Where the Rivers Flow North
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|Where the Rivers Flow North|
|Directed by||Jay Craven|
|Produced by||Jay Craven
Michael J. Fox
|Editing by||Barbara Tulliver|
|Running time||114 minutes|
Set in the late 1920s, its main characters are Noel Lord and Bangor, a couple that live together in the wilderness of Vermont living off the land and using the trees in their numerous acreage as a way to make their money. A major company comes through and tries their best to take Noel's land from him through money and then finally trying to kill him in the end. In his books Mosher gives much detail of the wildlife as well as the culture of the times.
- Rip Torn as Noel Lord
- Tantoo Cardinal as Bangor
- Bill Raymond as Wayne Quinn
- Mark Margolis asNew York Money
- Michael J. Fox as Clayton Farnsworth
- George Woodard as Mitchell
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