Hakibbutz Hameuchad (United Kibbutz) Film and Reel Collection

Humit's Zoo

26 Minutes, 1961
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Directed by: Gidon Ucko
Production Company:Naan Filming Studios
Photographer: Gidon Ucko
Language: Hebrew
| Subtitles not available

A film produced by the United Kibbutz Movies, number 16.
Humit, the kibbutz Dachshund dog, travels to Tel Aviv to see the animals in the zoo. She sees the animals in small cages, unlike the kibbutz monkey, who roams freely and plays with the children, or the pair of porcupines that the children feed with milk from a bowl, and the deer that was adopted and became the friend of the kibbutz’s lamb. There are also turtles, cats, chamalions, and a giant peacock moth in Humit’s kibbutz “zoo,” all of them free to go wherever they like, except for the golden hamster. Bedouins arrived with their herds in the area next to the kibbutz, and the kibbutz children went to watch a camel calf being born.
(Unfortunately, the only copy available in the archive is of poor quality)

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