The Money or the gun = The International year of the patronising bastard (Captioned)

Australia, 1990

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A special episode of “The money or the gun” which looks at the community’s attitudes to the disabled. Andrew Denton interviews members of the public and of the disabled community in an attempt to promote a less patronising approach to the physically handicapped. Also known as “The International Year of the Patronising Bastard”. This program has won international awards.

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director

Martin Coombes

producer

Mark Fitzgerald

production company

ABC-TV (Australia)

Duration

00:47:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1990

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