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La Bolduc (2018)

This is the life story of Mary Travers also known by her stage name of La Bolduc. Mary Rose-Anna Bolduc, née Travers, was a musician and singer of French Canadian music. She was known as ... See full summary »

Director:

François Bouvier

Writers:

Benjamin Alix (collaboration), Frédéric Ouellet
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2 wins & 3 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Debbie Lynch-White ... Mary Travers dite Madame Bolduc
Anne-Charlotte Côté Anne-Charlotte Côté ... Mary Travers 13 ans
Émile Proulx-Cloutier ... Édouard Bolduc
Rose-Marie Perreault ... Denise Bolduc 16-24 ans
Laurence Deschênes ... Denise Bolduc 11-14 ans
Mégane Lemée Mégane Lemée ... Denise Bolduc 6 ans
Charlie Rose Morin Charlie Rose Morin ... Denise Bolduc 2-3 ans
Béatrice Desmarais Demers Béatrice Desmarais Demers ... Denise Bolduc bébé naissant
Bianca Gervais ... Juliette Newton
Mylène Mackay ... Thérèse Casgrain
Émie Thériault Émie Thériault ... Lucienne Bolduc 14-17 ans
Shanti Corbeil-Gauvreau Shanti Corbeil-Gauvreau ... Lucienne Bolduc 7-10 ans
Lea-Kim Lafrance-Leroux ... Lucienne Bolduc 3 ans (as Léa-Kim Lafrance-Leroux)
Samuel Létourneau Samuel Létourneau ... Réal Bolduc 11-15 ans
Henri Minville Henri Minville ... Réal Bolduc 5-7 ans
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This is the life story of Mary Travers also known by her stage name of La Bolduc. Mary Rose-Anna Bolduc, née Travers, was a musician and singer of French Canadian music. She was known as Madame Bolduc or La Bolduc. During the peak of her popularity in the 1930s, she was known as the Queen of Canadian Folk Singers. Bolduc is often considered to be Quebec's first singer/songwriter. Her style combined the traditional folk music of Ireland and Quebec, usually in upbeat, comedic songs. Written by littlefoot-35240

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Édouard Bolduc is then remarried with Juliette Sanscartier on February 19, 1944 in Montreal, he died December 18, 1976 in Montreal at the age of 84 years. See more »

Soundtracks

La cuisinière
Written by Mary Travers (as La Bolduc)
Performed by Debbie Lynch-White
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Awesome
15 April 2018 | by pogravelSee all my reviews

Incredible movie everyone should watch. I won't go in details but I removed one star because they haven't shown how/when/why she started "turluter" (french word sorry) which she's famous for. At the beginning she's not doing it and later in a show she's doing it. The main actress Debbie is really good hopefully we'll see her more in the next Quebec movies. Thanks a lot for this movie, awesome!


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Country:

Canada

Language:

French

Release Date:

28 August 2020 (Poland) See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Caramel Film See more »
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