London’s first colour feature film was called Talbot of Canada. A life of Col. Thomas Talbot, it was shot on the shores of Lake Erie. Much of the original film, and all of the audio, was lost in a fire, but what remained was painstakingly reconstructed by Chris Doty and a team of voice artists. Doty wrote a charming account of both the film and its reconstruction.
There is a copy of Talbot of Canada available at the London Public Library.