Documentary unearths Canada's historic Klondike gold rush

Canada's famous Klondike gold rush in the 1900s has been immortalised in a film that has been made by restored old film clips.

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    Canada's famous Klondike gold rush in the 1900s has been immortalised in a film that has been made by restored old film clips. Many of them were in an advanced state of decay, but that did not stop the production of the film many are describing as a documentary of a forgotten time.


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