ALIEN THUNDER * (Theatrical Release USA 1974)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.6|5.0 Starsììì

Alien Thunder 
shows Donald Sutherland in an earlier artistic effort. Be aware of low quality film used to produce the movie despite the fact that it was created in the 1970s. The acting and the portrayal are average; the story is simple.


A Northwest Mounted Police Sergeant (Donald Sutherland) tracks a native involved in the death of his partner.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Claude Fournier for directing effort. Thank you to Producer Marie-Jose Raymond for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Almighty Voice (Gordon Tootoosis), Sounding Sky (Chief Dan George), Sergeant Malcolm Grant (Kevin McCarthy), Inspector Brisebois (Jean Duceppe), Emilie Grant (Francine Racette), Arthur Ballentyne (Jack Creley), Edouard (James O’Shea), Corporal Harold Bellringer (John Boylan), Rolling Grass (Lenny George), Small Face (Ernestine Gamble), Many Birds (Vincent Daniels), Napoleon Royal (Sarain Stump), Townswoman (Suzette Arcand), Townswoman (Edna Brittain), Townsman (Marshall Brittain), and Indian Woman (Agnes Smallchild).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. It quickly becomes a film one watches for fill-in time. The Shootist is a better watch than this movie.

* Also known as Dan Candy’s Law

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