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"I'm prepared to take a bet on Canada"

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"Robert was competitive about anything and everything." 

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Robert Shaw as Ginger Coffey

An out-of-work Irish immigrant in Montreal remains hopeful that his luck is about to change but his disillusioned family grow tired of his pigheadedness and instability.

Directed by Irvin Kershner

Screenplay by Brian Moore from his own novel

Produced by Leon Roth and F.R. Crawley

Music by Bernardo Segall

Cinematography by Manny Wynn

Edited by Antony Gibbs

Also starring Mary Ure, Liam Redmond, Tom Harvey, Powys Thomas and Tom Kneebone

Released by Crawley Films

Release Date: September 21st 1964

Running Time: 100 minutes

Location(s): Montreal, Quebec, Canada and Crawley Studios, Ottowa, Canada

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Best Picture Winner

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Musical Montage

Movie Theme

A montage of stills from the film accompanied by the title theme composed by Bernardo Segall.

"Watching the World Go By" By Jean-Paul Vignon.

Movie Theme

"Man, Oh Man"

By Alex Hassilev.

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DIRECTOR

Irvin Kershner

(1923 - 2010)