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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Shane Maloney Presents Death in Brunswick
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'Back in the late seventies, I was a booking agent for rock bands. Off duty, I had an occasional tipple with a barfly named Boyd Oxlade. When pub rock was killed by stand-up comedy, I changed jobs, bought a house in Brunswick and gave up tippling with barflies.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Australian Perspectives Essays Australian Centre for the Moving Image , Melbourne : Australian Centre for the Moving Image , 2010 11373133 2010 website criticism

    'As part of the Australian Perspectives program at ACMI, industry guests and cinema academics discuss Australian films, and directors provide us with some exclusive insights into their work. ' (Website introduction)

    Melbourne : Australian Centre for the Moving Image , 2010
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