After Mr. Sam

Release Information
February 5, 1975
Toronto (St. Lawrence Centre)
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
Budget
Distributors
National Film Board
National Film Board

Production Details

Executive Producer
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
George Pearson
George Pearson
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Producer
Arthur Hammond
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
George Pearson
George Pearson
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Director
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Director of Photography
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
Director of Sound
Hans Oomes
Hans Oomes
Hans Oomes
Hans Oomes
Hans Oomes
Hans Oomes
Hans Oomes
Writer
Arthur Hammond
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
George Pearson
Arthur Hammond
Arthur Hammond
Editor
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
David Wilson
George Pearson
78 minutes, 1969

This seventh and final film in the series is a documentary record of a three-day conference held in Steinberg Limited's lodge north of Montréal. Here, faced with the stepping down of Sam Steinberg as president, ambitious top-level executives thrash out their differences on matters of corporation policy and objectives, ever aware of the crucial issue: who will be president after Mr. Sam? Sprinkled with Sam Steinberg's reminiscences and reflections on business, full of insights into the workings of a large corporation and clashes of interest and character, the film presents an unusually close view of a struggle for position and power.

Source: Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)

Contributed Notes