Chili and Chills (1932)
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In a husband deferring to his wife's wishes, a couple takes a driving trip to Mexico as a vacation. Their trek takes them across the wide open desert. They report on the rather odd things they see along the way, including: an abandoned junk of a car which obviously could not make the desert crossing; a community populated solely by Russians speaking only Russian and adhering to their Russian customs mixed with local flavor, such as the young boys embarking on the sport of cactus apple fishing; what is supposed to be a battle to the death between two turtles by flipping the opponent onto its back, that death without human intervention saving the otherwise "doomed" loser; and close encounters with two other species of wildlife, namely a lizard and a probably venomous snake. They encounter that snake again later at a nearby farm, it which gets into battles with with a cat, then with a German Shepard.
This MGM Oddity shows a couple driving through Mexico. Their first stop is a small village in which all the residents are Russian. They speak only Russian and follow their native customs as much as they are able. At their campsite, the travelers witness a fight between two turtles. Finally, they stop at a ranch, where they see a fight between a German shepherd and a rattlesnake.
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