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Original description from KCET: Mother Earth/ Father Sky follows two men as they search for clues to life by studying Southern California’s first residents, the Chumash Indians. Profiled are: hereditary chief of the Chumash Indians, Charlie Cook, who drives a truck during the week but spends weekends at a special Chumash heritage park; and Ed Krupp, director of the Griffith Observatory, a man devoted to the public understanding of astronomy and thus interested in the ancient Chumash astronomical beliefs."
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