This silent newsreel from 30 July 1948 shows Sir Laurence Olivier and his wife Vivien Leigh attending a charity matinee of Hamlet (Laurence Olivier, UK, 1948) at the Embassy Theatre in Syd
Bundanyabba police officer Jock Crawford (played by Chips Rafferty) talks with English school teacher John Grant (Gary Bond). An Australian lobby card to promote the release of Wake in Fright
An extract from an ABC TV obituary of actor Chips Rafferty, featuring an interview with director Ken G Hall talking about Rafferty's contribution to Australian film.
Recorded 4 January 2018 at the NFSA
Listen to Dr Andrew Pike's special presentation at the NFSA about Australian film icon, Chips Rafferty.
Betty Bryant on the set of Forty Thousand Horsemen holding a basket of oranges with Chips Rafferty and other actors dressed in uniform.
Chips Rafferty and Ed Devereaux taking a break with a cup of tea during filming of the episode, No Trespassers.
Filmed partially in the Cronulla sandhills near Sydney during the Second World War, Forty Thousand Horsemen (Charles Chauvel, Australia, 1940) celebrates the Australian Light Horse of the
This lobby card from the film, Eureka Stockade (US title, Massacre Hill), directed by Harry Watt, shows actor Chips Rafferty as rebel leader Peter Lalor and fellow miners fighting