"Woop ... Wow ... Zung ... Zoo!" 1932

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South African tribesmen demonstrate war dances for visiting dignitaries.

Full title reads: "Johannesburg. 'Woop .. wow .. zung .. Zoo!' Native Warriors greet International Rotary Delegates with 'all-in' native war dances. (Sound filmed for first time)"

Johannesburg, South Africa.




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