Tjioeng Wanara (nominated by Crisco 1492) was a 1941 film made in the Dutch East Indies, or present-day Indonesia. Given the film's obscurity, the nominator believes that this is now the "most comprehensive discussion of this film yet published."
Musca (nominated by Casliber) is a small constellation in the southern sky. It is also the only official constellation to depict an insect.
The D'Oliveira affair (nominated by Cliftonian and Sarastro1) was sparked by the controversial selection of a mixed-race South African (D'Oliveira) to England's cricket team just before a tour of South Africa. D'Oliveira had lived in the UK for six years, having moved there when cricket opportunities in his native country dried up on account of his race. The eventual cancellation of the tour was one of the first major international sporting boycotts to affect South Africa; the boycotts lasted more or less intact until 1991, when apartheid was abolished.
Imogen Holst (nominated by Brianboulton) was a multi-talented woman: the article notes that she was an "English composer, arranger, conductor, teacher and festival administrator." She was the director of the classical music-focused Aldeburgh Festival for over 20 years, and while her own compositions are mostly unpublished and unperformed, those that have been publicized have been well-regarded by critics.
The Peru national football team (nominated by MarshalN20) has represented the country in international football since 1927. Its most success came in the 1930s and 70s, but it has been stuck in a prolonged slump since 1982. The article itself had a torturous journey to becoming a featured article; it succeeded only on its fourth attempt.