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Peter Weir 's handsomely shot reconstruction of the First
World War battle, starring Mel Gibson , Mark Lee
May 1915: Australian athlete Archy Hamilton resolves to help the Anzac war efforts in the Dardenelles. Together with fellow patriot Frank Dunne he makes an all-out effort to join the Light Horse, but finds the shocking reality of war to be a far cry from the glory and heroism he had imagined.
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 FILMS: pages 41-48


Unknown: Peter Weir
Unknown: Mel Gibson
Unknown: Mark Lee
Unknown: Archy Hamilton
Unknown: Frank Dunne
Frank: Dunne Melgibson
Archy Hamilton: Mark Lee
Major Barton: Bill Hunter
Billy Lewis: Robert Grubb
Barney Wilson: Tim McKenzie
Snowy: David Argue
Uncle ack: Bill Kerr
Wallace Hamilton: Ron Graham
LesMcCann: Harold Hopkins
Zac: Charles Yunupingu

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