Item about first flight over unchartered Endicott Range in Alaska.
Alaska, United States of America, U.S.A.
Title: "From the Farthest North. Exclusive pictures by our Camera-man with Detroit Arctic Expedition".
L/S of an aeroplane taking off on a field, the ground looks wet and marshy; the plane's wheels make big splashes. Panning shot of an aeroplane taking off.
Intertitle: "The first flight ever made over the unchartered Endicott Range".
M/S, looking under the wing of the stationary aeroplane, a group of Eskimos are looking curiously at the plane, the landscape is bleak and snow swept. M/S of two pilots in fur-lined parkers getting out of the aeroplane. M/S of the pilots standing with another man and a woman in front of the plane. M/S of the aeroplane parked in the snow, the pilots, Detroit explorers and group of Eskimos stand around it.
Intertitle: "Eskimos 'tumble over themselves' at first sight of an aeroplane".
L/S of the aeroplane, a snow blizzard blows around it, Eskimo youngsters do acrobatic flips and turns in front of the plane.
Note: for more shots of dramatic snowy landscape, please see separate record fro FROM THE FARTHEST NORTH (version 2 of 2).