Members of the Grave Diggers Motorcycle Club are being knocked off one by one, and someone needs to find out why! Sandy Harbutt's timeless Australian cult film about a bunch of renegades riding Kawasaki 900s.
According to Bazza's passport shown briefly in the film the following information is on his passport: Born Bondi NSW 25th August 1944; Height 6'3; "Fair Complexion"; under distinguishing features it says "Large Chin"; passport was issued on the 23rd October 1971; "Eyes Blue". See more »
In Caroline Thigh's flat Barry empties the curried chicken and prawn aphrodisiac down his boxers, staining his t-shirt. When he is thrown out of her flat the t-shirt is clean. See more »
Lesley, I don't know where we went wrong... I'm sure it was 50% your fault...
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This film is probably one of the most grotesque I have ever had to watch. But it is also a masterpiece of writing and comic genius. Barry Crocker is brilliant as the naive Barry McKenzie, whilst Barry Humphries is superb as Edna Everidge.
There is also excellent support from the likes of Peter Cook, Dick Bentley, Dennis Price and William Rushton- actors and comedians who did what they did well.
An all-round classic: should be made compulsary viewing!
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