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- Pictures two modern-day Canadian Indians scouting for new hunting and fishing grounds for their tribe. They track moose and meet a huge Canadian black bear as they move cautiously through virgin forests and lakes in their native north country.
- Tells the story of a boy's trip to visit friends in Costa Rica. He lives in the home of an upper-class Costa Rican family, sharing their life and activities. He goes to see the public schools, the city market, native animals in the zoo, and the large plantations. Emphasizes the similarities and differences between life in Costa Rica and the United States.
- Shows the economic life and activities of the people in the Kunming area of Yunnan Province, at the end of the Burma Road. Pictures agriculture, transportation, conditions of life, and the methods of labor and industry of the people in this congested area. Contrasts the lot of the worker and peasant, who uses outmoded methods and gains a pitiful living, with the life of the people in the cosmopolitan center of Kunming.
- Main contributors:
- Centron Corporation
- Tells the story of a typical American family, and how they use Thanksgiving Day as the occasion to review the freedoms and privileges which they enjoy in their everyday living under the American way of life. Shows how they come to remember that they have much more to be thankful for than just the usual symbols associated with Thanksgiving Day.