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Forty Thousand HorsemenForty Thousand Horsemen (40,000 Horsemen) (1940)
Dir. Charles Chauvel
Feat. Chips Rafferty
This rollicking war romp depicts the deeds of the Australian Light Horse cavalry during WWI. Stars the archetypal Aussie bushman, Chips Rafferty.
Rats of Tobruk, TheRats of Tobruk, The (The Fighting Rats of Tobruk) (1944)
Dir. Charles Chauvel
Feat. Chips Rafferty, Peter Finch
Aussie battler Chips Rafferty fight hard in the Battle of Rommel in this chest–thumping follow–up to FORTY THOUSAND HORSEMEN.
Overlanders, TheOverlanders, The (1946)
Dir. Harry Watt
Feat. Chips Rafferty, Daphne Campbell
A rather odd blend of high adventurism, wartime propaganda, and agricultural instruction, this Ealing production recounts the true story of a…
Eureka Stockade (Massacre Hill) (1949)
Dir. Harry Watt
Feat. Chips Rafferty, Jane Barrett, Jack Lambert
Stirring account of the Victorian gold miners rebellion against British colonial authority in the 1850's and it's violent result. Ealing Studio's…
Bitter SpringsBitter Springs (1950)
Dir. Ralph Smart
Feat. Chips Rafferty, Tommy Trinder
Racially dubious Australian bush western about a 20th century settler (Chips Rafferty) trying to make a living off land shared by an Aboriginal tribe.
SmileySmiley (1956)
Dir. Anthony Kimmins
Feat. Ralph Richardson, John McCallum, Chips Rafferty
An iconic, simple depiction of smalltown life in rural 1950s Australia, loosely revolving around the life of a young boy, whose father is a nomadic…
Smiley Gets A GunSmiley Gets A Gun (1959)
Dir. Anthony Kimmins
Feat. Sybil Thorndike, Chips Rafferty, Keith Calvert
Sequel to the 1956 Aussie family movie, with Archer and Rafferty again appearing, as young hero and local constable respectively. Likeable,…
They're a Weird MobThey're a Weird Mob (1966)
Dir. Michael Powell
Feat. Walter Chiari, Chips Rafferty, Clare Dunne
Classic, even nostalgic Aussie text of nationhood, from the bestselling (hoax) novel 'Down Under' by John O'Grady, in which the fair dinkum 'lucky…
Double TroubleDouble Trouble (1967)
Dir. Norman Taurog
Feat. Elvis Presley, Annette Day, John Williams
Elvis goes on tour in Europe and gets embroiled with a besotted heiress and an espionage plot. Some good tunes (including "Long Legged Girl") hardly…
Wake In FrightWake In Fright (Outback) (1971) Aro Favourite
Dir. Ted Kotcheff
Feat. Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence, Chips Rafferty
After many years in obscurity, this drama has been dusted off and deservingly reappraised as an Australian classic – a waking nightmare of…

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