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The Trap (1966)

The Trap
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Oliver Reed Oliver Reed
La Bete
Rex Sevenoaks Rex Sevenoaks
The Trader
Barbara Chilcott Barbara Chilcott
Trader's Wife
Linda Goranson Linda Goranson
Trader's Daughter
Blain Fairman Blain Fairman
Clerk
Walter Marsh Walter Marsh
Preacher
Joseph Golland Joseph Golland
Baptiste


Written by
David D. Osborn David D. Osborn


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Release date: 1 July 1967
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"A fur trapper nicknamed La Bete or The Beast arrives in a Canadian village after three winters in the snow and takes a mute girl as his unwilling wife to live with him in his remote cabin in the woods of British Columbia. A very underrated movie with beautiful Canadian scenery that stretches as far as can be imagined. Oliver Reed and Rita Tushingham play off each other very well and whilst Tushingham's character Eve never says a word during the entire movie she shows powerful emotions in her fa"


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