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Tasadays-Part I #463938

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 07, 1972
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(Studio) Stone Age culture cave people, Tasadays, live on island of Mindanao in Philippines. Charles Lindbergh works with tribe.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Mindanao, Philippines) Supply helicopter carries NBC news crew to home of primitive tribe. It does not land, but hovers over platform to be unloaded. Expedition of Panamin Foundation pinpoints area of Tasadays so it can be declared a sanctuary. Panamin's president is Manuel Elizalde, Junior Tasaday cave dwellers shown.
REPORTER: Jack Reynolds

(Studio) More reports on Tasadays follow. Philippines president Ferdinand Marcos promises to put Tasaday off limits so tribe can go on living without interference.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Reynolds, Jack

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