Buoyant, casual, thoroughly entertaining account of a trip into the wilds of Dutch Borneo for moving pictures, having left a...

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BLACK BORNEO

Buoyant, casual, thoroughly entertaining account of a trip into the wilds of Dutch Borneo for moving pictures, having left a sick wife on the coast (see Cannibals and Orchids). River travel, army posts, the crew, the jungle people; canoes, native bearers, tabus, ghosts, head hunters, celebrations, the stone idols at Semang, the death of a Chinese assistant camera man, the search for gold mines, and a last hazardous spill. Again a background book, on a country now involved in war.

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Publisher: Modern Age

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1942