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Japan 1965 Reel 28 of 40

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Film Id:F16-0279
Film Description:Reel 28 of 40
Unedited travelogue
Tokushima
Naruto
Kyoto
Toba

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Cat. Reel 279 1965: Reel 28: Japan. Tokushima. Naruto. Kyoto. Toba.

Puppet cloth (cu)
Puppet exhibition hall (Tokushima):
Completed puppets: heads (cu).
Design on unique tapestry tapestry cloth: demon with bloodshot eyes,
etc. (some cu).
Control mechanism of puppet head (cu).
Hand chiseling puppet head (A/Aruto shop).
Halves of head (cu)
Painting puppet face.
Internal mechanism of puppet: eye movement, etc. (cu)
External movements of puppet (cu).
Internal mechanism (cu).
Beautiful lady puppet with gold teeth: very funny, note horns(cu).
Puppet heads.
Natural arm, wrist, hand movement of puppet (cu).
Wooden "skeleton" of puppet.
Dressed puppets in showcase.
Screen picture: a ship (cu).
Tamamo Park:
Stone bridge.
Garden: note shaped trees.
Pearl oyster frames in water, possibly on display (underexposed).
Pearl oyster frame or cage.
Operator cutting, cleaning oyster mantle prior to insertion of
nuclei, using tweezers.
Mantle strip ready for cutting.
Nuclei for insertion in oyster.
Cup of fluid to moisten nuclei.
Oysters wedged open (underexposed).
Oyster in holding clamp: note wooden wedge.
Cutting body of oyster, inserting nuclei: hand tools.
Display poster: steps in making pearl nuclei (slightly out of
focus).
Pearls: some black.
Nucleus insertion procedure.
Nucleus insertion procedure: note cutting knife: this oyster
was "killed."
An inserting stand.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Tokushima, Naruto, Kyoto, Toba, Puppets, Puppetry, Pearls, Pearl farming
Tags: Kyoto | Naruto | Pearl farming | Pearls | Puppetry | Puppets | Toba | Tokushima
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.


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