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Impressions of Expo 67

1967 8 min
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This short film served as an invitation to the World's Fair that was held in Montreal in 1967. It was largely considered to be the most successful World's Fair of the 20th century with over 50 million visitors. The film presents impressions of the event and of Montreal at its liveliest and most exciting moment in history.

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Impressions of Expo 67

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This short film served as an invitation to the World's Fair that was held in Montreal in 1967. It was largely considered to be the most successful World's Fair of the 20th century with over 50 million visitors. The film presents impressions of the event and of Montreal at its liveliest and most exciting moment in history.
  • director
    William Brind
  • editing
    William Brind
  • photography
    Eugene Boyko
    Paul Leach
    Tony Ianzelo
  • location sound
    Joseph Champagne
  • location manager
    Jean Savard
    Gerry Monahan
  • re-recording
    Ron Alexander
    Roger Lamoureux
  • producer
    William Brind

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Ages 12 to 17

This film serves as an introduction to the study of the Montreal World’s Fair of 1967, which came to be known as EXPO ‘67. Its website offers substantial information in archival footage and audio clips. It also lends itself to a variety of categorical studies.

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