Beaver Dam

Beaver Dam

| 15 min

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The great appeal of this film is watching the beaver at work, busily and cheerfully demonstrating the characteristics for which it is famous. Sometimes, however, the beaver's industry runs counter to the plans of people. When the beaver's dam floods their father's hayfield, two boys devise a plan to save the beaver from their father's displeasure.

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Beaver Dam, F.R. Crawley, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    F.R. Crawley
  • camera
    Stanley Brede
  • sound
    David Howells
  • editing
    René Bonnière
  • music
    William McCauley
  • re-recording
    Ron Alexander
    Roger Lamoureux