People out of time

United Kingdom, 1968

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Episode of Series “The World about us”.
A study of the Bindubi tribe, Australian First Nations people who have mastered their arid, inhospitable environment in the Great Sandy Desert by using every resource to the maximum point of refinement. Filmed on Professor Donald Thompson’s 1963 expedition. Narrated by Leo McKern, filmed by David Corke and Len McLarty, written and presented by Eric Davidson.

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British Broadcasting Corporation

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00:40:42:00

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United Kingdom
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1968

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The World about us

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