Bali 1955 Reel 2 of 24


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Film Description:Reel 2 of 24
Unedited travelogue


Reel 2 of 24
Unedited travelogue

1955: Reel 2: Bali. June 22-23.

Harvesting rice.
Hand cut (note knife in left hand of harvester).
Outrigger boat and rudder.
Weighted fishing nets.
Scenes at artist's home.
Close-up of dancer, ear plugs [earrings].[This is the famous dancer Ni Pollok].
Carving in stone — a man. [mws]
Statue, red flower, garden.
Artist explaining painting. [Likely Jean Le Mayeur, a Belgian painter who settled in Bali in the 1930s. He married the dancer Ni Pollok]
Street ditch.
Portable lunch counters.
Woman weaving a basket of green reeds, (cu)
Boys playing "jacks".
Weaving of net.
Harvesting rice.
Cooking in field.
Rice with flower decoration (cu)
Note straw shelter in field.
Stone elephants.
Pounding rice.
Street scene.
Salt-making by evaporation.
Sluice gate with screen.
Thatched house.
Crabs on shore, [cu]
Loading pip in wicker crates.
A ship sailing scenes.
Preparing cocks for fighting by stroking heads, [mws]
Rice stacks along road.
Carrying band instruments.
Band assembled.
Barefoot dancer with fan.[The dancer is Ni Pollok].
Man playing musical instrument. [ 1 cu]
Male and female dancers, [cu]
Cocks in wicker basket.
Terraced rice fields, [cus]
Potter using hand operated wheel. [1 mws, 1 cu]
Cutting pot from wheel using string.
Pottery by bang-bang method, using wooden paddle.
Pottery drying in the sun.
Potter, [mws]
Ice cream (for sale?).
Cockfight under shelter. Note: the seats, [dark, mws and ws]
Road scenes.
Carrying pottery; road scenes.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Bali, Balinese Hindu Temples, Masks, Dance, Dancing, Gamelan orchestra, Rice cultivation, Cock-fighting, Pottery, Ceramics, Pollok, Ni, Le Mayeur, Jean
Tags: Bali | Balinese Hindu Temples | Ceramics | Cock-fighting | Dancing | Gamelan orchestra | Le Mayeur, Jean | Masks | Pollok, Ni | Pottery | Rice cultivation
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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