The Rivers Run Trailer

The Rivers Run Trailer (1990)

01 January 1990

Cyrus James (Parker Stevenson), an American traveling in Australia at the turn of the century, encounters the riverboat Philadelphia, skippered by Brenton Edwards (John Waters) and his family. The Edwards clan loves plying the river, but when patriarch Brenton is unjustly sent to prison, Cyrus does all he can to help the family put bread on the table until their father can return home.

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