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The notorious 1930s bank robber’s prison break was made infamous through the writing of a young Ernest Hemingway for the Toronto Star. Ryan later charmed his way into parole on the promise of touring on behalf of the Prime Minister R.B. Bennett to promote prison reform, while robbing banks along the way.
When an 1800s land dispute left Jim Donnelly and his family at odds with the community of Biddulph, the quarrel escalated into one of the most bloody feuds in Canadian history - as told in this Canadian revenge western.
James Miller Williams is a struggling carriage maker. Ira Jackson is an escaped slave. Hugh Nixon Shaw is a preacher without a church. Bootjack Mary is an oilfield prostitute. Fairbank is a land owner. They all have one thing in common, They smell opportunity when oil is discovered in the fields on 1850s Black Creek.