|Directed by Beryl Fox and Douglas Leiterman|
|Canada, 1964 (documentary, 50 minutes, black and white, English)|
"Documentary portrait on John Diefenbaker. Host John Drainie introduces the documentary which provides voice over commentary on Diefenbaker's recent defeat as Prime Minister and current struggle to maintain the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party. Film presents 'the chief' in a variety of situations including: a fishing expedition in British Columbia; attending a Baptist worship service with his wife; strolling through Rockcliffe Park with his dog 'Happy'; riding the CN train from Saskatoon to Prince Albert; attending a Kinsmen's dinner; addressing a Conservative Party Convention. [...]"
-- Library and Archives Canada (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Produced by:||Douglas Leiterman, John Griffen|
|Film Editing:||Noel Dodds, David Knight, Michael Manne, Paul Nikolich|
|Production Company:||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|