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Title Must see places of the world. Mystic lands. 6, Anasazi & Haiti / [executive producers, Chip Duncan, Susan Sommers-Templin, Robert Wm. Landaas ; producer (Learning Channel), Marly Carpenter ; senior writer (Learning Channel), Georgeann Kane [i.e. Georgann Kane] ; series created by Chip Duncan].
Imprint Chicago : Questar, ©2010.

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Subject Pueblo Indians -- Antiquities -- Religious aspects.
Pueblo Indians -- Social life and customs.
Vodou -- Haiti.
Vodou -- Haiti -- Rituals.
Genre/Form Documentary television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
Travelogues (Television programs)
Travelogues (Television programs)
Documentary television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
Alt Name Duncan, Chip.
Sommers-Templin, Susan.
Landaas, Robert Wm. (Robert William)
Carpenter, Marly.
Kane, Georgann.
Olmos, Edward James.
Aghdashloo, Shohreh, 1952-
Reader's Digest Association.
Questar, Inc.
Duncan, Chip.
Sommers-Templin, Susan.
Landaas, Robert Wm. (Robert William)
Carpenter, Marly.
Kane, Georgann.
Olmos, Edward James.
Aghdashloo, Shohreh, 1952-
Reader's Digest Association.
Questar, Inc.
Alternate Title Mystic lands (Television program)
Add Title Mystic lands. 6, Anasazi & Haiti
Anasazi & Haiti
Description 1 videodisc (52 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Note Documentary.
Title from container.
Originally produced as episodes of the television series: Mystic lands.
"Reader's Digest."
Program content: c1996.
Issued in set: Must see places of the world. Mystic lands.
Running time indicated on container (70 min.) includes bonus material; running time of feature programs is 52 min.
Performer Narrator, Edward James Olmos.
System Details DVD; NTSC; full screen presentation.
Summary Anasazi: the ancient ones: In a desolate region of the North American Southwest was a civilization that rivaled the Mayan and Inca cultures. Through oral traditions and the discovery and exploration of crumbled cities and villages, the story of the Anasazi is only beginning to unfold.
Haiti: dance of the spirits: This program reveals the truth behind the mystical practice of voodoo. Stereotyped as sinister and bizarre, voodoo is a blend of West African beliefs and Roman Catholicism. Visually arresting dance and drumming ceremonies demonstrate the intricacies of this religion.
Contents Anasazi : the ancient ones/ written & directed by Chip Duncan -- Haiti : dance of the spirits / director, Chip Duncan ; producer, Tess Marie Gallun.
Extra feature: Interview with director Chip Duncan.
ISBN 9781594644726 (set)
1594644721 (set)
ISBN/ISSN 033937081156 (set)
Publisher # QD8115 Questar
OCLC # 500692328