Using keel and flat boats, canoes,
horses and their own foot power, explorers Lewis & Clark
opened The West. This film authentically retraces that epic
journey by carefully following their letters,
field notes and journals
- Lewis & Clark was filmed at the actual
sites where Meriwether Lewis and William Clark made their
preparations and journeyed into the history books, including
Harpers Ferry, St. Charles, Ft. Mandan,
Pompeys Pillar, Great Falls, Gates of the Rockies, Three
Forks, Lemhi Pass, The Lolo Trail, Fort Clatsop and many, many more.
This wonderfully crafted film
begins at Jefferson’s home of Monticello and takes us through
the planning, provisioning and incredible journey up the Missouri
River with Sacagawea guiding the explorers, over the Rockies
and down the Snake and Columbia Rivers to the sea, surviving
freezing temperatures and starvation.
This dramatic and beautiful film even features the works of great artists and sculptors of the
West including Charles M. Russell, John Clymer and Bob Scriver.
Four Indian tribes highlight the story where major incidents
Filmmaker Robin D. Williams brings
his careful research of the original diaries and maps of Lewis & Clark
to the screen, photographing the West as the Corps of Discovery
saw it. Discover the frontier as they did! Don’t be left behind!
Join Lewis & Clark on an unforgettable journey across the