From Robert Fulford of the National Post:
- It’s not always sunny in Mariposa
This 2012 adaptation of a 1912 comic fantasy celebrates the centennial of Leacock’s most celebrated book and falls on another anniversary: It’s 60 years since the beginning of CBC television, which chose Sunshine Sketches as its first drama, with John Drainie as narrator and Timothy Findley (then a promising actor, not yet an author) as Peter Pupkin, the lovelorn bank teller. Read more.
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