Try " The Lost Tribe" from Films for the Humanities, 1993, 60 minutes.
It looks at whether the tribe was a hoax. ( deleted the original request, but this
post reminded me of it). We own it, it can be rented at 800-552-8620.
Valerie Scott, Media Acquisitions Coordinator
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Bloomington, IN 47405-1223
Frank Landrum wrote:
> Pat, I know something like this exists because in the deep recesses
> (waiting to be freed up by Ginko Biloba). I recall some of it but not who
> did it. I don't think it was "Caves of the Philippines" nor The Tasaday
> that Debra Jo mentions. Thre was also one in the early 70's, "Last Days of
> the Mindanao", but this too is about the discovery and not the hoax. The
> one that I think you are looking for actually exposes the earlier reports
> as to being a setup. This is not much help other than to say, keep looking
> and good luck.
> Frank Landrum
> Lane ESD
> At 12:50 PM 9/14/00 -0700, you wrote:
> >Pat Means wrote:
> >> I have been searching everywhere that I can think of, OCLC, the WEB,
> >> college cataloges, etc., to find a video by this title. The professor says
> >> that at one time he had rented it, but not since he has been at Austin
> >> College. The only reference I found was of a NOVA program discussing the
> >> Tasacay hoax.
> >In the "Film and video finder" (NICEM) 1994-95, I found:
> >"The Tasaday : stone age people in a space age world."
> >"Uses on location photographs and tape recordings to document the
> >Tasaday people, a small and isolated group of people living in a jungle
> >island in the Philippines who maintain a Stone Age way of life. Traces
> >the effects of modern civilization on their culture."
> >The distributor for this title (back in 1994/95) is:
> >Associated Press
> >50 Rockefeller Plaza
> >New York, NY
> > 10020
> >Hope this helps some.
> >Debra Jo SujkaDebra Jo Sujka
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