(Note: this listing contains spoilers). The original VHS release for the film pitched the film on the front cover as “The world’s favourite adventurer is back for more … much more!... read more

The three segments in the trilogy had relatively little thematic or stylistic connection, apart from what might be called the Commonwealth Film Unit's - the federal government's production a... read more

Australia in the 1840s. A young American, Adam Beecher (Beau Bridges), is wrongly arrested and transported to Sydney. He's given a flogging for attempting to escape but his rebellious nature attracts... read more

golden chook

(Note: this listing contains spoilers, adult concepts and language, and images of Aboriginal people who have died). The pitch on the Virgin VHS slick: David Argue and Gia Carides are cops and an unl... read more

Jack (Bill Hunter) and Gary (Gary Foley), a young Aborigine troubled by a failed relationship with his white wife, steal a 1962 Pontiac Parisienne and hit the road looking for adventure. They steal ri... read more

magic pudding

Australia in the 1880s. Barney, a young boy (twelve year old Brett Maxworthy), a wombat called Amanda and an Irish convict Rafe (Sean Kramer) are the sole survivors of a shipwreck. The trio set out... read more

Amedeo (Alberto Sordi) is a lonely Italian immigrant PMG linesman living and working in the desert near Broken Hill. When he heads to town to see if he can meet up with a nice woman in the Italian c... read more

(left: the title used in the film's trailer - the film's main title is over black, with the barest hints of figures at Gallipoli. It's dull, which helps explain why the trailer-makers took a later sho... read more

(Note: this listing contains spoilers and some of the coarse language used in the film). The nineteenth century. Station hand Harry Walford (Paul Goddard) helps bring a prize bull from Roma railway s... read more

The Blue Mountains of NSW. A group of bush-dwelling children boast about their father's valuable mare to three strangers, led by Long Bill (Chips Rafferty), with John Fernside as Jim and Stan Tolhur... read more

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