The Invasion (1775-1975)

The Invasion (1775-1975)

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In 1975, as a Bicentennial special, one thousand American history buffs put on period uniforms and re-enacted the 1775 march of General Benedict Arnold's troops into Québec. This short film takes a page of our history which has, perhaps, not yet been completely written.

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The Invasion (1775-1975), , provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • producer
    Paul Larose
  • camera
    Martin Duckworth
    Georges Dufaux
    Pierre Letarte
  • sound
    Claude Hazanavicius
    Claude Chevalier
    André Dussault
  • editing
    Werner Nold
  • animation
    Bernard Longpré
  • narrator
    Griffith Brewer
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