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Australia After Dark (1975)

A 1970s 'Ozploitation' documentary looking at a random collection of stories from the "dark side" of Australian culture.

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Credited cast:
Gina Allen ... Underwater Girl
Count Copernicus ... Himself
Hayes Gordon ... Narrator (voice)
Renee Lense ... (sequence "Count Copernicus")
Eyvon Thomas ... (sequence "Count Copernicus")
Len Thomas ... (sequence "Count Copernicus")
John Forrest ... (sequence "Count Copernicus")
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ned Kelly ... Himself
Kerry Norton ... (sequence "Count Copernicus")
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A 1970s 'Ozploitation' documentary looking at a random collection of stories from the "dark side" of Australian culture.

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An exotic world of eroticism, witchcraft, masochism and strange secret places. See more »

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AUD 50,000 (estimated)
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Director John D. Lamond has admitted some of the sequences were staged for this film, but stated that the people were only re-creating what they normally did anyway. See more »


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Turn Back the Times
Written by Eddie Pielk
Performed by Leonie Goodwin
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The "shocking, sensational expose" that shocked no-one!
18 June 2002 | by See all my reviews

Supposedly a responsible and informative look at what adult Sydneysiders get up to in the Kings Cross district (This being the Times Square/Soho equivalent in this city).

Problem was, EVERYONE knew what went down there in 1974. They knew in 1954. I'm sure they had a pretty good idea in 1904?

Consequently this sensationalised account of supposedly deviate aussie behaviour went nowhere. I saw the flick on its release...I think there were 8 other people in the theater...and before you start labelling me a pervert (well, that I AM I guess, but that's not the point) I was covering the flick for a newspaper!

To date, I am reliably informed, the film has yet to return one million dollars!


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