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This 16mm film from my archives highlights a stellar list of young Canadians making their own way in the world, many of them now very famous. Most notably in this list is a 19 year old Jeff Healey in his first filmed interview (not TV), playing with his high school band Blue Direction. Also featured is a very early stand up routine from Katie Ford, Scott Mellanby as a college player, game designer David Bradley in his Commodore cavern, as well as racecar driver Scott Goodyear, gymnast Andrea Thomas, and future accomplished violinist Martin Beaver, among others. This film was transferred with my own Eiki Telecine. Enjoy, eh!
0:00 - Intro
1:16 - Katie Ford (writer, comedian)
2:55 - Scott Mellanby (hockey player)
2:55 - Kate Collins (scientist)
4:09 - David Bradley (game designer)
5:40 - Dean Williams and Troupe (actors)
7:40 - Becky Pifer (musician)
9:09 - Jeff Healey (guitarist)
10:45 - Martina Pracht (equestrian)
12:15 - Brach Crawford
14:02 - Scott Goodyear (racecar driver)
16:02 - Neil Calgrass (writer)
17:00 - Andrea Thomas (gymnast)
18:48 - Martin Beaver (violinist)
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3 thoughts on “Making it young 1983”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Allan Fulton says:

    I saw Jeff Healy at the C.L.E in the late 90s I actually sat with him and his girlfriend and had a drink. He was a very inspiring person. It's sad that he passed away so young.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Tim Samoff says:

    They should do this again today.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars FinnGamer says:

    Martina Pracht has a interesting German accent :D. And she did make it to the Olympics in 1992!

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