Queen Marie As Indian Brave & Cuts 1926

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    Full title reads: "Queen Marie as Indian Brave. Roumania's [sic] Sovereign dons Indian costume and becomes Chief "Morning Star" during visit to Rockies".

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    M/S of group of dignitaries walking towards camera, in distance is scenic view of snow capped Rocky Mountains. Amongst the crowd are Queen Marie of Romania (Rumania) dressed in Native American feather head-dresses. M/S of Queen Marie with a young man and woman (both in Red Indian head-dresses). M/S of Queen and companions sitting around camp fire, with wigwams behind them. A young Native American boy performs a traditional dance for them. M/S of Native American male dancers. M/S of Queen Marie being introduced to tribe by Indian Chief. C/U of Queen Marie talking with Chief.

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    01:46:05:00 / 01:47:22:00
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