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CNE

Date produced: 1936

Filmmaker(s):

R. W. Williamson

Description:

"Film depicting people at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) in Toronto." Library and Archives Canada.


Maple Sugar Bush

Date produced: 1955

Filmmaker(s):

Charles Woodley

Description:

"Shows children at a sugar bush in Ontario in springtime." Library and Archives Canada.


Glimpses of the Gaspé

Date produced: 1950

Filmmaker(s):

Charles Woodley

Description:

"Record of a Woodley family trip to the Gaspé." Library and Archives Canada.


Canoe Country

Date produced: 1952

Filmmaker(s):

Charles Woodley

Description:

"Film about canoeing, featuring members of the Charles Devenish Woodley family." Library and Archives Canada.


Boys At the CNE or Where’s Lorne

Date produced: 1951

Filmmaker(s):

Charles Woodley

Description:

"Film about three little boys, played by Doug, Bill and Lorne Woodley, the sons of Charles Devenish Woodley, visiting the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto on a sunny day." Library and Archives Canada.


Movie Club Visit to West Hill

Date produced: 1952

Filmmaker(s):

Charles Woodley

Description:

"Film of members of the Toronto Movie Club filming fruit tree blossoms and scenery at the Woodley family property at West Hill." Library and Archives Canada.


Courriers T.M.C., The

Date produced: 1950

Filmmaker(s):

Jack S. Grassick

R. W. Williamson

Charles Woodley

Description:

"Film made for screening at the annual banquet of the Toronto Movie Club held at Casa Loma." Library and Archives Canada.


Somebody Goofed

Date produced: 1955

Filmmaker(s):

Ernest Frederick Attridge

Description:

"The film contains twelve short vignettes that incorporate several cinematic techniques to comical effect." Library and Archives Canada.


Sleep-Inn Beauty

Date produced: 1930

Filmmaker(s):

Dorothea Mitchell

Harold Harcourt

Fred G. Cooper

Lloyd Small

Description:

"SleepInn Beauty is a comedy situated around a bathing beauty contest based on a story adapted by Dorothea Mitchell. Filmed over two days North of Port Arthur near Mitchell's camp at Surprise Lake, Wally McComber (the "Goof" of A Race for Ties) played the leading man and Maye Flatt, the leading lady. Fred Cooper shared the photography duties with Lloyd Small and took a minor acting role. In addition, over sixty extras were bussed in from Port Arthur to take part. The film was never exhibited publicly although, considering Mitchell's efforts with A Race for Ties, it was most certainly shown privately." Ladylumberjack.ca


Evangeline

Date produced: 1934

Filmmaker(s):

Edward A. Bollinger

Description:

"Film depicting the 1755 Expulsion of the Acadians from Grand Pre, Nova Scotia. Silent footage interspersed with written text. Scenes show the Grand Pre Church and various shots of farm life. An actress portrays Evangeline." Nova Scotia Archives.


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