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Hi! I pray someone can help me. I have been writing a huge magnum opus called, "Marion's Daughter, Carol" for the past 5 years. My bio is on Google+ and YouTube. It's so frustrating. Almost a year ago, I turned on the TV to TCM just catching the ending of one of James A. Fitzpatrick's Voice of the Globe, or Travel Talks IN COLOUR shorts. His voice was unmistakable. I spied out of the corner of my little eye, an immigrant ship going down the St. Lawrence River to Quebec's Port of Call. So it HAD to be 1953 because that is the only year the MS Fairsea arrived in Canada at Quebec's Port of Calls - including Montreal. I have an incredible memory, and remember hearing Fitzpatrick say, "The passengers are amazed at the picturesque, colourful rooftops. They have never seen anything like that before." I have exhausted every resource I could find looking for this video short. It is not "Quebec in Summertime (1949)" or "Quaint Quebec (1936)." I don't see it on TCM list of short documentaries. I have tried everything on the net. I have even written the Historical Society of Quebec, and its Tourism board to no avail. Apparently, the colours of the buildings and houses' rooftops were regulated. If anyone can help, I would be so entirely grateful. Thank you so very, very much Chall