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in History

The Château Frontenac was named for the colourful, flamboyant, luxury-loving Louis de Buade, Count of Frontenac, who governed the colony of New France off and on from 1672 to 1698, when the Château opened it’s doors to the public.

A FILM NOIR
BACKDROP

The Château makes a star turn in the 1953 Alfred
Hitchcock film, I Confess, which stars Montgomery
Clift as a devout priest framed for murder.