Angkor, the Lost City

A pictorial essay on the ruins of the ancient city of Angkor. The greatest assembly of sculpture the world has ever known--a whole metropolis of palaces and temples, recovered from the jungle. Six hundred monuments, picture-tapestries in stone, and Angkor-Vat, a mile-square temple of grey sandstone, reveal the glories of the Khmers, ancestors of today's Cambodians.

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Film Credits

director
Roger Blais
Morten Parker
commentary
Noel Stone
photography
Donald Wilder
Roger Moride
Roy Nolan
sound editing
Karl Duplessis
Joan Edward
re-recording
George Croll

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