1 videocassette (approximately 45 min.) : sound, black and white ; 1/2 in
Film material collected by A.K. Chettiar for The Documentary Films, Ltd., Madras, India ; technical advisor, A.K. Chettiar ; edited by Robert B. Warwick ; musical direction, Edward Paul ; composition, Charles Koff ; narrated by Quentin Reynolds
Follows the life of Gandhi, with emphasis on his philosophy of nonviolent noncooperation. Archival films show events in his life such as the great salt march and the home-spinning movement, both important milestones in India's journey toward independence from Britain. "This film is not Gandhi as staged by Hollywood. This is the real Gandhi as documented by more than 200 cameramen in India, England, and South Africa from 1912 to 1948"--Container.
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