In Morocco was advertised as a "travel subject": nowadays, it would be labelled a travelogue. Lensed on location in and around Tangiers, the film offered several sights that had never before been committed to celluloid. Of special interest were the scenes of street life in the "Hebrew" section of Tangiers. A long shot of an ancient fortress was less fascinating, mainly because it didn't "move" much for a moving picture. In Morocco closed with a lengthy image of native musicians performing for a large and demonstrative crowd of pedestrians.
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