Warners, who used Roadshow Distributors to handle the domestic release, put out a press sheet with this synopsis: It is 1965 in rural Australia. Danny Embling (whom we first met in “The Year My... read more

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(Note: this synopsis and listing contains spoilers. Please watch the movie first if you want to avoid the details of all the double dealing on this site). Butterfly-collecting, French-accented busine... read more

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The Australian VHS slick had this pitch: From the heart of Rock 'n' Roll comes a story that will touch your soul ... And this short synopsis: 'High Tide' is a bitter sweet story of love lost and f... read more

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(Note: this listing contains spoilers). The pitch on the Roadshow DVD release: The Year My Voice Broke is set in the summer of 1962 in a remote New South Wales country town. Adopted as a baby, sixte... read more

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The domestic VHS release of the film tempted viewers on the front cover with: “Saturated with sleet, carpeted with snow, and blanketed in mist simply surviving is a triumph, starring Chris Haywa... read more

The original domestic VHS release went with “He wants the key to her heart. They want the key to his car!” and “The smash hit comedy from the makers of Malcolm” on the front co... read more

The original domestic synopsis released by Roadshow to the press, with a few cast names added. It contains spoilers: Many years have passed and we now find Max (Mel Gibson) wandering across the deser... read more

A satirical comedy done in science fiction fantasy style. A teacher (Michael Eckersall) reminds his class, and the viewer, of the outcome of the 1990 class wars, which saw the middle class triumph an... read more

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(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

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