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The St. Lawrence Sea-Way

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The St. Lawrence Seaway
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Production Years: 
1927 to 1929


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Length (feet): 
860 (35mm)
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Library and Archives Canada: 35mm, VHS.
"The route from Montréal to the lanes of the Atlantic pictured from sky, land and water. Montréal; the ship S.S. Montclare bound for sea; Sorel; Trois-Rivières, pulp and paper mills; Verchères; Québec and its bridge; Spencerwood, home of the Lieutenant-Governor of Québec; Lévis and the Isle of Orléans from the air; children playing; a 'charette-à-chien' (the dog sports a straw hat and a pipe); habitant farming and baking with an outdoor oven; Montmorency Falls; Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré; Rivière-du-Loup; Trois-Pistoles, Bic and Father Point, where pilots leave the transatlantic ships."

"Tour of Montreal and seaway area."


Motion Picture Distributors and Exhibitors of Canada, Canadian Motion Pictures 1914-1932 (June 1932), 5.