The Wider world

United States, 1956

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Shows typical services performed by Girl Scouts and Girl Guides in Mexico, Burma, Finland and the United Sates. Explains how the world wide movement of Girl Scouts and Girl Guides has helped to foster understanding and friendships among girls of many countries. Includes scenes of Mexican girls, teaching illiterates to read and writes, Finnish girls taking blind on an outing; and Burmese girls caring for children in a day nursery. Written and supervised by D. A. Pennebaker.

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D.A. Pennebaker

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Julian Bryan Internation Film Foundation



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