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The Best of Oz: The Odd Angry Shot


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continues a season of films from Australia.
Tonight starring Graham Kennedy John Hargreaves Bryan Brown
The futility and brutality of war is the central theme of this ambitious
Australian movie portraying a Special Air Service regiment on a tour of duty in Vietnam. Four of the men on a year's active service become firm friends, but their comradeship is increasingly pressured by the dangerous patrols they undertake.
Screenplay by TOM JEFFREY , based on the novel by WILLIAM NAGLE
* FILMS: page 27


Unknown: Graham Kennedy
Unknown: John Hargreaves
Unknown: Bryan Brown
Unknown: Tom Jeffrey
Novel By: William Nagle
Producers: Sue Milliken
Producers: Tom Jeffrey
Directed By: Tom Jeffrey
Harry: Graham Kennedy
'Bung' Holey: John Hargreaves
Bill: John Jarratt
Rogers: Bryan Brown
Dawson: Graeme Blundell
Medic: Richard Moir
Scott: Ian Gilmore
Lt Golonka: John Allen
Isaacs: Brandon Burke
Cook: Graham Rouse
Black Ronnie: Tony Barry
Warrant officer: Max Cullen
Sergeant major: Mike Harris
Intelligence corporal: John Fitzgerald
Padre: Johnny Garfield

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The Best of Oz: The Odd Angry Shot

BBC Two England, 23 September 1986 21.00

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