This group of short-subject travelogues was produced by C.L. Chester on behalf of Outing magazine, a pre-1920 precursor to the Field and Stream brand of journalism. There were 52 short films in the series, the first five of which were reviewed in the April 5, 1918 edition of Variety. Of the five, the two that received the warmest audience response were Kaiter, the Perfect Cataract, and On Mount Assiniboine. Reportedly, these two geographical locations had never previously been photographed. The other three Outing-Chester films concentrated on such far-flung locales as Venezuela, the Fiji Islands, and the Porto Rapids of South America.
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