Les Portes Tournantes Film Almonte 1987

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Les Portes Tournantes  Film Almonte 1987

 

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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
30 Jun 1987, Tue  •  Page 33

 

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Photo Leo Bruce

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Photo Leo Bruce

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Thanks to Sarah Fourney

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Paul Latour

Production data

  • Colors / Black and white: Color
  • Languages: French
  • Original duration: 101 minutes and 3 seconds
  • Type of footage: Feature film
  • Formats: Support: 35 mm Projection: 1: 1.66 Distribution: 1/2 inch
  • Cost: 3,731,515
  • Production start year: 1987
  • Year of end of production: 1987
  • Locations and shooting dates: Almonte (Ontario), Canada; Montreal; Stanstead, Canada: Ontario

 

 

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