An eccentric marketing guru visits a Coca-Cola subsidiary in Australia to try and increase market penetration. He finds zero penetration in a valley owned by an old man who makes his own soft drinks, and visits the valley to see why. After "the Kid's" persistence is tested he's given a tour of the man's plant, and they begin talking of a joint venture. Things get more complicated when the Coca-Cola man begins falling in love with his temporary secretary, who seems to have connections to the valley. Written by
Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A movie felt never so refreshing!
Did You Know?
This film was produced without the knowledge or consent of the international offices of the Coca-Cola Company. However, since both the company and its product were depicted so favorably in the film (as well as the film being free advertising), they took no legal action against the parties involved. See more
The room service man hands Becker a silenced revolver. With the exception of obsolete Russian Nagant M1895, revolvers are not able to be suppressed because the cylinder/barrel gap allows hot gas, and therefore sound, to escape. See more
If we got sex out of the way, we could relax.
Catering: 'Kaos' (Highly recommended by the whole cast & crew) See more
References Lemonade Joe
Words by A.B. 'Banjo' Paterson
(as A.B. Paterson)
Performed by Conway's Carnival
By arrangement with Retusa Pty Ltd and Allans Music Australia Pty Ltd See more