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Reckless Kelly (1993)

PG | | Comedy | 6 May 1994 (USA)
"Reckless Kelly is the Australian Robin Hood". Kelly is a bank robber, a pop-culture hero and video shop owner. This modern story tells how he is furious when a Japanese company wants to ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Yahoo Serious ...
Ned Kelly
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Robin Banks
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Major Wib
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Sir John
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Mrs. Delance
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Sam Delance
Bob Maza ...
Dan Kelly
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Ernie the Fan
Anthony Ackroyd ...
Joe Kelly
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Miss Twisty
Max Walker ...
Newsreader
Adam Bowen ...
Bank Teller Marcel
Warren Coleman ...
Hollywood Bank Teller
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Hollywood Bank Teller
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"Reckless Kelly is the Australian Robin Hood". Kelly is a bank robber, a pop-culture hero and video shop owner. This modern story tells how he is furious when a Japanese company wants to buy his band's farm. Written by Kornel Osvart <kornelo@alphanet.hu>

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6 May 1994 (USA)  »

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Robin Hood Junior  »

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$203,602
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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

When Ned Kelly rides to "work" there's a shot where he rides his bike on a long, desolate highway in a big sweeping bend. This highway is the same location as used for the climactic tanker-crash in Mad Max: The Road Warrior. See more »

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No fly was harmed during the making of this motion picture. See more »

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Referenced in 20 to 1: Great Aussie Movies (2006) See more »

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Wild Thing
Written by Chip Taylor
Performed by Divinyls (as Divinyls)
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A must for daft comedy fans
13 July 2000 | by See all my reviews

Serious humour may well be a bit of an acquired taste, it's cheesy and juvenile (not in a Farrelly brothers sick kind of way, more just silly really, with lots of rock'n'roll'n'motorbikes thrown in) but I laugh like a crazy man every time I see this. It is a bit disjointed in parts but overall is a worthy successor to the great Young Einstein, particularly the visuals which in parts are quite stunning, I'd love to see this in a cinema or at least in widescreen on a really massive TV, it's quite beautiful really. Serious again plays a lead who aims at supercool but comes over more as cute, in a cute-little-puppy kind of way, Alexei Sayle and Hugo Weaving (of Matrix fame) make good villains and our hero's trip to Hollywood is magnificently over-the-top. A real treat for the initiated, others should give it a go, you might just end up loving it.


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