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Let's Get Skase (2001)

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Christopher Skase. He ruled Australia and stole a fortune, fleeing to the coast of Spain. No one could touch him. No one could stop him. Until Peter Dellasandro and a small force of men swore they'd bring him down.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Dellasandro
Danny D'Amato Jr.
Craig McLachlan ...
Eric Carney
Adam Haddrick ...
Rupert Wingate
Torquil Neilson ...
Sean Knight
Nick Sheppard ...
Dave Phibbs
William Ten Eyck ...
Dick Rydell
Vince D'Amico ...
Daniel D'Amato Sr.
Bill Kerr ...
Mitchell Vendieks
Beneheim Bencini
Gordon Honeycombe ...
Murray Bishop
Judith Turner
Vivienne Garrett ...
Ruth D'Amato
Anthony D'Amato
Wayne Hassell ...


Christopher Skase was a white collar fugitive until Australia decided to launch an unofficial chase to get Skase. The man who owned television networks, hotels and companies went broke and fled the country to Spain. Peter Dellasandro assembled a team of five people, including Skase's head of security to travel to Majorica to bring Skase back to Australia. The problem is, before they can go, they have to win over the board of Qintex, Skase's former company. Written by Matt Gilbertson

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The world's most wanted man is about to find out how Australia settles a debt See more »





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18 October 2001 (Australia)  »

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Peter Dellasandro gets off a train at Parliament station (which is in Melbourne) however he picks up the "West Australian Tribune PM Edition" which is not sold on Melbourne, only the regular edition is. See more »


Eric Carney: Dick, don't go soft on me now.
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Skase flick that didn't really materialize
4 March 2013 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing the trailer, and thinking this must be a funny film, but when it came to viewing, laughs ran short, but it was still entertaining if involving. Christopher Skase was over the government, a con man of notoriety, who fled to Miyorka, his island paradise, a safe haven as you will. Here Skase, still alive, who has got a hell of a lot of Aussie folk, angry, where us folk would rather see him six feet under, is the object of a bumbling kidnap attempt, in return for a lot of moolah, he's stolen. This is headed by writer/director/and actor, Lachy Hulme (wonderful as Kerry Packer in last years, Howzat) who rounds up some eager volunteers who've had enough of Skase's games, the kind who are seeing red. Skase is played by a lookalike actor, who in the opening scene, where you don't see enough of him in this, for all you Skase hating fans, rises from a wheelchair, where we first thought he was chair bound. What an opening joke? Andrew Denton here provided a cherished moment, funny, giving his opinion on Skase, and how the majority of public hate his guts. Craig Maclachlan was funny as a personal trainer/fanatic, he was kind of an asset to this film. Alex Dimitriades was good too as one of the the team, who really has it in for Skase. The angrier he was, the better the performance, another entertaining highpoint. It was funny how this bumbling group go about their plan in snatching this man of controversy, an identity who is the arch enemy to a lot of blood boiling humans. But something came apart here or short circuited in this flick, especially in terms of comic status. Here was a good concept for a film, but I didn't get the succession of laughs I expected, although there were some good performances. I loved not just seeing Skase accidentally crashing into the pool on a wheelchair, (a humorous moment, among not many others) but also the animosity Dimitriades's girlfriend was giving Hulme, thinking of him as somewhat of a sham. Lets Get Skase is still an okay watch, but if you're seeking continual laughs, may I suggest Dags or You Can't Stop The Murders.

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