Grey Owl

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Archibald Belaney was a British man who grew up fascinated with Native American culture -- so much so that in the early 1900s he left the United Kingdom for Canada, where he reinvented himself as Archie Grey Owl and lived in the wild as a North American Indian trapper. He eventually became an environmental activist after renouncing trapping and hunting. Grey Owl is based on Belaney's true story, starring Pierce Brosnan in the title role. In 1934, Archie was living a largely solitary life when he met a young woman named Anahareo (Annie Galipeau), an Ojibway Indian nicknamed Pony. Pony is fascinated by Archie, largely because she wants to know about her people's heritage. Her father, Jim (Graham Greene), is a businessman who wears a suit to work and has little concern for his history; in Archie, Pony sees a link to her past that she can't find in her family. Archie has little use for Pony at first, but in time the two begin to bond, and it's Pony who convinces Archie to give up trapping and work to protect animals. She also encourages Archie to write a book about wilderness life in Canada. The book becomes a huge success and makes Archie something of a celebrity, but with recognition come nagging questions about Archie's true heritage. (In reality, Archie Grey Owl's true idenity did not become public knowledge until after his death.)

Cast

Pierce Brosnan
as Archibald Belaney/Grey Owl
Annie Galipeau
as Anahareo/Pony
Nathaniel Arcand
as Ned White Bear
Vlasta Vrana
as Harry Champlin
David Fox
as Jim Wood
Charles Powell
as Walter Perry
Graham Greene (II)
as Jim Bernard
Matthew Sharp
as Hiker Hawkins
Renée Ashershon
as Carrie Belaney
Al Vandercruys
as CDN Immigration Officer
Stephanie Cole
as Ada Belaney
Renée Asherson
as Carrie Belaney
Stewart Bick
as Cyrus Finney
Jimmy Herman
as Chief Pete Misabi
John Dunn-Hill
as Slim Hancock
Gordon Masten
as Gus Mitchell
Sean Gallagher
as Bill Oliver
James Bradford
as Tom Walker
Noël Burton
as Southhampton Reporter
Peter Colvey
as Hotel Guest
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Audience Reviews for Grey Owl

  • Oct 01, 2010
    I really liked this picture because of the two main characters. Grey Owl/Archie Belaney(Pierce Brosnan) and Pony(Annie Galipeau) two souls who happen to have feelings for each other(their attraction is not noticable at first). Plus if you like the historic Canadian landscape, cute furry animals, and cool Native Indian culture check this picture out. "Grey Owl" is a nice movie to sit at the comfort of your home with a mug of hot chocolate in one hand and a warm blanket to cuddle up too. Doesn't hurt if you watch it with your loved one either.
    Brian R Super Reviewer
  • Oct 17, 2006
    This was filmed where I lived at the time. :p
    Rebecca E Super Reviewer

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