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Historic tug Arthur Foss back in the film spotlight

Feb 26, 2014 10:31 AM

The 125-year-old star of "Tugboat Annie" lands a new role in a documentary

Courtesy Seattle Times

(SEATTLE) — The 125-year-old tugboat Arthur Foss, featured in the 1933 MGM film "Tugboat Annie," is the subject of a new documentary, The Seattle Times reported. Students at the Art Institute of Seattle filmed "Arthur Foss: Iconic Tugboat of the Northwest," which will be shown March 6 at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.

Click here to read the newspaper's story.

Feb 26, 2014 11:55 pm
 Posted by  Northwest Seaport

Northwest Seaport is honored to have been invited by the National Park Service to screen the new documentary, "Arthur Foss: Iconic Tugboat of the Northwest," at their Seattle facility. Students from the local Seattle Art Institute directed, filmed and interviewed a former Arthur Foss crew member, a shipwright, historians, a nautical archaeologist, and Northwest Seaport board and staff members to capture this incredible story. Photos from various collections, such as the Foss Maritime Co and renowned tug captain, historian and previous owner of Fremont Tugboat Co, Mark Freeman, were used to help provide the visual back story. Join us in celebrating this museum ship's 125-year old anniversary by visiting the website: nwseaport.org Thanks!

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