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A 50-Mile Ramble Through the Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River (1912)

Among the beauty spots of the world that section of the St. Lawrence River which includes the Thousand Islands and the wonderful channels between them, is one of the most unique and ... See full summary »

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Among the beauty spots of the world that section of the St. Lawrence River which includes the Thousand Islands and the wonderful channels between them, is one of the most unique and picturesque. The boat which makes the famous ramble trip among the islands passes by scenes representing almost every stage in the development of civilization, from the wild rocks and trees which cover some of the islands, to the millionaire palaces with flowerbeds, lawns, summer houses, etc. Some of the islands are on the Canadian side of the river and some on the American. In one case the owner of one of the beautiful summer homes has his house in Canada, and a little bridge leading across to a little summer house on a tiny island a few yards distant leads one into American territory. The film ends with a view showing a sunset across the water. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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17 January 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy The Bachelor's Waterloo (1912). See more »

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