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Oakie's Outback Adventures (2011)

Oakie, a young blue heeler pup, is supposed to be delivered to Texas, USA, but through a courier bungle he ends up in Texas, Queensland, in Outback Australia. Oakie is quickly befriended by... See full synopsis »

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Credited cast:
Kathryn Beckett ...
Talia (voice)
Ian Calder ...
Count Croc (voice)
Kate Ceberano ...
Mrs. Brown (voice)
Chantelle Cox ...
Witchetty (voice)
Troy Dann ...
Action Dann (voice)
Jamie Dunn ...
Maddog (voice)
Chris Grew ...
Bruiser (voice)
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Oakie (voice)
Danny McMaster ...
Bullbar (voice)
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Juliette (voice)
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Orpheus (voice)
Warren Williams ...
Aboriginal (voice)
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Oakie, a young blue heeler pup, is supposed to be delivered to Texas, USA, but through a courier bungle he ends up in Texas, Queensland, in Outback Australia. Oakie is quickly befriended by Action Dann (an animated character identifiably based on Troy Dann) and they embark on a series of adventures, meeting many wonderful and quirky characters in the rugged and unique beauty of the Australian Outback. Oakie along with his new friends, relives many of the poems and stories that define the Australian culture.Poems featured in the film include Waltzing Matilda, Mulga Bills Bicycle, The Man from Snowy River and Bush Christening by AB Banjo Patterson and The Loaded Dog by Henry Lawson. This is a timeless story of adventure and excitement with a strong dose of Australian humour, masterfully created to ensure Australian culture and heritage is not lost to the next generation. Intended for families with younger children, this film transcends a healthy lifestyle message and educates children ...

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So bad it's funny
9 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

Honestly, I think the best thing about this whole movie is just how horrible it is. It's fun to laugh at something that awful, otherwise, it is just complete and utter trash. I would be ashamed to have my name put on it, and it makes me wonder if this was intentionally put out into the world, and if so, why?


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