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THE LAST OUTLAW

Synopsis

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A serial in eight episodes. based on fact, telling the story of Ned Kelly , the notorious Australian bushranger
Written by REX RIENITS
In October 1878 Ned Kelly with his brother Dan and two mates, Joe Byrne and Steve Hart , were in hiding in the Wombat ranges. They discovered that a police party had made camp not far from them.
4: Wanted-preferably dead! with Lewis Fiander as Ned Kelly
Narrator, WILFRID THOMAS t Produced by VERNON HARRIS

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Kelly
Written By: Rex Rienits
Unknown: Ned Kelly
Unknown: Joe Byrne
Unknown: Steve Hart
Unknown: Lewis Fiander
Unknown: Ned Kelly
Narrator: Wilfrid Thomas
Produced By: Vernon Harris
Dan Kelly: Alister Smart
Joe Byrne: Mark Kelly
Steve Hart: Lew Luton
Superintendent Nicholson: Duncan McIntyre
Superintendent Sadlier: Jack Cunningham
Constable McIntyre: Michael Collins
Fitzgerald: John Cazabon
Mrs Fitzgerald: Margaret Roberts
Scott: Maurice Travers
Mrs Scott: Patricia Dallas






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