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Where timber wolves call
Nature film. Outdoor filmmaker Tommy Tompkins journeys into the winter wilderness of the Rocky Mountains to film timber wolves. Also includes footage of a wide variety of wildlife.
[Vancouver Island and Mainland] : [footage]
Footage. This lengthy compilation comprises the earliest Booth films (mostly unedited 100-foot reels), placed in chronological order. They focus on travel and recreation in two major areas: Vancouver Island and the lower Fraser Canyon. The first r...
[Sunset Films, Victoria B.C.]
Footage. The title frame "Sunset Films, Victoria, B.C." is followed by a painted background with a simulated sunset.
[Vancouver Fair 1931]
Newsreel footage. Rodeo events (steer riding, chariot race); Maypole dancing; deep sea diver boat with air pump; passengers boarding "Princess Louise" in Victoria.
[The private secretary]
Newsreel item?. "'The film THE PRIVATE SECRETARY was filmed in 1913, edited in Hollywood, California, and released on May 9, 1914. It was produced, written and directed by Leonard Grover and one of the first theatres to receive a print ...
[Beacon Hill birds]
Newsreel footage. "'Good shots of swans and birds in a park which has recently been set aside for a bird sanctuary. Ladies feeding birds, pigeons.'" (quoted in Colin Browne) Includes some scenes shot in the winter, with ice o...