The final American film release of 1929 was the silent travelogue With Car and Camera Around the World. The film was the brainchild of Mrs. Aloha Wanderwall, who in the early 1920s embarked upon a world-girdling journey, beginning and ending in France. Along the way, Mrs. Wanderwall attempted to stop at every major European and Oriental city, garnering several fascinating close-ups of community that would either be radically altered or completely obliterated by WWII. The shots of the Great Wall of China were taken at great risk, inasmuch as war clouds had gathered between China and Russia. Upon arriving in the United States, Mrs. Wanderwall briefly stopped at San Francisco and Miami (quite a leap there!) before heading to Cuba, then Africa. The final scenes in With Car and Camera Around the World are set in Portugal, as colorfully filmed as the rest of Mrs. Wanderwall's ports of call.
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