TAGGED: early Australian film
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Ned Kelly and his gang ambush Sergeant Kennedy and his men at Stringybark Creek. 

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Paula Marsh (Isabel McDonagh billed as 'Marie Lorraine’) returns to her father (Arthur Greenaway) after stealing from a jewellery store owned by John Travers (John Faulkner).

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Paula Marsh’s (Isabel McDonagh billed as 'Marie Lorraine’) attempt to rob the Travers family safe is interrupted by the arrival of Lee Travers (Josef Bambach).

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The love of Paula Marsh (Isabel McDonagh billed as 'Marie Lorraine’) for Lee Travers (Josef Bambach) is undermined by Paula’s feelings of remorse over her activities as a thief.

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This clip shows a re-enactment of the bushranger Ned Kelly being shot and captured by police. It has severe nitrate damage.

Summary by Elizabeth Taggart-Speers

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This clip features imagery of the film For the Term of his Natural Life (originally released in 1927, but restored by the NFSA in 1981).

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A year after Cherry Carson (Isabel McDonagh billed as 'Marie Lorraine’) and her father (Gaston Mervale) have hidden at a remote farm, Peter Lawton (Paul Longuet) tracks her down.

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Cherry Carson (Isabel McDonagh billed as 'Marie Lorraine’) and James Carson (Gaston Mervale) arrive at a society masked ball.

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At breakfast, James Carson (Gaston Mervale) conceals a letter addressed to his daughter Cherry (Isable McDonagh billed as 'Marie Lorraine’) before claiming that no letters have arrived for her.

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Sir Donald Bradman is recognised internationally as one of the greatest cricketers of all time, but did you know he also briefly acted in a movie?