The Pathe travelogue product of 1910 was uniformly interesting, if unsurprising. After all, how many surprises could there be in films where the plots were given away by the title? The reviewer for Variety didn't bother to list the many East Indian trades depicted in the film, though he did express admiration for the cinematography. As was the case with most of the Pathe releases of the period, the film was color-tinted by hand, with meticulous fidelity to the real colors. Different Trades in Bombay was released on the same 1,00-foot reel as another Pathe subject, Mirth and Sorrow.
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