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The Rainbow Boys (New Restoration)

Available to rent for $9.99
October 15 - November 28
Directed by Gerald Potterton
1973, Canada, 91 min
Character actor Donald Pleasance (Halloween) stars as Ralph Logan, the town vagabond who proudly claims knowledge of hidden gold in his deceased father’s mine. Residing with the cantankerous Gladys (award-winning actress Kate Reid) who tolerates his wild claim. This unlikely pair team up with new to town drifter Mazella (Don Calfa – Return of the Living Dead, Weekend at Bernie’s) in search of the gold mine. Armed with Mazella’s three wheeler, the bickering bunch embark on a quest across the beautiful vistas of the Fraser Valley in British Columbia to find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, in this hilarious action comedy.
Restoration provided courtesy of ZellCo Entertainment.

Reviews

★★★★½ By far, the best part is watching the main cast... For anyone looking for a movie that’s simple but chock-full of bountiful charm, The Rainbow Boys is a must-watch.
- Keesha Harewood, The Uniter
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