May 22, 2015


Slideshows

Gordon Pinsent on stage and screen

Pinsent stars in Quentin Maverick MP. 1966 (CBC)
Who Has Seen the Wind - 1977
Gordon Pinsent with Brian Painchaud
- uncredited
Promotional photo for Manitoba Theatre Centre. 1973
Gordon Pinsent as Edgar Sturgess in A Gift to Last. 1978 (CBC)
Escape from Iran: The Canadian Caper - Pinsent as former Ambassador to Iran, Ken Taylor. 1984 (CTV)
Gordon Pinsent as Edgar Sturgess in A Gift to Last. 1978.
(CBC Photo Service)
Dave Robertso, Gordon Pinsent, Nora Needham and Kathy Kaufman.
- undated
Gordon Pinsent in Market Square.
- undated
- uncredited
Pinsent stars in Quentin Maverick MP. 1966 (CBC) -
Who Has Seen the Wind - 1977 Gordon Pinsent with Brian Painchaud - uncredited -
Promotional photo for Manitoba Theatre Centre. 1973 -
Gordon Pinsent as Edgar Sturgess in A Gift to Last. 1978 (CBC) -
Escape from Iran: The Canadian Caper - Pinsent as former Ambassador to Iran, Ken Taylor. 1984 (CTV) -
Gordon Pinsent as Edgar Sturgess in A Gift to Last. 1978. (CBC Photo Service) -
Dave Robertso, Gordon Pinsent, Nora Needham and Kathy Kaufman. - undated -
-
Gordon Pinsent in Market Square. - undated - uncredited -

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