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Published on Jun 22, 2011
Cat. Reel 147 1957: Reel 43: New Guinea, goroke, kainantu, beni river
Cooking sago. Cooking yams covered with reeds. Making a drum. Eating sugar cane. Eating pig jaw (mws). Heating a stone. Sing-sing (near Goroke landing field). Various dances. "Sing" of pig. Carrying pig. Rubbing on pig grease. Apportioning pig parts at sing-sing. Preparing for sing-sing: applying make-up, etc. People on their way to sing-sing at nearby village.
Producer: Watson Kintner Audio/Visual: silent, color Keywords: Feasting; Sing-sing
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