This late 1940s cinema advertisement touts the versatility of Pimms – a gin-based, fruit cup liqueur – for any occasion.
Tracy (Bojana Novakovic) is being passed over the heads of her friends at a party.
Superintendent Tilley (Nigel Lovell) tells Inspector Fox (Alwyn Kurts) about his sightings of a drunken man he thinks was Senior Detective Patterson (Norman Yemm).
Walking through the mining fields, Norman tells us how the old people used to work the fields, but the young people don’t work anymore, and drink too much grog.
Behind the wheel driving through the mining fields, Norman tells us that they used to get into his old Landrover to hunt kangaroo for meat, sometimes hitting the animal with the car.
In a sweeping shot of the mining fields, hills of ore dot the landscape.
Shane (John Moore) and Robby (Wayne Munro) are in jail with the Old Man (Kelton Pell). Shane and the Old Man ask Robby if he wants 'to know’. Summary by Romaine Moreton.
Shane (John Moore) and Robby (Wayne Munro) have just been thrown out of a hotel, and now walk the streets of Alice Springs. Shane doesn’t want to walk home and breaks into a car.
Shane (John Moore) and Robby (Wayne Munro) kick back and have a few cold beers. Robby is determined to go to Coober Pedy to mine opals but his older brother sounds sceptical.
The Anangu (how the Indigenous people of the area refer to themselves) women have been invited by Stephen Page to perform at the opening ceremony of the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, and are discus