|Director||Harry H. Buckwalter|
|Plot||We were particularly fortunate in securing the co-operation of Captain Thomas Baldwin, brother of the Arctic explorer-and his companion, Captain Hudson, the famous aeronaut, in getting the best balloon picture ever made. The film shows the ascension, the monster bag, Old Glory, slowly passing out of the picture. Then the scene jumps, the camera is in the basket with lens pointed downward; the scene gradually widens as the balloon ascends. First the people waving hats and handkerchiefs are seen. Then the monster steam windlass that pulled the rope, then the bear pits and various pavilions and houses of Elitch's gardens, Denver, and finally at an elevation of about 2,000 feet, a charming panorama of the country immediately below.... search for Balloon Ascension on IMDb|
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