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May 1940 (Creation)
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1 film reel (7 min., 45 sec.) : b&w & col., si., acetate, original, reversal (Kodachrome) ; 16 mm
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One film of the gym demonstration in Falconbridge, Ontario.
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00:00 “Ball Games” by the senior grades
00:33 “Top Hats” intermediate tap group
01:02 Physical Education Demonstration by the senior boys under the direction of E.W. Cross.
01:29 Concluding Number with 10 Girls as Toy Trumpeters and Drum Majorettes.
02:46 The Crowd
03:06 Opening Number with Recently-Formed Falconbridge Boys’ Band.
03:25 “In an Old-Fashioned Garden” by Various Falconbridge Ballet Instruction Groups
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Gym demonstration was directed by Grace Craig and E.W. Cross.
The play “In an Old-Fashioned Garden,” featured Imogene Cameron as “Mary, Mary Quite Contrary” and Joan Adamson was her dog. Cast members included: Joan Lynott, L. Heine, L. Deforge, S. Tayolor, Pl. Lynott, R. Aird, L. Deyarmond, J. Carmichael, M. Cameron, M. Chesser, A. Hodge, S. Delabbio, C. Pace, J. Drummond, B. Fisk, R. Revcy, A. McLellan, M. McCaffey, L. Taylor, E. Whitman, O. Bayce, A. Deforge, J. Mitchell, Rosemary McDonald, M. Murphy, D. Oliver, June Petterson (Butterfly), June VanHeukelom (Butterfly), G. VanDooren, J. Day, B. Kirwan, G. Scott, M. Simms and B. Lynott.
Garson girls tap dancers were led by Evelyn MacDonnell.
To learn more about the gym demonstration, see “Falconbridge Crowds Enjoy Annual School Exercises: Gymnastic Display, Dancing Are Features,” The Sudbury Star, May 3, 1940, p. 6.
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