4 Copies of This Film
1) 2177.0075_F16
16mm film; [400 ft.]; Silent; b&w
2) 2177.0075-.0077_BSP
BetaCamSP
3) 2177.0073-.0077_DVD
DVD
4) nhf-2177_0075 ProRes.mov
0:16:23;00
[Henry Sturgis Dennison--home movies] Reel 75
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Identifier
2177.0075
Date(s)
1927
Can Descriptions
No label. // Rust stain on frames near head.
Viewing Notes
DVD slate: Reel 75, 1927. Bad deterioration across middle of frame first few seconds. Then OK. Man walking field of flowers at Dobsis Camp. Calm water, something swims. View of Dobsis Camp from lake. POV from boat coming in to dock, children watch. On lake, blurry views of animal swimming. Then view of deer bounding into woods. Ducks diving, trying to lift off. Overexposed view of deer jumping. Deer wading. Looks at camera. More views of deer in lake. Camera motion on one distant view. Then from boat, general jerkiness as deer bounds into brush. Moose in distance. Man in foreground taking picture of moose. Ducks. Porcupine. People in canoe on lake. Second boat a jacket used as a sail. Third boat, very full of people. Line of people carrying gear in single file, followed by canoes. Calm day on lake, paddler with woman in front of canoe. Various people in canoes. Scratches on film. Wakeboarding, person attempts headstand. Various wakeboarding and headstand. Flock of birds on water. Paddlers chase after. Man in battered hat stands in back of motorboat. Wakeboarding with Dobsis Camp in background. Kid attempts headstand multiple times, then flips off board. Woman on board, has very strong arms. In boat, man in bottom of boat wrapped in tarp. Whitewater, standing waves. Woman in boat laughs, lots of teeth, very smiley. Another woman in white hat with something on her nose. Bird in lake. Deer at edge of lake, jumps away. Man in shorts pulls canoe down low water stream. Two more canoes behind. Another view of first man shows he has sock garters on. In the woods, man with axe, falling tree. Blurry deer in brush.
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