"Under the Maple Leaf, a new version of the perennial Canadian travel study by Hamilton H. Jones, ACL, is more beautiful and even more satisfying than its forerunners. Ineligible for current Ten Best, because of the fact that a small part of the present material has been viewed and listed in previous selections, the new release is included in the Honorable Mention category as a tribute to the dexterity with which the material, old and new, has been combined and the high quality of the added color sequences. The same flawless photography and clever sequencing which marked previous versions are again present. The disc sound accompaniment (in revised form) is deftly handled, making a thrilling addition to the film. Color is interspersed successfully with black and white sequences in a way that seems to obviate criticism of the mixture." Movie Makers, Dec. 1935, 553.
This is a colour film remake of Jones's previous version of Under the Maple Leaf . It includes black and white images from the prior film.
"Hamilton H. Jones, ACL, of Buffalo, N.Y., is at it again. Loaded with color film and bursting with ideas for scenic picture treatments, he is once more roaming the roads and lakes of Ontario, seeking a new version of Under the Maple Leaf , his Honorable Mention winner of a couple of years back." Movie Makers, Sept. 1935, 410.
"To make one of the interesting railroad shots in the current version of Under the Maple Leaf, Hamilton Jones, ACL, put his camera under the step on a Pullman car so that it was just above the rails." Movie Makers, Dec. 1935, 527.
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