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Umoja.

Author: Nguzo Saba Films.
Publisher: Nguzo Saba Films [197-?]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film : Partial animation : Elementary and junior high school   Visual material : English
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Using animation, this film recounts the tale of the Bengal tiger who refuses to let anyone near the food and water around his habitat after a drought has destroyed all the other food and water in the area. Driven by hunger and thirst, the other animals get together, and, led by a rabbit, they trick the tiger and get their food and drink. The point of the film is to show how much people can accomplish by working  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile films
Material Type: Elementary and junior high school, Film, Partial animation
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Nguzo Saba Films.
OCLC Number: 3329087
Notes: Based on the African tale, The Tiger and the big wind.
Credits: Producer, Carol Munday Lawrence; animator, Salvatore Raciti; narrator, William J. Faulkner; music performed by Odetta; drawings by the children of Highland Park Free School.
Description: approx. 5 min. sd., color. 16 mm.
Other Titles: Tiger and the big wind

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Using animation, this film recounts the tale of the Bengal tiger who refuses to let anyone near the food and water around his habitat after a drought has destroyed all the other food and water in the area. Driven by hunger and thirst, the other animals get together, and, led by a rabbit, they trick the tiger and get their food and drink. The point of the film is to show how much people can accomplish by working together in unity, rather than individually.

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