Mark William Wales
Mark William Wales
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Just one of many beautiful shots from the film, A River Runs Through It.
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I’m currently reading Norman Maclean’s A River Runs Through It and Other Stories. I absolutely love the film and felt it was time to read the book and it hasn’t disappointed thus far.
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Finally got round to watching A River Runs Through It! What a film! Poetry.


Norman Maclean (right) with George Croonenberghs, Diana Lake, Montana, 1949. Croonenberghs tied flies for Norman and Paul, and served as fishing instructor and period adviser for the 1992 movie A River Runs through It. [Included in The Norman Maclean Reader]
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Big Blackfoot River. Photograph by Edward H. Boos, 1905(?).Trees and several tree stumps line the shores of the Big Blackfoot River in western Montana. A ridge of mountains is in the background. History of the American West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library (Library of Congress, American Memory)