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* A Sailor’s Heart   (Biograph Co., 1912)
* Along the St. Maurice   (Exhibits and Publicity Bureau, Department of Trade and Commerce, Canada,  1922)
* Coasting at Montmorency Falls   (Edison Manufacturing Co., 1902)
* Danse Indienne   (Société anonyme des plaques et papiers photographiques A. Lumière et ses fils, 1898)
* Fire Sweeps Through Aylmer, Quebec   (Fox News,     1921)
* Forty Thousand Feet of Rejected Film Destroyed   by Ontario Censor Board   (James and Sons, 1916)
* Funérailles de Georges Ouimet   (Léo-Ernest Ouimet,   1921)
* Huntingdon Celebrates Peace Anniversary with Monster Parade   (1927)
* Interesting Glimpses of Eastern Canada   (Ford Motor   Co. of Canada, 1918)
* Kent House Slide   (American Mutoscope and Biograph, 1902)
* Mes espérances en 1908   (Léo-Ernest Ouimet, 1908   )
* North American Pulp and Paper Companies   (1917)
* Put Yourself in Their Place   (Vitagraph Co. of America, 1912)
* Québec 1918  
* Quebec City   (Thomas A. Edison, 1917)
* Quebec Fire Department on Runners   (American Mutoscope and Biograph Co., 1902)
* Skating in Montreal, Canada   (Edison Manufacturing    Co., 1904)
* Skiing at Quebec   (Edison Manufacturing Co., 1902     )
* The Building of a Transcontinental Railway in Canada        (W. Butcher and Sons, 1909)
* The Miracle of a Locomotive   (Associated Screen News, 1928)
* The Old Guard   (Vitagraph Co. of America, 1912)
* Tobogganing in Montreal, Canada   (Edison Manufacturing Co., 1902)
Set in mid-nineteenth century Paris and shot in Quebec City’s Old Town in 1912, this touching drama recounts the final days of a veteran of Napoleon’s Grand Army. With the Papal Zouaves of the old capital!
 
The Old Guard  (Vitagraph Co. of America, 1912)
Source: Cinémathèque québécoise
Music composed and interpreted by Gabriel Thibaudeau, www.gabrielthibaudeau.com

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