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Snow: The Movie (1982)

Two likable larrikins check into Sundance Inn, Falls Creek, for the weekend of their lives. Aided by a disreputable ski come sex instructor, they relentlessly pursue girls, but all in vain.

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Darren
Lance Curtis ...
Wayne
Peter Moon ...
Bruno
Peppie D'Or ...
Pepi (as Peppie Angliss)
Jeannie O'Donnell ...
Pam
Tom Coltraine ...
Bruce
Geoff Kelso ...
Uncle Jack
Eddie Zandberg ...
Hamish McAlpine
Ian McFadyen ...
Ian
Scott Fulmer ...
Ski instructor
Angela Rea ...
Mrs. Castellucia
Totty ...
Fony
Yvonne Visser ...
Ms. Mountain
Jenny King ...
Girl
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Two likable larrikins check into Sundance Inn, Falls Creek, for the weekend of their lives. Aided by a disreputable ski come sex instructor, they relentlessly pursue girls, but all in vain.

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13 June 1982 (USA)  »

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Snow Bunnies  »

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AUD 420,000 (estimated)
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Sound Rock
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Funny, satirical view of the ski scene in Australia.
13 January 2001 | by See all my reviews

An excellent, funny view of skiing in Australia. Especially wicked are the caricatures of the various types of people which may be found on the snow fields of Australia.

Anyone who enjoys skiing will enjoy this movie. The fun of getting on (and *staying* on) the t-bar for the first time. Trying to get off the chair lift for the first time. The arrogant Europeans, especially the Germans, as they look down upon the locals. The BS merchants who just stay down the bottom and then "talk a good game" in the bar later on.

Some excellent comedy from David Argue and the, sadly, late Lance Curtis!

As Molly used to say, "Do yourselves a favour!"


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