Cinema: The New Pictures Jul. 21, 1930

Lost Gods (Epic). The lecture that goes with this travelog is not particularly good and the photography is only fair, but the material itself is so fascinating that Lost Gods becomes one of the best current illustrations of the educative function of the cinema. It is a record of the expedition, supervised by the Algiers Museum, of the travels in Libya of Archeologist Count Byron Khun de Prorok, whose excavations are made conceivable to non- archeological audiences by the explanation that he is looking for the golden tomb of the White Goddess of...

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