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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 William H. New
and Farley mowat (with the creative non- fictional A Whale for the Killing, 1972). Later still Marian engel employed a bear to explore ...
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 ...
by Bernice E. Cullinan, Diane Goetz Person
proceeded to write several more books criticizing the ecological policies of the Canadian and United States Government (A Whale for the Killing  and Sea of Slaughter ). Although M.'s writing expressly for juveniles has been ...
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