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form y separately published work icon The Apprentice single work   film/TV   humour  
Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 The Apprentice
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'Meet Wayne, apprentice mortician. He's about to have the night of his life.'

Source: Producers' blurb.

The Apprentice was one of several short films to be included Movie 43, a film made up of a series of short inter-connected films, and produced by Charles B. Wessler.

The Apprentice was co-directed by Brisbane filmmaker Steve Baker and Damon Escott, and will be produced by Steve Kearney and Leanne Tonkes (Melbourne-based Mini Studios).

Ultimately, The Apprentice was cut from the theatrical release of Movie 43, but was subsequently made available by the film-makers on Vimeo.

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Apprentice's Near-Mortal Cut Karl Quinn , 2010 single work column
— Appears in: The Age , 26 April 2010; (p. 24) The Sydney Morning Herald , 27 April 2010; (p. 13)
Apprentice's Near-Mortal Cut Karl Quinn , 2010 single work column
— Appears in: The Age , 26 April 2010; (p. 24) The Sydney Morning Herald , 27 April 2010; (p. 13)
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