Fed up with being excluded from drinking in public bars just because they were women, in March 1965 Merle Thornton and Rosalie Bogner chained themselves to the bar of the Regatta Hotel, Brisbane in
Aunt Edna (Barry Humphries) takes Bazza (Barry Crocker) to meet distant upper class relatives, the penniless and pompous Gorts.
Harry (Graham Kennedy) sets Bung (John Hargreaves) straight about the War: the 'commos’ will win and no-one at home in Australia will thank them for going.
Controlled driver experiments where subjects with a blood alcohol reading of 0.08 drive cars and they measure their reaction times, feature in this educational film.
Shot with a big cowboy nod to the Western genre, this road safety film shows the danger of speeding on an unknown country road at night.
As the TV mentions the importance of Vince Gair and the DLP (the Democratic Labor Party) in the election, Labor 'insider’ Mal (Ray Barrett) talks politics with Macka (Graham Kennedy) and Don (John
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.
Bung (John Hargreaves), a soldier from another patrol, comes looking for his stolen pack.