The Grey Fox

Canada | 1982 | 110 min | 14A

When an aging, but gentlemanly stagecoach robber is released from prison, he decides to go to Canada to become a train robber.


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Director: Phillip Borsos
Cast: Richard Farnsworth, Jackie Burroughs


Hey Canada! Canadian Film Lives… Virtually! Celebrate National Canadian Film Day on April 22nd with a NEW 4K restoration of Philip Borsos classic The Grey Fox. Here’s the deets!! Heat up your maple syrup topped popcorn and tune in April 22nd in support of independent Canadian theatres closed due to COVID-19.

Proceeds from the virtual ticket purchases will help sustain programming and support efforts to reopen these participating theatres: The Revue Cinema (Toronto), Cinema du Parc (Montreal), The Cinematheque (Vancouver), The Roxy Theatre (Saskatoon) and City Cinema (Charlottetown) with more to be announced! The Grey Fox is one of the most audience beloved and acclaimed debut features in Canadian history. Borsos’ revisionist western tells the true story of “gentleman bandit” Bill Miner (Richard Farnsworth), who is credited with committing Canada’s first train robbery.

To learn how to access Virtual Cinema, follow the instructions at FilmMovement.


Rental: $7.99

Price include taxes. Watch as much as you want for 3 days.