Cinema: The New Pictures Aug. 6, 1928

Lost in the Arctic. In 1913, Explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson led an expedition for the Canadian government into the Arctic. Four men became cut off from the main party and were never heard from. Ten years later, H. A. and Sidney Snow set out with cameras to discover what happened to the four men. Lost in the Arctic is an authentic and thrilling record of the Snow expedition. They went up the west coast of Alaska, hunting whales and walruses, lassoing a 2,200-pound polar bear and taking him aboard ship alive, hobnobbing...

Want the full story?

Subscribe Now


Learn more about the benefits of being a TIME subscriber

If you are already a subscriber sign up — registration is free!