Time-Life’s Documentary and Interview, ‘The Living Camera: The Aga Khan’ (USA) ·· missing
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Director: Robert Drew
A virtually-unknown documentary feature from 1961 looking at the early period of Prince Karim Aga Khan as the Imam of the Ismailis. This film follows the Aga Khan at a time when he is just 25 years old and dealing with the challenges of being the new Imam.
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