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The Crocodile Hunter: A Tribute to Steve Irwin (2006)

TV Movie  |   |  Documentary  |  6 September 2006 (Australia)
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Rembering all the good times of Steve Irwin.

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The Crocodile Hunter: A Tribute to Steve Irwin
6 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When I heard that Steve Irwin had died (stingray attack), I knew I had to watch this as I used to find him really fun and interesting. When I actually watched this, I didn't realise he did that much for his home country and ours, it makes me wish I'd paid more attention than I actually did to him on TV. It was a really focus on the many programmes, documentaries and mainly contributions he has made for the world. With tributes from family and friends, including David Bellamy, Nigel Marven, Terry Nutkins Kathy Lette, Jono Coleman and Germaine Greer. A good archive documentary about a good man, he will be sorely missed. Very good!


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