Indian Dances Home Movie

Establishing shot: Six men standing together, in chief feathers, talking amongst each other.
Named locations: Tesuque Pueblo (in opening credit); Taos Pueblo (in opening credit); Gallup, New Mexico (in advertisement).
Major themes covered: Competition-style Native American Pow-Wow dances are performed. Images of dancers in competition regalia posing for the camera.

The Apache Indian

Establishing shot: Ancestral homelands of the Apache make up the establishing shot. There is a group of Apache on the right, a mother and her small children. The White Mountains can be seen in the center background. A traditional wickiup can be seen to the left.
Named locations: White Mountains, Arizona;
Major themes covered: The daily life of the Apache Indian; Apache puberty ceremonies