This is a very interesting film of rare natural beauty. It begins with a panoramic view of the "Mammoth Hot Springs," passing to "The Devil's Fire Hole." We have a panoramic view of the "... See full summary »
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This is a very interesting film of rare natural beauty. It begins with a panoramic view of the "Mammoth Hot Springs," passing to "The Devil's Fire Hole." We have a panoramic view of the "Yellowstone Falls" (305 feet high) and of "The Canyon" (1,200 feet deep). Next we get "A close view of the falls," pass on to the "Giant Geyser Crater," a most beautiful sight. Senator Myers of Montana, "Feeding the Elk" and "A Herd of Buffaloes" close this short but beautiful picture. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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9 September 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with A True Patriot (1909). See more »

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The rendering of the Yellowstone Falls is not so successful
2 January 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A Lubin interpretation of a few scenes in the Yellowstone Park. The scenic features of that marvelous region will always interest and those shown in this film are different from the others, hence the interest is maintained. One is bound to see however, that while the red tones given the scenes in the Devil's Hole make it a striking picture, the rendering of the Yellowstone Falls is not so successful. It conveys almost no impression of its majesty and even though it is actually more than three hundred feet high it is dwarfed in the photographing and appears like only a small fall. - The Moving Picture World, October 2, 1909


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