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The Duke of Connaught, Governor-General of Canada, in motion pictures introduces us to a distinguished character, The Duchess of Connaught, as she exhibits her grace and beauty, gliding ... See full summary
The Duke of Connaught, Governor-General of Canada, in motion pictures introduces us to a distinguished character, The Duchess of Connaught, as she exhibits her grace and beauty, gliding across the ice of the royal skating rink, gives us a convincing evidence of her democratic spirit, which has made her a popular favorite. We are accorded an intimate view of Princess Patricia, a most affable and charming personage of royalty. During our visit to Montreal we are taken into the Privy Council of the House of Parliament and are made acquainted with the dignitaries of the Canadian Government. In addition we are escorted through the National Library and get a sight of many of the historic antiquities, which had much to do with the establishment of British possession in America.

Released as a split reel along with the comedy Leap Year Proposals (1912).


Cast overview:
Prince Arthur Duke of Connaught Prince Arthur Duke of Connaught - Himself - Governor General of Canada
Princess Margaret Louise of Prussia Duchess of Connaught Princess Margaret Louise of Prussia Duchess of Connaught - Herself - the Governor General's Wife
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