A Whale for the Killing
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"A Whale for the Killing" is a 1981 drama TV movie written by Lionel Chetwynd and Farley Mowat and directed by Richard T. Heffron.
- also known as Der Fremde und der Wal, Eine tödliche Falle, Salvad a las ballenas, Walmord
- begun on (34 years ago)
- written by Lionel Chetwynd
- based on a story by Farley Mowat
- released on (34 years ago)
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Film Sound Editing - Series (Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing) nomination for Tom Cornwell, Jerelyn J. Harding, John Kline, William L. Manger, Michael Hilkene, Christopher T. Welch, Russ Tinsley, Robert Pearson, Dimitry Gortinsky
- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Film Editing - Special nomination for Robert Florio & Michael Eliot
"A whale for the killing" is a book by Farley Mowat.
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by A. Bowdoin Van Riper
and conservationist tracts (A Whale for the Killing, 1972; Sea of Slaughter, 1984).
by Jerry Roberts
Farley Mowat's book, A Whale for the Killing, was adapted by Lionel Chetwynd into Heffron's film about a whale stranded off the Newfoundland coast, near a village that wants to slaughter the beast for profit. But the efforts of a visitor and a local ...
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