served drinks. Footage from train of impoverished town with ramshackle buildings in tropical location. Townspeople watch train pass. Man with machete cuts at growth. Small rushing river in dense forest beside railroad tracks. Workers beside railroad tracks. Women on train. Woman films at camera. Train in tunnel. Steep hillside beside railroad tracks with small buildings at the base of hill. Rainforest. Andes mountains with tops hidden in clouds. Deep valley beside railroad tracks and steep cliffs. Men on donkeys on mountain trail. Urban area. Crowd watches train depart. Color: Young child with yarn. Llama on grassy hillside. Bazaar/outdoor market. Quito. La CompaÒÌa Church exterior. Policeman in street. La CompaÒÌa again. La Iglesia de San Francisco (San Francisco Monastery) exterior. Street scenes. Men carry goods on their backs. Policeman in street. Man filming street. Crowded streets. View of city and hills from elevated location. Women with cameras. // Note: San Francisco Monastery is the oldest church in Quito
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