A swaggie, Danny ( Drew Forsythe) walks in from the bush, joins in a game of catch with a couple of children, then heads over to Ben and Dot's animal zoo … which has a talking cockie, a bunny, ... read more

The producer company's logline for the telemovie: Join Blinky Bill and his friends as they celebrate the magic of a traditional European White Christmas in the Australian Bush. Extraordinary! The pr... 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

(Note: this listing and synopsis contains spoilers) The small (fictional) country town of Tullageal in Queensland some time in the 1950s, as a story of a bush Christmas unfolds over a couple of weeks... read more

(Note: this listing and synopsis contains spoilers) Australia, December 1891. In the run-up to Christmas, struggling sheep station wife Elizabeth O'Day (Dee Wallace Stone), one time from San Francis... read more

(Note: this listing contains swearing, fart jokes, scatological humour, and other spoilers). The press kit provides this short synopsis of the film: Larceny, adultery, sabotage and treachery... Yes,... read more

(Note: this listing contains significant spoilers). The slick for the Vestron Video International VHS release carried the pitch "One man holds the key to the hottest secret in our history", and "Thre... read more

The slick for the original domestic VHS release had a number of angles designed to promote the film, including a gimmicky free sachet of sand, the log line The Female Version of "The Year My Voice Bro... read more

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(Note: there are spoilers in this synopsis and listing, and the details mainly concern the Australian English-language version). Young Nicholas (voiced by Jack Versace) is a boy living in a Sydney or... read more

Shirley Thompson versus the Aliens