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No Peace in Laos For Peace in Laos

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Abstract
Buddhist temples: sculpture, ornament, carved door. Dancers perform "Dance of the Gods". Funeral procession; people are pulling a hearse. King's palace. Soldiers are passing by - patriots of the Pathet Lao national liberation movement. Soldiers of government troops. Newsreel 1960: anti-government rebellion led by F. Nosavan with US support; shelling of Vientiane. Soldiers shooting from armored vehicles. Tanks on the city street; burning buildings. American Ambassador Brown, Lao Prince Boone Um, General F. Nosavan, leading the rebellion. Vientiane city. Lao princes Souvanna Phuma and Bong Souphanouwong, who arrived to negotiate with the rebel prince Boone Um. Conference room for negotiations. Prince Boone Um, who did not appear for negotiations, at his villa. Meeting of the three Lao princes in the Valley of the Jugs (December 14, 1960). Present: B. Souphanouvong, Souvanna Phuma, General Kong Le, patriots of the Pathet Lao movement. The building of the legitimate government of Laos, headed by the Prime Minister, Prince Souvanna Phuma. The people welcomed Prince B. Souphanouwong.
Director
I. Gutman, E. Yatsun
Color
Color
Film ID
19068
Keywords
national liberation movements
, funeral
, religion
, buddhism
, culture
Meterage
582
Number of Parts
2
Operators
I. Gutman, E. Yatsun
Other Creators
Sound V. Kotov. Music L. Feigin. Script G. Kublitsky
Release Date
1962
Sound
Has Sound

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