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Reel Location: The Ultimate Guide to Aussie Films

Reel Location: The Ultimate Guide to Aussie Films

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Reel Location: The Ultimate Guide to Aussie Films

Reel Location: The Ultimate Guide to Aussie Films

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Product Overview

Product No:
2801850
Author:
Anthony Roberts
Publisher:
Explore Australia
ISBN:
9781741173550
Edition Date:
May 2011
Size:
191 x 211 x 27 mm
Weight:
900 g
Format:
Paperback
Sales Rank:
16042 (See Top 100 in Books)

Product Description

Did you know that because baby pigs grow at an alarming rate, 48 pigs were used for the filming of Babe? Or that the director of Muriel's Wedding had to fly to Europe to convince ABBA to give permission for their songs to feature in the film? Or that the town of Poowong in South Gippsland was selected for the premier of Kenny?

Reel Locations: The Ultimate Guide to Aussie Films is a book for anyone with an interest in Australian films - and for those wanting to relive the magic that was created.

Covering 20 iconic Australian flicks, film buff Anthony Roberts not only details what locations were used for particular scenes, but also offers travel information on what you'll see if you visit these locations now, as well as where to eat and where to stay. A vibrant design, film stills and many quirky facts round out this enjoyable book that is ideal for both armchair travellers as well as eager tourists.

An example of the films covered in this book are:

  • The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
  • Australia
  • Crocodile Dundee
  • Gallipoli
  • Japanese Story
  • The Man from Snowy River
  • Two Hands
  • Wolf Creek

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