To Greenland's Icy Mountains No. 1 1932

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Introductory intertitle reads: "Setting sail from New York in the schooner Morrissey, we go to explore the far-off north with Captain 'Bob' Bartlett (who went to the Pole with Peary) leaving first for our Newfoundland base." Bob Bartlett speaks to camera whilst posing aboard ship. C/U of Bob as he speaks....



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