Back

Chasing Seals Into the Polar Ice

Film Information

Please find all relevant information about this film we have on file below.

Abstract
1h - Seaport in Murmansk, loading and unloading operations. Panorama of the city, a pharmacy building, a museum of local lore, a bazaar. Coast of the Kola Bay. Port-Aleksandrovsk. Biological station building; station workers at work in the laboratory; exhibits of the station museum. The Rusanov icebreaker is approaching Cape Voronov. Landing trappers on the icebreaker. Morzhovets Island. The dwelling of the participants of the hunting expedition. Meteorological station on the island. Hypericum hunting. The icebreaker Sibiryakov makes its way through the ice. St. John's wort move from the Rusanov icebreaker to the Sibiryakov icebreaker. 2h - The plane is ready to take off from Morzhovets Island to explore the seal rookeries. Airplane over the Arctic plain. Seal rookery. Hypericum hunting. 3h - The hunters are returning from the fishery to the Sibiryakov icebreaker with their spoils. Transfer of seal skins from icebreakers to the Albatross sailing ship. Cutting fat from skins, weighing and salting seal skins. Seal oil tanks.
Director
I. Valentey
Color
B&W
Film ID
3700
Keywords
meteorological stations
, sea transport
, landscapes
, cities
, hunting
, air transport
, biology
Meterage
803, 3
Number of Parts
3
Operators
There is no data
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1927
Sound
No Sound

Search our catalogs or contact us today.