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A Study of Spring Wild Flowers

Directed by F.R. (Budge) Crawley and Judith Crawley
Canada, 1939 (documentary, 18 minutes, colour, English)

Film Description:
"A charming colour film showing eighteen varieties of Canadian spring wild flowers. The general habitat of each flower is studied with care, and its individual characteristics are emphasized."
-- National Film Board of Canada (source)

Film Credits (partial):
Production Company: Crawley Films
(sources)

Quote about A Study of Spring Wild Flowers

"Completing the program were two films not entered in the contest, A Study Of Spring Wild Flowers and Canadian Power, both produced by Mr. and Mrs. F. Radford Crawley. The first, with which Mr. and Mrs. Crawley won International honors, showed Spring flowers budding and bursting into bloom. The colors were beautiful and the attention to blossom structure, root development and so on was particularly interesting."
-- W.J. Carson (source)

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