Captain Bob Bartlett Aka In Peary's Footsteps… 1932

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    Titles read: "Now for an old 'Pictorial' favourite - bluff old - CAPTAIN BOB BARTLETT"

    "The famous Polar explorer (he accompanied Peary on his dash to the North Pole) starts on another exciting trip beyond Greenland's Icy Mountains." L/Ss of cow being loaded into container and lifted onto Bartlett's ship. C/U of the cow mooing. L/Ss of Bartlett's ship leaving New York, people wave from the shore.

    M/S of Bartlett surrounded by passengers. He says, "Her we are again, on are way bound to Greenland. Bartlett introduces us to passenger Mrs Stafford who is Peary's daughter. She says she is very pleased to be on board with Bartlett. L/S of New York skyline. M/S of Bartlett joking with two young boys (possibly sons of Mrs Stafford). M/S of Bartlett saying that he wished that everyone could come along - "but you'll see it now through Pathe News." "Look out for his adventures in forthcoming issues of the Pathe Pictorial."

    Cataloguer's note: In other 'Pictorials' the continuation of this story is known as 'IN PEARY'S FOOTSTEPS'.

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    Cataloguer:
    Howard
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    51357
    Sort Number:
    PSP 766
    Time in/Out:
    01:50:48:00 / 01:52:46:00
    Canister:
    PSP 766
    Film ID:
    1600.26
    Issue Date:
    08/12/1932
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