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Old Natchez on the Mississippi

Old Natchez on the Mississippi(1939)

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Release Date:  1939 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (Mgm) .....Production Company, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (Mgm) .....Distributor
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  • Very educational reminder

    Mike Strong 2014-01-18

    Sometimes I record these little spots from the travelogs to other subjects. I didn't record this one and I am kicking myself because I realized, as I... MORE>

  • Romanticizing Slavery

    PJ 2014-01-18

    This Travel Talk is an embarassment. It speaks of the romantic period before The Civil War. The white plantation owners are shown in a cotillion dancing... MORE>

  • Love It!

    Ginger 2014-01-18

    Needs no intro from TCM...should never be deleted from the collection @ TCM...and those who think they know the "real" South and its true history... MORE>