Paperback Hero (1973 film)
(Last of the Big Guns)
|Directed by||Peter Pearson|
|Produced by||John F. Bassett
|Written by||Barry Pearson
|Music by||Ron Collier|
|Cinematography||Donald A. Wilder|
|Edited by||Kirk Jones|
Paperback Hero is a 1973 Canadian film, directed by Peter Pearson, which starred Keir Dullea and Elizabeth Ashley. It is set in Saskatchewan and portrays the life of a big-fish minor-league hockey player in a little-pond town. The movie was filmed in Delisle, Saskatchewan.
It was originally titled Last of the Big Guns, but was renamed to reflect the lyrics of Gordon Lightfoot's "If You Could Read My Mind", which was featured on the soundtrack.
- ACCT - Canadian Awards History Search, retrieved 2007-05-27
- Canadian Open Vault - FilmCircuit.ca, retrieved 2010-02-27
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