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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
On June 27, 1880, the Kelly gang emerged from hiding and took over the small township of Glcnrowan. Anticipating the arrival of police reinforcements by special train, the Kellys planned to wreck it by tearing up a length of railway line outside the town.
8: The Siege of Glcnrowan with Lewis Fiander as Ned Kelly
Narrator, WILFRID THOMAS Produced by VERNON HARRIS

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Kelly.
Written By: Rex Rienits
Unknown: Lewis Fiander
Narrator: Wilfrid Thomas
Produced By: Vernon Harris
Dan Kelly: Alister Smart
Steve Hart: Lew Luton
Joe Byrne: Mark Kelly
Superintendent Hare: Russell Napier
Superintendent Sadlier: Jack Cunningham
Thomas Curnow: John Cazabon
Mrs Curnow: Laurel Mather
Mrs Jones: Ella Milne
Inspector O'Connor: Robert Hewitt
Father Gibney: Michael Collins
Neil McHugh: David Eadie






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