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Dalkeith (2002)

The story of the residents in the Dalkeith Retirement Home who obtain a greyhound. They name the dog Dalkeith after the home but due to the intervention of one of the residents relatives problems arise.

Director:

Leigh Sheehan

Writers:

Victor Kazan (screenplay), Leigh Sheehan (original story)
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Cast

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Ray Barrett ... Tarquin St John Smythe
Gus Mercurio ... Enzo Petroni
Judy Banks Judy Banks ... Doris
Esme Melville Esme Melville ... Maisie Carter
Alan Hopgood Alan Hopgood ... Mick
Marilyn Maguire Marilyn Maguire ... Suzanne Barker
Geoff Brooks Geoff Brooks ... Benny Saunders
Jacinta Stapleton ... Kate Johnson
James Benedict James Benedict ... Dave Bennett
Julie Nihill ... Sally
Gabrielle Leeds Gabrielle Leeds ... Daphne
Alan Pentland Alan Pentland ... Mr. Wilson
Brenda Addie Brenda Addie ... Mrs. Kenwright
Andrew Clarke Andrew Clarke ... Judge Proctor
Wendy Strehlow ... Miss Denham
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The story of the residents in the Dalkeith Retirement Home who obtain a greyhound. They name the dog Dalkeith after the home but due to the intervention of one of the residents relatives problems arise.

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Old age is a bitch!

Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 July 2002 (UK) See more »

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Connections

Referenced in 6 Plots (2012) See more »

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Camptown Races
Written by Stephen Foster
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big heart small budget
29 August 2002 | by james-richardsSee all my reviews

lovely film, which if you can ignore its budget short comings should warm the cockles of your heart. The story is amusing and well told, contains no drugs, violence or nudity, and will find its market in the 50+ demographic I'm sure. Critics beware - Not every film has to be for twenty-somethings.


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