Produced and directed by George D. Wright, Mexico Today did its best to offer sights that were not normally seen by the average tourist. In the light of the recent Mexican Civil War, Wright endeavored to show the progress made by the country since its political upheavals. As contrast to the Mexico of "today," the producer included vintage shots of General Pershing's 1913 expedition into Chihuahua. Manning the camera for the new scenes was D.W. Gobbett, who though not exactly a genius was an efficient journeyman. Mexico Today was distributed by Educational Films, who shortly thereafter went out of the documentary business to concentrate on two-reel comedies.
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