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Shadow Of The Prairies

Canada, 1953 (MIFF 1954, British Commonwealth)

Director: Roger Blais

A ballet depicting the life of the early Scottish settlers in Canada &ndash: the story of a young wife who came to the Prairies to begin a new life with her pioneering husband.

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