Visitors to the Canadian Pacific-Cominco Pavilion will see a completely new dimension in the art of motion pictures. Francis Thompson and Alexander Hammid, who produced an outstanding award-winning film for the New York World’s Fair, have used a new multi-camera film technique and spent 18 months traveling across Canada to produce a charmingly humorous film on Canadian youth against a background of some of the country’s most beautiful scenery. The viewer doesn’t just see the film – he will participate in it in an exciting and unusual manner.

Film makers Thompson and Hammid had won high praise for "To Be Alive!", which was shown at the Johnson Wax pavilion at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. Their film for Canadian Pacific-Cominco was shown in a unique 12-screen theater. (CD #1 Set 2 #28)