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Amanita Pestilens


"Amanita Pestilens" is a 1963 Canadian film produced by F. R. Crawley, directed by René Bonnière. It was "the first Canadian feature film to be shot in both English and French with the same set of actors" and which included an early career performance by Geneviève Bujold along with performances by Jacques Labrecque and Huguette Oligny. This was also the first time a Canadian feature film was produced in colour. It was filmed at Harrington Lake, Québec, Canada.

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