Now you're talking

Australia, 1979

Film
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Episode of Series “History of Australian Cinema Series”.
The 30s saw the introduction of the “talkies” and a new era of filmmaking began. This was to decline with World War II. Excerpts from many of the films made during this decade are seen in this video. Please note that the commentary by Leo McKern has been recorded on another channel and may not be heard over the original sound recording. Includes b&w sequences.

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Credits

director

Keith Gow

producer

Anthony Buckley

Anthony Buckley

production company

Film Australia

Film Australia

Duration

00:46:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1979

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History of Australian Cinema Series

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History of Australian Cinema Series

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