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form y separately published work icon Money Movers single work   film/TV   crime  
Adaptation of The Money Movers Devon Minchin , 1972 single work novel
Issue Details: First known date: 1978... 1978 Money Movers
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The money movers handle millions of dollars each day, in armoured vans fortified against outside attack. But what happens when the danger comes from within?

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  • The trailer for this film is available to view via YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwEDvsmk4yc (Sighted: 31/8/2012)

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y separately published work icon Not Quite Hollywood : The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation! Paul Harris , Collingwood : Madman Entertainment , 2008 Z1636275 2008 single work criticism (taught in 1 units)

Not Quite Hollywood is the story of Ozploitation.

More explicit, violent and energetic than anything out of Hollywood, Aussie genre movies such as Alvin Purple, The Man From Hong Kong, Patrick, Mad Max and Turkey Shoot presented a unique take on established cinematic conventions.

In England, Italy and the grindhouses and Drive-ins of North America, audiences applauded our homegrown marauding revheads with their brutish cars; our sprnky well-stacked heroines and our stunts - unparalleled in their quality and extreme danger!

Busting with outrageous anecdotes, trivia and graphic poster art - and including isights from key cast, crew and fans - including Quentin Tarantino - this is the wild, untold story of an era when Aussie cinema got its gear off and showed the world a full-frontal explosion of boobs, pubes, tubes...and even a little kung fu!

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