"Last, but by no means least on the list of honorable mentions, is Duncan MacD. Little's 'Voyageur's Trail,' a news film of a four-day canoe race in Canada. This film, photographed perforce under whatever conditions happened to obtain at the moment the action occurred, represents a remarkable achievement in amateur news filming, for which Little is to be commended in the highest terms." American Cinematographer, Feb. 1938, 78.
Screenings of the film are discussed in the following: "Littles Honored in Three Rivers Country at 'Voyaguers' Premier," American Cinematographer, March 1938, 131; "Attire une Foule Monstre," L'Echo du St-Maurice, Aug. 4, 1938, 3; "Canadians Pack Sports Arena to See Duncan Little's Film of Race," American Cinematographer, Sept. 1938, 385.
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