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The Mango Tree (1977)

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Jamie is a young man growing up in the small Australian town of Bundaberg during the early 1940's. Jamie loves his tranquil life, surrounded by the friendly locals, and being brought up by ... See full summary »

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Jamie is a young man growing up in the small Australian town of Bundaberg during the early 1940's. Jamie loves his tranquil life, surrounded by the friendly locals, and being brought up by his warm caring grandmother. But when a local preacher goes nutty, all hell breaks loose for the community, and Jamie leaves Bundaberg for the city. Written by Peter Denzler

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As a nation came of age, so did he. See more »

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16 December 1977 (Australia)  »

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Third theatrical feature film of actor Christopher Pate. Mad Dog Morgan (1976) and Raw Deal (1977) were the earlier films. See more »

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The color patch worn by the Light Horse trooper (who assists the Professor in the early scene) is back-to-front. The leading edge of the patch should show the Brigade color (white for the 1st Light Horse Brigade), while the battalion color (green in this instance) should be to the rear. See more »

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O Come All Ye Faithful
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Written by John Francis Wade
Played by the Salvation Army Band
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A well made, well acted Australian drama
4 December 2002 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Christopher Pate is terrific in his first major acting role. He stars as Jamie, a young man growing up in the small Australian town of Bundaberg during the early 1940's. Jamie loves his life, surrounded by friendly locals, and being brought up by his warm caring grandmother played by Geraldine Fitzgerald. But unfortunately, Jamie decides to leave for the city at the end of the Second World War. Great perfomances by all, including Gerard Kennedy as the 'nutty' preacher, and Robert Helpmann as the drunken professor who befriends Jamie. This scenic drama is beautifully filmed on locations around Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia, which is my hometown. I would recommend this film to anyone who would like to see a well acted Australian drama.


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