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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)
Julien Édouard Alfred Dubuc produced this industrial film in 1917 depicting the facilities and activities of his consortium to lure investors for financing the expansion of his pulp and paper empire. From the lumber camps of Saguenay to the sale of newspapers in the streets of New York, the film shows every stage of manufacturing paper. You can briefly see J.E.A. Dubuc in the film: he’s the man wearing a hat and patrolling the factory floor in the scene following the intertitle “The Grinders.”
 
North American Pulp and Paper Companies  (1917)
Source: Cinémathèque québécoise / Droits : Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec
Music composed and interpreted by Gabriel Thibaudeau, www.gabrielthibaudeau.com

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