Oondamooroo: a profile of Ernie Dingo

Australia, 1992

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The Aboriginal actor Ernie Dingo talks about his career, his origins, influences on his life and his feelings about his aboriginality. Features excerpts from his work on stage and screen, interviews with friends, mentors, family and wife and shows him at work teaching Aboriginal children to develop self-respect and white children to understand Aboriginal culture and history. An engaging look at an impressive and likeable personality.

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