Title may actually have been been Nellie the Model.
"...an amusing film ... a lurid melodrama of the Gay 90s acted and photographed locally." ("A. G. Lawrence Heads Amateur Movie Club," Winnipeg Tribune)
"...although Nellie [sic] is not nearly so workmanlike in construction as Pioneer Daze, she is much funnier; largely because one of the old Mack Sennett chase type of sequences has been worked in. (Winnipeg Free Press)
"Still others such as Dean Holt have produced [a] comedy, The Magic Pistol, a skit about how to cut the lawn." (Sharcott)
"Others such as Ron Bennett have photographed British Columbia sealife for an informative documentary, Abalone." (Sharcott)
"...a record of his trip to Australia." (Sharcott)
The Totem Group was a club within the Victoria Amateur Movie Club -- a sub-group of 16 mm users that banded together to produce their own film, The Princess and the Frog "... a nine-minute, black-and-white, sound-striped fiction story written by member Walter George." (Sharcott)
"... a view of the tourist side of the city through the eyes of Captain Vancouver, brought to life from the golden figure atop the legislature buildings." Captain Vancouver was played by Victoria entertainer Jerry Gosley. The process of shooting, editing and post-production is described in Margaret Sharcott's Daily Colonist article.
"Fundraising film about Queen Alexandra Solarium for Crippled Children at Mill Bay, near Victoria." (Duffy, Camera West)
"Filmed in color during the war years of 1941-1944, this silent film shows the Vermont State Guard holding muster at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds and at Camp Wills, which later became Camp Johnson in Colchester, Vermont. The film also shows a bond rally on the steps of the Statehouse in Montpelier, and maneuvers at the airfield in Berlin, Vermont, and at a camp in Moscow, Vermont. The State Guard began as Company H, 1st Regiment, Infantry in 1941 and was re-organized in 1943 as Company H, 2d Battalion. This film is an important documentation of the State Guard's early history and Vermont's home front activities during World War II. Although silent, intertitles are inserted with an explanation of the scenes to follow, as well as scrolling text of explanation at the beginning and end of the film." Vermont Historical Society.
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