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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 56 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoots of "Superman III" and a few from "Superman." Includes the chemical plant explosion scene from "Superman III," external glacier scenes also for "Superman III," a gas station explosion and other Badlands-based locations for …
Date Range
1977-1982
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / t / PA - 01 to PA - 56
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  22 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, t : Superman III
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / t / PA - 01 to PA - 56
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1977-1982
Physical Description
56 photographs : b&w & col. ; 23.6 x 12.6 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Superman III," 1982, directed by Richard Lester and starring Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Margot Kidder, Annette O'Toole, and Roberta Vaughn. Clark Kent travels to Smallville for his high school reunion and reconnects with childhood sweetheart Lana Lang; meanwhile Lois Lane goes on vacation in the Carribean. Computer programmer Gus Gorman is hired by tycoon Ross Webster to program a machine that will wipe out the entire coffee industry of Columbia, thus giving him the monopoly. This plot is foiled by Superman so Webster orders Gorman to replicate Kryptonite but, unable to identify a missing ingredient, he uses tar, which causes Superman to have a nervous breakdown and splits his identity. Overcoming this, Superman is eventually able to stop Webster's evil machine with Gorman's help and saves the day. Location filming mostly around High River and Calgary. Power plant scenes possibly from Milton Keynes, England. "Superman," 1978, directed by Richard Donner and starring Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Marlon Brando, and Gene Hackman. An origin story for Superman: born on the dying planet Krypton, he is evacuated by his parents and lands on a prairie farm, where he grows up as Clark Kent. After the death of his father, he recieves a psychic call from his deceased biological father and travels to the Arctic to build the Fortress of Solitude, where he trains and eventually becomes the famous caped hero. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor learns of a joint US Army and US Navy missile testing site and steals two missiles with the intent to blow up the San Andreas Fault. Luthor initially succeeds in this plan thanks to the use of Kryptonite on Superman, but as a result Lois Lane is killed, causing Superman to turn back time by flying around the Earth, allowing him to save her and stop the missile. Location filming for mountain scenes done in the Kananaskis Valley and prairie scenes around High River. One of the first motion pictures to film scenes on the newly-constructed highway into the Kananaskis Valley (Kananaskis Country). When a local resident encountered a flatbed truck carrying a U.S. guided missile on the highway (a prop for the movie), he was convinced the U.S. had invaded Canada.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 56 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoots of "Superman III" and a few from "Superman." Includes the chemical plant explosion scene from "Superman III," external glacier scenes also for "Superman III," a gas station explosion and other Badlands-based locations for "Superman," and shots of the fake US Navy missle travelling down the new Kananaskis Highway with Mount Yamnuska in the background for "Superman." Also includes two crew lists for "Superman" dated 1977 and two crew lists for "Superman III" dated 1982.
Subject Access
Animals
Badlands
Buildings
Dogs
Films and film making
Glaciers
Horses
Military
Mountains
Mount Yamnuska
Movie Stars
Geographic Access
Kananaskis Country
High River
Drumheller
Alberta
England
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / t / NA - 01 to NA - 43
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman_III ; https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086393/locations?ref_=tt_dt_loc ; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman_(1978_film) ; "Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies," by Brian Patton, e-book
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Movie: Superman III - negatives

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 147 b&w & colour negatives on 43 strips of film depicting the shoots of "Superman III" and a few from "Superman." Includes the chemical plant explosion scene from "Superman III," external glacier scenes also for "Superman III," Badlands-based locations for "Superman," portraits of …
Date Range
1977-1982
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / t / NA - 01 to NA - 43
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Negative
  11 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, t : Superman III
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / t / NA - 01 to NA - 43
GMD
Film
Negative
Date Range
1977-1982
Physical Description
93 photographs : b&w and col. negatives ; 6.1 x 15.3 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Superman III," 1982, directed by Richard Lester and starring Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Margot Kidder, Annette O'Toole, and Roberta Vaughn. Clark Kent travels to Smallville for his high school reunion and reconnects with childhood sweetheart Lana Lang; meanwhile Lois Lane goes on vacation in the Carribean. Computer programmer Gus Gorman is hired by tycoon Ross Webster to program a machine that will wipe out the entire coffee industry of Columbia, thus giving him the monopoly. This plot is foiled by Superman so Webster orders Gorman to replicate Kryptonite but, unable to identify a missing ingredient, he uses tar, which causes Superman to have a nervous breakdown and splits his identity. Overcoming this, Superman is eventually able to stop Webster's evil machine with Gorman's help and saves the day. Location filming mostly around High River and Calgary. Power plant scenes possibly from Milton Keynes, England. "Superman," 1978, directed by Richard Donner and starring Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Marlon Brando, and Gene Hackman. An origin story for Superman: born on the dying planet Krypton, he is evacuated by his parents and lands on a prairie farm, where he grows up as Clark Kent. After the death of his father, he recieves a psychic call from his deceased biological father and travels to the Arctic to build the Fortress of Solitude, where he trains and eventually becomes the famous caped hero. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor learns of a joint US Army and US Navy missile testing site and steals two missiles with the intent to blow up the San Andreas Fault. Luthor initially succeeds in this plan thanks to the use of Kryptonite on Superman, but as a result Lois Lane is killed, causing Superman to turn back time by flying around the Earth, allowing him to save her and stop the missile. Location filming for mountain scenes done in the Kananaskis Valley and prairie scenes around High River. One of the first motion pictures to film scenes on the newly-constructed highway into the Kananaskis Valley (Kananaskis Country). When a local resident encountered a flatbed truck carrying a U.S. guided missile on the highway (a prop for the movie), he was convinced the U.S. had invaded Canada.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 147 b&w & colour negatives on 43 strips of film depicting the shoots of "Superman III" and a few from "Superman." Includes the chemical plant explosion scene from "Superman III," external glacier scenes also for "Superman III," Badlands-based locations for "Superman," portraits of cast and crew, shots of the scene where Superman rescues a child from a tree in "Superman," and shots of the fake US Navy missle travelling down the new Kananaskis Highway also for "Superman."
Subject Access
Animals
Badlands
Buildings
Children
Dogs
Films and film making
Glaciers
Horses
Military
Mountains
Mount Yamnuska
Movie Stars
Portrait
Women
Geographic Access
Kananaskis Country
High River
Drumheller
Calgary
Alberta
England
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / t / PA - 01 to PA - 56
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman_III ; https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086393/locations?ref_=tt_dt_loc ; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman_(1978_film) ; "Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies," by Brian Patton, e-book
Title Source
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Movie: Peugeot Car Commercial

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 41 colour prints of production photos from the filming of a Peugeot car commercial on Spray Lakes. Includes shots of the crew and director, action shots of the car driving on the lake and being dropped with a parachute from a helicopter, and an explosion.
Date Range
1987
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / r / PA - 01 to PA - 41
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  7 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, r : Peugeot Car Commercial
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / r / PA - 01 to PA - 41
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1987
Physical Description
41 photographs : col. ; 14.9 x 10.1 cm
Scope & Content
File pertains to 41 colour prints of production photos from the filming of a Peugeot car commercial on Spray Lakes. Includes shots of the crew and director, action shots of the car driving on the lake and being dropped with a parachute from a helicopter, and an explosion.
Subject Access
Automobiles
Films and film making
Helicopters
Winter
Geographic Access
Spray Lakes
Kananaskis Country
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / r / NA - 01 to NA - 20
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Movie: Ski Lift to Death

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 84 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Ski Lift to Death," consisting of shots of the crew and director during the filming of a gondola scene, action shots of a party in a local bar, wildlife, portraits, and more. Also includes a photocopy of the call sheet …
Date Range
1977-1978
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / s / PA - 01 to PA - 84
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  15 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, s : Ski Lift to Death
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / s / PA - 01 to PA - 84
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1977-1978
Physical Description
84 photographs : b&w & col. ; 23.6 x 12.6 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Ski Lift to Death" [alternately known as "Snowblind"], 1987, directed by William Wiard and starring Deborah Raffin, Charles Frank, Howard Duff, Clu Gulager, and Suzy Chaffee. Romance and intrigue at a Rocky Mountain ski resort ends with two derailed ski-lift gondolas hanging from a cable. An ex-gangster hangs in one of the gondolas while an assassin maneuvers to bump him off. Location filming in Banff National Park, including Sunshine and Lake Louise ski areas, the Sulphur Mountain Gondola, Banff Springs Hotel, and various downtown locations. Rumour has it that none of Banff’s ski areas wanted their lifts associated with a film called Ski Lift to Death, but the Sulphur Mountain Gondola was willing to use their gondola cars for the derailing stunt. Many Banff locals appear in nightclub and ski hill scenes.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 84 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Ski Lift to Death," consisting of shots of the crew and director during the filming of a gondola scene, action shots of a party in a local bar, wildlife, portraits, and more. Also includes a photocopy of the call sheet for shooting on December 7, 1977.
Subject Access
Animals
Banff townsite
Buildings
Deer
Films and film making
Gondolas
Lake Louise Ski Area
Mountains
Movie Stars
Portrait
Skiing
Ski areas
Sulphur Mountain Gondola
Sunshine Village
Winter
Women
Geographic Access
Banff
Lake Louise
Banff National Park
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / s / NA - 01 to NA - 38
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Movie: Ski Lift to Death - negatives

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 93 b&w & colour negatives on 38 strips of film depicting production photos from the shoot of "Ski Lift to Death." Includes shots of the crew and director during the filming of a gondola scene and scenes on a ski hill, action shots of men doing trick jumps on skis, portraits of the …
Date Range
1977-1978
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / s / NA - 01 to NA - 38
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  10 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, s : Ski Lift to Death
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / s / NA - 01 to NA - 38
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1977-1978
Physical Description
93 photographs : b&w and col. negatives ; 6.1 x 15.3 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Ski Lift to Death" [alternately known as "Snowblind"], 1987, directed by William Wiard and starring Deborah Raffin, Charles Frank, Howard Duff, Clu Gulager, and Suzy Chaffee. Romance and intrigue at a Rocky Mountain ski resort ends with two derailed ski-lift gondolas hanging from a cable. An ex-gangster hangs in one of the gondolas while an assassin maneuvers to bump him off. Location filming in Banff National Park, including Sunshine and Lake Louise ski areas, the Sulphur Mountain Gondola, Banff Springs Hotel, and various downtown locations. Rumour has it that none of Banff’s ski areas wanted their lifts associated with a film called Ski Lift to Death, but the Sulphur Mountain Gondola was willing to use their gondola cars for the derailing stunt. Many Banff locals appear in nightclub and ski hill scenes.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 93 b&w & colour negatives on 38 strips of film depicting production photos from the shoot of "Ski Lift to Death." Includes shots of the crew and director during the filming of a gondola scene and scenes on a ski hill, action shots of men doing trick jumps on skis, portraits of the cast, and more.
Subject Access
Animals
Banff townsite
Buildings
Businesses
Films and film making
Gondolas
Lake Louise Ski Area
Mountains
Movie Stars
Portrait
Skiing
Ski areas
Sulphur Mountain Gondola
Sunshine Village
Winter
Women
Geographic Access
Banff
Lake Louise
Banff National Park
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / s / PA - 01 to PA - 84
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 44 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Natty Gann," consisting of portraits of cast members, action shots from filming, and shots of the sets. Also includes some documents: a letter from the Production Assistant and crew lists for the production.
Date Range
1984-1985
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / p / PA - 01 to PA - 44
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  10 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, p : Natty Gann
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / p / PA - 01 to PA - 44
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1984-1985
Physical Description
44 photographs : b&w & col. ; 23.6 x 12.6 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Natty Gann" [full title " The Journey of Natty Gann"], 1985, directed by Jeremy Kagan and starring Meredith Salenger, John Cusack, and Ray Wise. During the Great Depression, a young tomboy runs away from her Chicago guardian to join her father, who is working in a Pacific Northwest lumber camp. Riding the rails west, she teams up with tough, young hobos and a protective wolf. Location filming near the Crowsnest Pass and at Fort Steele Historic Park for the steam engine scenes, as well as the lower mainland region of British Columbia.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 44 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Natty Gann," consisting of portraits of cast members, action shots from filming, and shots of the sets. Also includes some documents: a letter from the Production Assistant and crew lists for the production.
Subject Access
Animals
Children
Dogs
Films and film making
Horses
Indigenous Peoples
Mountains
Mountain Goats
Movie Stars
Portrait
Trains
Geographic Access
Crowsnest Pass
Fort Steele
Alberta
British Columbia
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / p / NA - 01 to NA - 45
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Movie: Natty Gann - negatives

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 213 b&w & colour negatives on 45 strips of film. Includes production photos from the shoot of "Natty Gann," consisting of portraits of cast members, action shots from filming, and shots of the sets (mostly mountain scenes).
Date Range
1984-1985
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / p / NA - 01 to NA - 45
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Negative
  5 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, p : Natty Gann
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / p / NA - 01 to NA - 45
GMD
Film
Negative
Date Range
1984-1985
Physical Description
213 photographs : b&w and col. negatives ; 18.5 x 6.2 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Natty Gann" [full title " The Journey of Natty Gann"], 1985, directed by Jeremy Kagan and starring Meredith Salenger, John Cusack, and Ray Wise. During the Great Depression, a young tomboy runs away from her Chicago guardian to join her father, who is working in a Pacific Northwest lumber camp. Riding the rails west, she teams up with tough, young hobos and a protective wolf. Location filming near the Crowsnest Pass and at Fort Steele Historic Park for the steam engine scenes, as well as the lower mainland region of British Columbia.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 213 b&w & colour negatives on 45 strips of film. Includes production photos from the shoot of "Natty Gann," consisting of portraits of cast members, action shots from filming, and shots of the sets (mostly mountain scenes).
Subject Access
Animals
Children
Dogs
Films and film making
Horses
Indigenous Peoples
Mountains
Mountain Goats
Movie Stars
Portrait
Trains
Geographic Access
Crowsnest Pass
Fort Steele
Alberta
British Columbia
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / p / PA - 01 to PA - 44
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Movie: Never Cry Wolf

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 45 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "Never Cry Wolf," consisting of portraits of cast and crew members, action shots from filming, wolves, horses, buildings, and shots of the sets. Also includes some documents: a letter from Bruno Engler to Robert Steinbrecher and …
Date Range
1980-1983
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / q / PA - 01 to PA - 45
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  12 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, q : Never Cry Wolf
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / q / PA - 01 to PA - 45
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1980-1983
Physical Description
45 photographs : b&w ; 23.6 x 12.6 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Never Cry Wolf," 1983, directed by Carroll Ballard and starring Charles Martin Smith, Brian Dennehy, and Zachary Ittimangnaq. A government researcher, sent to research the "menace" of wolves in the north, learns about the true beneficial and positive nature of the species. Location filming throughout Alaska and the Yukon.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 45 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "Never Cry Wolf," consisting of portraits of cast and crew members, action shots from filming, wolves, horses, buildings, and shots of the sets. Also includes some documents: a letter from Bruno Engler to Robert Steinbrecher and a crew list for the production.
Subject Access
Airplanes
Animals
Buildings
Cabins and shelters
Films and film making
Horses
Indigenous Peoples
Mountains
Movie Stars
Portrait
Wolves
Geographic Access
Alaska
Yukon
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / q / NA - 01 to NA - 13
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086005/locations?ref_=tt_dt_loc
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Movie: Mountain Maverick

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 120 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Mountain Maverick," consisting of portraits of cast members, action shots from filming, shots of the sets (mostly mountain scenes), a few signed portraits from the stars, and contact sheets of negative proofs. Also inc…
Date Range
1976-1977
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / o / PA - 01 to PA - 120
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  28 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, o : Mountain Maverick
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / o / PA - 01 to PA - 120
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1976-1977
Physical Description
120 photographs : b&w & col. ; 23.6 x 12.6 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Across the Great Divide," called "Mountain Maverick" during production, 1977, directed by Stewart Raffill and starring Robert Logan, Heather Rattery, and Mark Edward Hall. Set in the American Rockies, 1876, a pair of orphans, aided by an itinerant gambler, make their way west through the wilderness to inherit a ranch in Oregon. Location filming primarily around the Seebe area, including Mickey Bailey's Wildlife Unlimited game farm at the base of Yamnuska, and the Mount Assiniboine area.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 120 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Mountain Maverick," consisting of portraits of cast members, action shots from filming, shots of the sets (mostly mountain scenes), a few signed portraits from the stars, and contact sheets of negative proofs. Also includes some documents, mostly price lists.
Subject Access
Animals
Children
Coyote
Dogs
Films and film making
Helicopters
Hiking
Horses
Indigenous Peoples
Mountains
Mountain Goats
Movie Stars
Geographic Access
Banff National Park
Kananaskis Country
Assiniboine Provincial Park
Alberta
British Columbia
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / o / NA - 01 to NA - 24
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 88 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Housekeeping," including members of the crew filming inside a flooded house interior, portraits of cast members and the director, exterior shots of houses, group portraits of the cast and crew, and people skating on Spr…
Date Range
1986-1987
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / l / PA - 01 to PA - 88
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  14 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, l : Housekeeping
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / l / PA - 01 to PA - 88
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1986-1987
Physical Description
88 photographs : b&w & col. ; 14.8 x 10.1 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Housekeeping," 1987, directed by Bill Forsyth and starring Christine Lahti, Sara Walker, and Andrea Burchill. Set in the Pacific Northwest. After their mother commits suicide, two sisters go to live with their eccentric aunt in a remote mountain town Location filming primarily in Nelson, BC, but skating scenes were filmed on Spray Lakes Reservoir in Kananaskis. Trivia: Director Bill Forsyth original wanted to find a large frozen lake in the Yukon to film the skating scene that closes the movie. Bruno Engler, as the on-scene photographer in Nelson, suggested the much more accessible Spray Lakes near Canmore. The movie, which is set in the 1950s, was originally going to be filmed in the same location as the book its based on, Sandpoint Idaho. However, the town of Sandpoint had changed too much by 1986 to suit the film's needs and instead the town of Nelson, British Columbia was chosen.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 88 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Housekeeping," including members of the crew filming inside a flooded house interior, portraits of cast members and the director, exterior shots of houses, group portraits of the cast and crew, and people skating on Spray Lakes. Also includes documents: crew list and newspaper clippings.
Subject Access
Automobiles
Buildings
Films and film making
Mountains
Movie Stars
Portrait
Skating
Spray Lakes
Winter
Geographic Access
Nelson
British Columbia
Canmore
Kananaskis Country
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / l / NA - 01 to NA - 64
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Scope & Content
File pertains to 11 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "Iceman," mostly production shots from filming.
Date Range
1984
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / m / PA - 01 to PA - 11
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  4 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, m : Iceman
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / m / PA - 01 to PA - 11
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1984
Physical Description
11 photographs : b&w ; 24.7 x 19.7 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Iceman," 1984, directed by Fred Schepisi and starring Timothy Hutton, Lindsay Crouse, John Lone, Josef Sommer, David Strathairn, and Danny Glover. A prehistoric Neanderthal man found frozen in ice is revived by an arctic exploration team, who then attempt to use him for their own scientific means.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 11 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "Iceman," mostly production shots from filming.
Subject Access
Films and film making
Movie Stars
Portrait
Winter
Women
Geographic Access
Alberta
British Columbia
Language
English
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087452/?ref_=ttco_co_tt
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Movie: Last of the Dogmen

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 2 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "The Last of the Dogmen," consisting of contact sheets for the original negatives - images depict Barbara Hershey's character being chased on a mountain setting.
Date Range
1994-1995
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / n / PA - 01 to PA - 02
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  3 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, n : Last of the Dogmen
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / n / PA - 01 to PA - 02
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1994-1995
Physical Description
2 photographs : b&w ; 23.6 x 12.6 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"The Last of the Dogmen," 1995, directed by Tab Murphy and starring Tom Berenger and Barbara Hershey. A bounty hunter is hired to track fugitives who have escaped into the Montana wilderness. After the fugitives are discovered murdered, the bounty hunter and a female anthropologist embark on a journey that eventually uncovers a “lost” Indigenous tribe in the mountains. Location filming primarily around the Canmore area, including Kananaskis Country, and around the Banff townsite, including the Magpie & Stump restaurant and the Parks Canada Administration Building. Some filming was also done at Takakkaw Falls in Yoho National Park.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 2 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "The Last of the Dogmen," consisting of contact sheets for the original negatives - images depict Barbara Hershey's character being chased on a mountain setting.
Subject Access
Films and film making
Mountains
Movie Stars
Women
Geographic Access
Banff National Park
Canmore
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / n / NA - 01 to NA - 06
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Movie: Frank Mills Christmas Special

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 31 colour & b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of the Frank Mills Christmas Special filmed at Lake Louise and on Pigeon Mountain. Includes shots of setting up the piano, Mills playing it on Pigeon Mountain, and contact sheets.
Date Range
1984
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / i / PA - 01 to PA - 31
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  6 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, i : Frank Mills Christmas Special
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / i / PA - 01 to PA - 31
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1984
Physical Description
31 photographs : b&w & col. ; 24.7 x 19.7 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
File pertains to 31 colour & b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of the Frank Mills Christmas Special filmed at Lake Louise and on Pigeon Mountain. Includes shots of setting up the piano, Mills playing it on Pigeon Mountain, and contact sheets.
Subject Access
Chateau Lake Louise
Christmas
Helicopters
Music
Musicians
Pigeon Mountain
Geographic Access
Lake Louise
Banff National Park
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / i / NA - 01 to NA - 16 V190 / VI / M / x / i / NS - 01 to NS - 11
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Scope & Content
File pertains to 4 b&w prints of three men at a camp during a grizzly hunt.
Date Range
[ca. 1958]
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / j / PA - 01 to PA - 04
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  4 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, j : Grizzly Hunt
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / j / PA - 01 to PA - 04
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
[ca. 1958]
Physical Description
4 photographs : b&w ; 24.7 x 19.7 cm
Scope & Content
File pertains to 4 b&w prints of three men at a camp during a grizzly hunt.
Subject Access
Animals
Bears
Camps
Grizzly Bears
Hunting
Geographic Access
Alberta
Language
English
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Scope & Content
File pertains to 139 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Hoax," including portraits of the director, cast, and crew, shots from scenes being filmed, and members of the cast interacting with locals.
Date Range
1986
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / k / PA - 01 to PA - 139
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  15 images  
Part Of
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Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, k : Hoax
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / k / PA - 01 to PA - 139
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1986
Physical Description
139 photographs : b&w & col. ; 24.7 x 19.7 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Vanishing Act," called "Hoax" during production, 1986, directed by David Greene and starring Elliott Gould, Mike Farrell, Margo Kidder, and Fred Gwynne. A husband loses his wife during their honeymoon at a U.S. Rocky Mountain resort town. After going to local authorities to initiate a search, the mystery deepens when a strange woman shows up claiming to be his wife. Location filming primarily around the Banff townsite, including the Banff Park Lodge, CIBC, various private residences on Buffalo Street, and Banff Avenue.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 139 b&w & colour prints of production photos from the shoot of "Hoax," including portraits of the director, cast, and crew, shots from scenes being filmed, and members of the cast interacting with locals.
Subject Access
Automobiles
Banff townsite
Banff Winter Carnival
Buildings
Businesses
Films and film making
Hotels
Mountains
Movie Stars
Norquay Ski Hill
Parades
Portrait
Winter
Winter Carnival
Geographic Access
Banff
Banff National Park
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / k / NA - 01 to NA - 55
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Scope & Content
File pertains to 89 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "Far Country," mostly shots from filming on location at the Athabasca Glacier and Mount Edith Cavell, as well as posed and set photographs of actors, extras, and crew.
Date Range
1953-1954
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / g / PA - 01 to PA - 89
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, g : Far Country
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / g / PA - 01 to PA - 89
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1953-1954
Physical Description
89 photographs : b&w ; 25.2 x 20.2 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Far Country," 1954, directed by Anthony Mann and starring James Stewart, Ruth Roman, Corinne Calvet, and Walter Brennan. A Wyoming cowboy drives a herd of cattle from Skagway, Alaska, to the Klondike hoping to make a profit selling to beef-starved miners in Dawson City, Yukon. But he is bedeviled by a corrupt Skagway sheriff-judge and his gang. After his partner is killed on their gold claim, the cowboy takes the law into his own hands. Location filming for all mountain scenes filmed in Jasper National Park (Athabasca Glacier, Mount Edith Cavell). Bruno Engler appeared in costume as an extra while filming on location at the Athabasca Glacier, part of his role as safety officer for the film. At one point the crew was setting up under an icefall Engler deemed dangerous, ordering them out from under it - soon after, an avalanche came down and buried the location they'd been in. Fred Brewster provided 80 horses and 50 longhorn cattle from his Jasper outfit for the film. Also includes the October 1953 edition of "Universal International Studio Club News" newsletter covering the filming of "Far Country."
Scope & Content
File pertains to 89 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "Far Country," mostly shots from filming on location at the Athabasca Glacier and Mount Edith Cavell, as well as posed and set photographs of actors, extras, and crew.
Notes
Images of a woman and child posed in front of a cabin are Bruno Engler's wife and daughter.
Name Access
Engler, Angel
Subject Access
Animals
Athabasca Glacier
Banff Springs Hotel
Banff townsite
Buildings
Cattle
Children
Films and film making
Glaciers
Horses
Mountains
Mount Edith Cavell
Movie Stars
Women
Geographic Access
Jasper
Jasper National Park
Alberta
Language
English
Conservation
Some prints have glue residue and black paper fibers across the backs of them, possibly from having been adhered into an album
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Scope & Content
File pertains to 103 colour & b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "First Hello," mostly shots of filming on a mountain, including the film crew, actors, and helicopters.
Date Range
1979-1981
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / h / PA - 01 to PA - 103
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  15 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, h : First Hello
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / h / PA - 01 to PA - 103
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1979-1981
Physical Description
103 photographs : b&w & col. ; 24.7 x 19.7 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"The High Country," alternately called "First Hello," 1981, directed by Harvey Hart and starring Timothy Bottoms and Linda Purl. A young fugitive joins up with a girl and escapes from her father and authorities by trekking into the Canadian Rockies backcountry. Though suffering from an intellectual disability, the girl soon proves to be far more capable in the wilderness than her companion. Location filming primarily around Canmore, Banff (mostly Sulphur Mountain), and Invermere.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 103 colour & b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "First Hello," mostly shots of filming on a mountain, including the film crew, actors, and helicopters.
Subject Access
Automobiles
Banff townsite
Buildings
Climbing
Films and film making
Helicopters
Mountains
Movie Stars
Sulphur Mountain
Women
Geographic Access
Banff
Banff National Park
Canmore
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / h / NA - 01 to NA - 40
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Movie: To Elvis With Love

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 40 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "To Elvis With Love," mostly head-shot style portraits of various actors taken during filming.
Date Range
1979
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / f / PA - 01 to PA - 40
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, f : To Elvis With Love
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / f / PA - 01 to PA - 40
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1979
Physical Description
39 photographs : b&w & col. ; 25.2 x 20.2 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"To Elvis With Love" also known as "Touched by Love," 1980, directed by Gus Trikonis and starring Deborah Raffin, Diane Lane, Michael Learned, Clu Gulager, and John Amos. Based on a real-life therapist who cared for a wheelchair-bound girl suffering with cerebral-palsy. The young, unresponsive patient is rehabilitated through correspondence with her favourite performer Elvis Presley. Location filming in Banff townsite and vicinity—Banff Springs Golf Course Clubhouse, Banff High School, and Lake Minnewanka road. A number of Banff teenagers were used in the movie as well as a group of special-needs students from Calgary.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 40 b&w prints of production photos from the shoot of "To Elvis With Love," mostly head-shot style portraits of various actors taken during filming.
Subject Access
Banff Springs Hotel
Banff townsite
Buildings
Children
Films and film making
Movie Stars
Women
Geographic Access
Banff
Banff National Park
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / f / NA - 01 to NA - 25
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Movie: Days of Heaven

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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to 164 b&w & col. prints of production photos from the shoot of "Days of Heaven" on the primary location in central Alberta. Includes portraits of cast and crew, action shots from filming, the farm house where the movie takes place, horse-drawn carriages and early model cars, small pl…
Date Range
1976
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / c / PA - 01 to PA - 164
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
  28 images  
Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, c : Days of Heaven
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / c / PA - 01 to PA - 164
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1976
Physical Description
164 photographs : b&w & col. ; 25.2 x 20.2 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
"Days of Heaven," 1976, directed by Terrence Malick, starring Richard Gere, Brooke Adams, and Linda Manz. A Chicago steelworker escapes to Texas with his girlfriend and sister. The trio joins a group of itinerant harvesters to work on a ranch owned by a bachelor farmer. Believing the young couple to be brother and sister, the farmer falls in love with the girl. The young boyfriend encourages the relationship and eventual marriage in hopes they can inherit the farm. Location: Two short scenes in Waterton Lakes National Park. Primary set location on a Hutterite colony near Raymond, Alberta. Other scenes filmed near Lethbridge and at Calgary’s Heritage Park. Won the Oscar for Best Cinematography
Scope & Content
File pertains to 164 b&w & col. prints of production photos from the shoot of "Days of Heaven" on the primary location in central Alberta. Includes portraits of cast and crew, action shots from filming, the farm house where the movie takes place, horse-drawn carriages and early model cars, small planes, a controlled burn, and behind the scenes shots of the cast and crew. File also contains documents: a mailing slip addressed to Bruno Engler from Lethbridge, cast and crew contact sheets, and a magazine clipping pertaining to the film.
Notes
Some photographs depict simulated violence, death, and severe burns.
Subject Access
Airplanes
Automobiles
Buildings
Films and film making
Fires
Helicopters
Horses
Movie Stars
Trains
Geographic Access
Lethbridge
Alberta
Language
English
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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Scope & Content
File pertains to 38 b&w & col. prints of production shots from the filming of the movie "Death Hunt" in and around Canmore and the Spray Lakes area. Includes portraits of the cast and crew during filming and behind the scenes, sets [mostly of an old West-stlye town], and a model plane and its real-…
Date Range
1980
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / d / PA - 01 to PA - 38
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Print
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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file, M : Alphabetical order
Sous-Fonds
V190
Sub-Series
x : Movies, d : Death Hunt
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / M / x / d / PA - 01 to PA - 38
GMD
Photograph
Print
Date Range
1980
Physical Description
38 photographs : b&w & col. ; 25.2 x 20.2 cm or smaller
History / Biographical
Also known as "Arctic Rampage," directed by Peter Hunt in 1981 and starred Charles Bronson, Lee Marvin, and Angie Dickinson. Loosely based on the true-life story of Albert Johnson (The Mad Trapper of Rat River) who was pursued by the Mounted Police in the Northwest Territories and Yukon after shooting a police constable in 1932. Filmed entirely in the Canmore/Spray Lakes area, apart from one scene at the Athabasca Glacier, Jasper National Park. "Death Hunt" was the first film to use Canmore and the Spray Valley as primary set locations, and many locals were recruited as extras. Additionally, dog teams were brought from throughout Alberta for Mad Trapper pursuit scenes on the Spray Lakes Reservoir. Mountaineer and Association of Canadian Mountain Guide Tim Auger stood in as a body double for Bronson for some scenes.
Scope & Content
File pertains to 38 b&w & col. prints of production shots from the filming of the movie "Death Hunt" in and around Canmore and the Spray Lakes area. Includes portraits of the cast and crew during filming and behind the scenes, sets [mostly of an old West-stlye town], and a model plane and its real-life counterpart used for various stunts. File also contains documents: a newspaper clipping detailing the filming of the movie and the controversy surrounding it and various communications between Engler, Auger, and the production company.
Name Access
Auger, Tim
Subject Access
Airplanes
Automobiles
Buildings
Films and film making
Fires
Helicopters
Horses
Movie Stars
Three Sisters Mountain
Geographic Access
Canmore
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
V190 / VI / M / x / d / NA - 01 to NA - 56
Creator
Engler, Bruno
Biographical Source Notes
Hollywood in the Canadian Rockies, by Brian Patton, e-book.
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
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