Catskinner Keen

Canada, 1973

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Episode of Series “West”.
Bob Keen is almost larger than life - big in stature, self-made millionaire, already part of the legend of the Northwest. His fortunes began with a second-hand caterpillar tractor, bulldozing mountain roads. Now he owns - oil land, operates road, water and air transport, flies a plane, drives a chuckwagon, and is listed on the stock exchange. For all that, he’s a modest man who still likes yarning by a campfire with old cowpuncher pals in the big game country of the Rockies. (Award: Hollywood)

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director

Donald Brittain

co-producer

John Smith

Donald Brittain

production company

National Film Board of Canada

Duration

00:27:00:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1973

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West

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West

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