Home movies: 1) Scenes of the parade, held on Monday, October 21, 1940, to promote the world premier showing of the movie NORTH WEST MOUNTED POLICE at the Capitol Theatre in Regina. The footage includes shots of Madeleine Carroll riding in the Lieutenant-Governor's carriage with Archibald Peter McNab and Mrs. McNab; shots of Robert Preston riding in a car; shots of floats with the Royal Canadian Mounted police, North Mounted Police and North American Indians being represented. The footage is shot from a location on Albert Street. 2) Scenes of men viewing an oil well pumping oil. 3) Scenes of people skating, and boys playing hockey, on outdoor skating rinks, one of which was located at Central Park. 4) Scenes of a parade, possibly a Victory Bond Parade held in June, 1941. The footage is shot from a location on Victoria Street. Includes shots of high school bands, military bands, floats urging people to buy war bonds, and lines of marching air force, navy and army personel. 5) Scenes of people at an enclosed oil well derrick. 6) Scenes of people at a lake swimming and boating. 7) Exterior shots of an unidentified huse and backyard flower garden. 8) Scenes of a military parade, possibly the Victory Day Parade held on August 2, 1941, consisting air force, army and navy personel. It concludes at the Regina Exhibition race track with speeches and music, from a raised platform, for people sitting in the stands. 9) Scenes of men working at an oil well drilling rig. 10) Scenes of people attending the November 11, 1941, Remembrance Day ceremonies at the Cenotaph in Victoria Park in Regina. See also the original FILM R-4049 and the VHS copy VT R-12871. The file is listed under FILM R-4049.