Tohono O'odham

Indian Children

Establishing shot:  The film opens with an Arizona setting. Two large saguaros appear on the far left and far right of the frame, with a mountain in the background. This shot then dissolves, and focuses on a small Tohono O'odham (Papago)
homestead. A young girl (Conca) can be seen exiting the home while her mother sits outside, and a young boy (Cochise, typically associated with Apache) with a dog walks from the far right into the scene.
Named locations: No named location; due to saguaros, the film appears to be set in Arizona

Desert People

Associate Director: Michael Ream
Executive Producer: Jules Power
Associate Producer: George Charles
Production assistant: William Hilliker, Jr.
Music: John Winters
Technical Supervisor: Len Bottom
Engineering Supervisor: Earl Mehaffey
Technical Director: Chuck Ciegelsky
Video: Jim Doyas
Audio: Corky Hendrick
Graphic Arts: Hy Blay