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Advertisement, Daily Herald [Adelaide], 29 July 1915, p.2
form y separately published work icon Within Our Gates single work   film/TV  
Alternative title: Deeds that Won Gallipoli
Adaptation of The Man Who Stayed at Home Lechmere Worrall , Harold Terry , 1914 single work drama
Issue Details: First known date: 1915... 1915 Within Our Gates
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'It tells a highly dramatic story of the war, and depicts in a tense and gripping manner the heoric part played by our boys in storming the heights of Gallipoli. Designed, primarily, to waken the nation to a vivid realisation of the German spy peril, the film has succeeded far beyond the most sanguine hopes of the producers.'

Source:

'Within Our Gates', Warrnambool Standard, 2 November 1915, p.2.

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