Red Runs the Fraser

Red Runs the Fraser

| 11 min
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This short documentary looks at the deep gorge of the Fraser River, shadowed by the mountain ranges of British Columbia. It is a highway for the mysterious migration of the Pacific salmon. The river shallows appear red with the flailing fish as they push up-river to spawn and die. A natural wonder puzzling to the scientist, the fish migration of spring and summer provides renewed activity for fishermen and cannery workers.

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Credits
  • director
    E. Taylor
  • producer
    Sydney Newman
  • camera
    O.C. Burritt
    Ernest Kirkpatrick
  • editing
    David Mayerovitch
  • music
    Robert Fleming