Salmon Fishing in New Brunswick (1917)

American writers you've always wanted to see Maximilian Foster, Jack Lait, Hugh Fullerton, Grantland Rice and Bill McGeehan, they are all shown in this Essanay travelogue reel, engaged in ... See full summary »

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Maximilian Foster Maximilian Foster ... Himself
Hugh Fullerton Hugh Fullerton ... Himself
Jack Lait Jack Lait ... Himself
Bill McGeehan Bill McGeehan ... Himself
Grantland Rice ... Himself
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American writers you've always wanted to see Maximilian Foster, Jack Lait, Hugh Fullerton, Grantland Rice and Bill McGeehan, they are all shown in this Essanay travelogue reel, engaged in the thrilling pastime the great north country affords, salmon fishing. Much of the fun and thrills of their outing trip is shown, their fights with the mighty salmon in the churning waters, and their adventures and hikes around the beautiful, rugged country. And there's also a bit of humor supplied by these men, a little rapid action in breaking camp and preparing and eating dinner. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Documentary | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

December 1917 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Salmon Fishing in New Brunswick and Cane River, Northeastern Canada See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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