Directed by Harold Noice
James L. Clark
Lt. Com. J.R. Stenhouse
Dr. Laurence M. Gould
As master of ceremonies Harold Noice brings together five of his fellow explorers to speak and present footage from their expeditions around the world in this very early sound film! An interesting an compelling look back at some of the major expeditions of the early 20th Century! Including…
Harold McCracken’s Siberian Arctic expedition, for the American Museum of Natural History.
Gene Lamb's photo-scientific expedition through Bali and Borneo.
James L. Clark’s African expedition from Nairobi through the Congo to Rhodesia and back to Tanganyika.
Lt. Com. J.R. Stenhouse’s expedition to the Southern Seas through the pack-ice of the Weddell Sea culminating with a plane flight over Antarctica.
Dr. Laurence M. Gould recounts his trek by Dog-Sled over Antarctica to help make Admiral Byrd's Antarctic flight safe.
Harold Noice and his spectacular scenes of the headwaters of the Amazon river and the native peoples that live there.