The Dismissal

Australia, 1983

TV show
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A fictional account of the events that led up to the decision, made by Sir John Kerr, to sack Gough Whitlam as Prime Minister and appoint Malcolm Fraser in his place. The events covered occurred over the period between 1972 and 1975 and have been arranged, in the film, into six parts. Cast: Peter Carroll, Bill Hunter, John Hargreaves, John Meillon, Max Phipps, John Stanton, Arthur Dignam, Ruth Cracknell, Nancy Hayes.

Credits

production company

Kennedy-Miller

producer

Terry Hayes

co-director

George Miller

Phil Noyce

George Ogilvie

Carl Schultz

John Power

Language

English

Duration

04:42:00:00

Colour

Black and White and Colour

Appears in

Constellation

George Miller

For a guy who started his career as a physician, George Miller sure is a diverse filmmaker.

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Collected

6 times

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