"Uruguay" is a solid educational piece describing the agriculture, economic well-being and culture of a multifaceted and strong people, comparing the storied country with the United States for the mostly American audience. Despite most American made films of the 1940s era the typical Americanism is pushed to the side here in lieu of the facts and the search of knowledge of what makes Uruguay tick. We see everything from the culture, agriculture and lifestyles of people in Uruguay, in detail, and includes superb vintage footage of the country, its landscape, and its inhabitants.
- Director : Jules Bucher, Julian Bryan
- Run time : 19 minutes
- Subtitles: : English
- Producers : Office of the Cooridnator of Inter-American Affairs, Julien Bryan
- Studio : Quality Information Publishers, Inc.
- ASIN : B003OEVR92
Best Sellers Rank:
#772,185 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
- #41,188 in Documentary (Movies & TV)
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