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Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine /
National Film Board of Canada.
Montreal : National Film Board of Canada, 1962.
1 online resource, 1 streaming video file (28 min.) : digital, stereo, sd., b&w
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Montreal : National Film Board of Canada, 1962.
credits note
Director, Pierre Patry ; producer, Bernard Devlin ; executive producer, Guy Glover ; script, Lise Lavallée, Pierre Patry ; photography, François Séguillon, Gilles Gascon ; sound, Joseph Champagne ; editing, Pierre Patry, Victor Jobin ; sound editing, Marguerite Payette ; re-recording, Ron Alexander, Roger Lamoureux ; cast, Paul Alain, Jacques Auger, Len Birman, Jean Coutu, Eric Donkin, Jean Gascon, Paul Guèvremont, Paul Hébert, Basil Schapiro, Lionel Villeneuve.
general note
Original production in French.
He died prematurely, but he left French Canada a legacy of political freedom. Made in Montréal, in the old Court House where Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine held office as Chief Justice, the film begins on the day of his death, flashing back to tense moments in his life.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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