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See full summary » Dawson City: Frozen Time, pieces together the bizarre true history of a collection of some 500 films dating from 1910s - 1920s, which were lost for over 50 years until being discovered buried in a sub-arctic swimming pool deep in the Yukon Territory, in Dawson City, located about 350 miles south of the Arctic Circle.

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Among the names we recognize who stayed at one time or another in Dawson City were Hän Chief Isaac, Jack London, Fred Trump (Donald's grandfather), Eric Hegg as well as Sid Grauman, Tex Rickard, Klondike Kate, Alexander Pantages, Philadelphia Jack O' Brien, Fatty Arbuckle, Daniel and Solomon Guggenheim, Robert Service, and William Desmond Taylor, names that later became famous in Hollywood.See what hookup culture is all about, browse our sex personals, and find online sex friends, friends-with-benefits, and sex hook-ups, fast! "Discreet sex is great, and I needed that, but it’s not enough. The women I talk to have the same need for discreet, no-strings sex I do, plus there’s no shame in matching up with someone that wants the same specific things.Try going to a bar and telling a strange woman you’re into S&M, and you’d really like to spank her. I’ve canceled my membership to every other site." Richard "Sometimes I just needed some variety, but I was constantly paranoid about getting caught.What happened in between the city's heady gold rush days and its demise has been documented by Bill Morrison ("The Great Flood") in his fascinating film Dawson City: Frozen Time.Rescued from 533 nitrate reels of film buried for decades beneath an ice rink in Dawson City, Morrison put together a treasure trove of silent films, newsreels, travelogues, and sports footage spanning from 1897 until the 1970s, films once thought lost forever.Dawson City: Frozen Time is a snapshot in time of a people thinking big and taking risks, some sadly at the expense of those who had lived there for thousands of years.It is a reminder of an age that has passed, but one whose ramifications have not.It was these that were found in 1978, many of them well preserved under the ice, others in various states of decay.In the clips, some that only last a few seconds, Morrison demonstrates through visual poetry how the patterns of deterioration can add themselves to the beauty of the experience.Though the discovery and restoration of the buried reels by Yukon historians Michael Gates and Kathy Jones-Gates took place in 1978, it was not until 2013 that Morrison met with Paul Gordon, film conservator for Library and Archives Canada who agreed to share the collection with a wider audience.Through the magic of the silent films, we see images of the city turned into a haven for adventurers seeking gold and entertainments in brothels, gambling halls, and theaters.