In the 1880s, Jack Grant a young Englishman, has been sent by his parents to make a new life in the pioneering colony of Western Australia.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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 Jack Grant
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 Monica Ellis
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 Esau
Jon Blake ...
 Tom Ellis
Celia De Burgh ...
 Mary
John Frawley ...
 Mr. George
Paul Smith ...
 Lennie
Bunney Brooke ...
 Gran Ellis (as Bunny Brooke)
Alfred Bell ...
 Dr. Rackett
Howard Bell ...
 Pa Ellis
Felicity Gordon ...
 Ma Ellis
Don Reid ...
 Mr. Grant
Lynne Murphy ...
 Mrs. Grant
Richard Morgan ...
 Herbert
Lou Brown ...
 Ross
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In the 1880s, Jack Grant a young Englishman, has been sent by his parents to make a new life in the pioneering colony of Western Australia. When he arrives, he is met at the dock by Mr George, who introduces him to his mother's relatives. Jack's life is to be full of adventures, including taming horses and fighting kangaroos. Jack also competes for the love of two cousins. Written by Paul Gerard Kennedy

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11 March 1984 (Australia)  »

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Egy fiú a vadonban  »

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