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Other(s) author(s) : Martens, Erik, [editore]Language : Dutch[Bruxelles] : Cinémathèque royale de Belgique, [s.d.]1 disko (DVD) (140 minutu) + liburua (111 orrialde)Irudia (mugimenduan ; bidimentsiokoa) + (Ikus) testua: bideoabitartekorik gabeAbstract Analytics : In den dierentuin van Antwerpen Analytics : Gay Twenties Analytics : 1943: honderd jaar Zoo Analytics : Bevrijding Analytics : Zoo-journaal 1940-1960 Analytics : Zomer 1947 Analytics : Een Zoo van mensen Analytics : Kijkjes achter de schermen Analytics : Pension de famille Analytics : Naar het Oceanografisch Instituut van Monaco Analytics : Gust Analytics : Een opkapi voor koning Boudewijn Analytics : Ali de aap Analytics : Madame Babylas aime les animaux
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Tabakalera 23 ZOO (Browse shelf) Available 638670

Long ago, when gentlemen still wore hats and cars were an unusual sight in the streets, when the Zoo was still known as 'Jardin Zoologique d'Anvers', there were already exotic animals living in the city on the Scheldt. They lived near Central Station, where they served as exotic scenery for the Sunday afternoon promenade of the well-to-do bourgeoisie. The whole world has changed in the past hundred years. The animals haven't, and are therefore privileged witnesses of what the past hundred years have done to us. In collaboration with the Antwerp Zoo and the city event 'Antwerp Animalized', the Royal Belgian Film Archive presents a unique anthology of rarely shown film material from days long gone. The oldest images date from the 1910s. The most recent ones are from 1960. The silent films are accompanied on the piano by Hughes Maréchal.

Audioa nederlanderaz eta frantsesez; azpitituluak ingelesez, frantsesez eta nederlanderaz.
Audio en holandés y francés; subtítulos en inglés, francés y holandés.

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