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    Forty thousand horsemen

    Forty thousand horsemen

    • Year Released: 1941
    Forty Thousand Horsemen (aka. 40,000 Horsemen) is a 1940 Australian war film directed by Charles Chauvel. The film tells the story of the Australian Light Horse cavalry which operated in the desert at the Sinai and Palestine Campaign during World War I. It follows the adventures of three rowdy heroes in fighting and romance. The film culminates at the Battle of Beersheba which is reputedly "the last successful cavalry charge in history". The film was clearly a propaganda weapon, to aid in recruitment and lift the pride of Australians at home during World War II. Filming commenced in 1938 on the Cronulla sand dunes, south of Sydney, with interiors shot in the Cinesound studios at Bondi. Joe Valli reprised his Scottish cariciture from Pat Hanna's Digger Shows. The film was a massive success at the box office, being seen by 287,000 in Sydney alone during a ten week run on first release. It was released in the USA by Sherman S. Krellberg for Monogram Pictures.
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    Long john silver

    • Year Released: 1954
    Long John Silver is a 1954 United States film production made in Australia about the eponymous pirate from Treasure Island, starring Robert Newton as Silver and Rod Taylor as Israel Hands. It was shot in colour at the Pagewood Studios, Sydney, and the same company went on to make a 26 episode TV series with the same actors, called The Adventures of Long John Silver. The director, Byron Haskin, had directed Treasure Island in 1950, with Newton as Silver. Long John Silver should not be confused with the 1954 American film, Return to Treasure Island, starring Tab Hunter and Dawn Addams. Long John receives grave news from Dod Perch of a massacre from Mendoza who in the process kidnapped Governor Strong's daughter Elizabeth for ransom along with Jim Hawkins. There is also a second treasure cache on the Treasure Island directed only by a pirate medallion. Long John visits Governor Strong and his wife to propose to give in the ransom before they pursue Mendoza. During the pickup of the ransom, Long John goes with Billy Bowlegs to Mendoza's ship with an explanation that Billy shot his two partners to hoard the ransom money for himself. Long John invited on the ship briefs a plan to Mendoza
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    Mr. chedworth steps out

    Mr. chedworth steps out

    • Year Released: 1939
    Mr. Chedworth Steps Out is a 1939 Australian film directed by Ken G. Hall. A mild-mannered clerk (Cecil Kellaway) who has a snobbish, nagging wife (Rita Paucefort) and gambling addict son (Peter Finch) gets fired from his job after years of service. Given compensatory employment as a night watchman, he stumbles upon some money hidden by gangsters and uses it to elevate his social status. Problems arise when the gangsters come after the money. Cecil Kellaway had been working in Hollywood following the success of It Isn't Done (1937) but agreed to come back to Australia especially to make the film at the request of Ken G. Hall. "He was getting much more money than we had offered him but he felt that he owed us something," said Hall. The part of Cecil Kellaway's youngest daughter was played by Jean Hatton, a young singer who was brought to the attention of Ken G. Hall after she won a Deanna Durbin talent quest. She was signed by Cinesound Productions to a long-term contract, later appearing in Come Up Smiling. There is a line in the film where Cecil Kellaway scolds his son (Peter Finch) for betting on horses. During filming this caused the crew to burst out laughing because Kellaway
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