The Romance of the Far Fur Country

Director: Harold M. Wyckoff Year: 1920 Run Time: 120min
The Romance of the Far Fur Country (1920)

Shot with a scope that reaches from coast to coast to coast, this early documentary about the fur trade is about as ambitious as it gets. With scenes ranging from intimate to awe-inspiring, this silent epic tells a story that encompasses a wide variety of landscapes and people that participated in the industrial frenzy.

Created to commemorate the Hudson’s Bay Company’s 250th anniversary, this is the first feature length documentary in Canadian History, and is an important piece of history. Documenting different aspects of Canada almost 100 years ago, it is a fascinating look into the culture of that era.


Director(s):

Harold M. Wyckoff

Producer(s):

E. W. Hammons

Genre(s):

Documentary

Language(s):

English

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