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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Ned Kelly (1970) On DVD

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Actors: Mick Jagger, Allen Bickford, Geoff Gilmour, Mark McManus, Serge Lazareff
Director: Tony Richardson
Genre: Western
Year: 1970
Studio: Olive Films
Length: 113 minutes
Released: July 7, 2015
Rating: PG
Format: DVD (NTSC/Region 1)
Misc: Color
Language: English
Subtitles: N/A
   

 




 


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A bearded Mick Jagger stars as the title character, Australia's most famous criminal, in Tony Richardson's oblique approach to the problem of Irish nationalism. The son of a man deported to Australia for stealing two pigs, Ned is unjustly imprisoned in 1868 at the age of 16. Upon returning home three years later, he finds his mother (Clarissa Kaye) affianced to horse thief George King (Bruce Barry) and his brother in jail for stealing cattle. Hoping to steer clear of further incarceration, Ned starts a sawmill. But in a bar one night, Fitzpatrick (Martyn Sanderson), a policeman--or "trap"--drugs Ned's drink and jails him for drunkenness. After being released, the resentful Kelly forms a gang to steal horses with his brothers and King, and they head for the outback. Fitzpatrick chases the criminals down but they kill him and a couple of others in an ambush. When Ned finds out that his mother has been arrested for murder on trumped-up charges, he offers to give himself up in an exchange, but the provisional governor refuses, sending Kelly and his gang off on a murderous rampage that gains him a following among the poor and downtrodden. Based on a true story, the film features excellent photography by Gerry Fisher and splendid work by Rolling Stones lead singer Jagger.

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Actors: Mick Jagger, Allen Bickford, Geoff Gilmour, Mark McManus, Serge Lazareff
Director: Tony Richardson
Genre: Western
Year: 1970
Studio: Olive Films
Length: 113 minutes
Released: July 7, 2015
Rating: PG
Format: DVD (NTSC/Region 1)
Misc: Color
Language: English
Subtitles: N/A
   

 


 

DESCRIPTION:

A bearded Mick Jagger stars as the title character, Australia's most famous criminal, in Tony Richardson's oblique approach to the problem of Irish nationalism. The son of a man deported to Australia for stealing two pigs, Ned is unjustly imprisoned in 1868 at the age of 16. Upon returning home three years later, he finds his mother (Clarissa Kaye) affianced to horse thief George King (Bruce Barry) and his brother in jail for stealing cattle. Hoping to steer clear of further incarceration, Ned starts a sawmill. But in a bar one night, Fitzpatrick (Martyn Sanderson), a policeman--or "trap"--drugs Ned's drink and jails him for drunkenness. After being released, the resentful Kelly forms a gang to steal horses with his brothers and King, and they head for the outback. Fitzpatrick chases the criminals down but they kill him and a couple of others in an ambush. When Ned finds out that his mother has been arrested for murder on trumped-up charges, he offers to give himself up in an exchange, but the provisional governor refuses, sending Kelly and his gang off on a murderous rampage that gains him a following among the poor and downtrodden. Based on a true story, the film features excellent photography by Gerry Fisher and splendid work by Rolling Stones lead singer Jagger.

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