Robin Campbell: old feller now: memories of a Muruawarri

Australia, 1978

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Robin Campbell, an old man of the Murrawarri tribe of the far north west of New South Wales recalls, through dramatic re-enactments by his young relations, how he was taught, as a child, to hunt the emu and make animal tracks, and how he worked as a drover in the 1930’s and 40’s. Narrated by Bill Reid.

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