Rushes are raw footage from a day’s shooting where the same scene is often repeated from various angles.
At a bush camp, Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) is at first spooked by the quiet arrival of an Aboriginal man in face paint.
An Aboriginal protest march took place on Australia’s bicentenary 26 January 1988.
Essie Coffey gives the children lessons on Aboriginal culture. She speaks of the importance of teaching these kids about their traditions.
En route to crocodile country, reporter Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) asks Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) about his age and background.
Tim (Rhimi Johnson Page) and Leesa (Tameka Ingram) embrace at a bus stop. Tim boards the bus while his two cousins watch on.
Summary by Romaine Moreton
The two cousins Tim (Russell Page) and Scott (Laurence Clifford) are sitting on a bench and catching up after having not seen each other for quite a while.
This is a clip from the NFSA Restores digital restoration of My Survival as an Aboriginal (Essie Coffey, Australia, 1978).
Young and old Italians comment on the influence that Europeans have had on the development of Australia at the bicentenary on 26 January 1988. Summary by Damien Parer.
A hectic montage of wheelbarrow races, egg and spoon races, cow pat tossing contests, cuts abruptly to a the couple of blokes sitting quietly by their ute, somewhere in the outback having a cup of