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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 1

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white film about shooting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings, often plucked to heighten tension, backs the commentary. A group of freshwater crocodiles lies basking in the sun as a hunter crawls ...

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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 2

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white film about shooting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings, often plucked to heighten tension, backs the commentary. Two men stretch a net across a lagoon. They drag the net down the length of ...

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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 3

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white film about shooting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings, often plucked to heighten tension, backs the commentary. Two men drag a net full of freshwater crocodiles ashore and begin to untangle ...

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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 4

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white film about shooting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings playing Mozart backs the commentary. The camera follows a European and two Indigenous Australians paddling through the mangroves in ...

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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 5

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white film about hunting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings playing Mozart backs the commentary. The camera pans up a rope to show a man in a tree positioning a log as part of a crocodile trap, ...

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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 6

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white film about shooting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings playing Mozart backs the commentary. A shot of two crocodile mud baths cuts to a man uncovering a crocodile nest to expose the eggs. ...

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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 7

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white film about hunting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings playing Mozart backs the commentary. The excerpt begins with a close-up comparison of a crocodile egg with a hen's egg. A young woman ...

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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 8

This is a segment of a black-and-white film about shooting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings backs the commentary. It consists of a number of views, shot from different angles, of a saltwater crocodile struggling in a trap at the ...

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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 9

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white film about shooting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings backs the commentary, which tells a tale about how Indigenous Australians crossed crocodile-infested rivers. The excerpt consists of ...

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'Catching crocodiles', 1933 - asset 10

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white film about shooting and trapping crocodiles in the north of Australia in 1933. It was filmed and directed by Noel Monkman. A soundtrack of strings backs the commentary. The segment opens with a long-shot of a trapped crocodile struggling on the end of a rope. The crocodile lifts ...