Riel Trailer

Riel Trailer (1979)

11 April 1979 Drama, History 147 mins

A film about the actions of the Metis rebel leader who opposed the Canadian government in two seperate rebellions. (Taken from the imdb page)

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Cast

Raymond Cloutier

as Louis Riel

Roger Blay

as Dumont

Lloyd Bochner

as Dr. Schultz

James Bradford

as Captain Bradshaw

Maury Chaykin

as Howard

Crew

International Releases Dates

Canada 11 April 1979

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21 January 1979

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