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Home on the range : U.S. bases in Australia.

Author: David BradburyJan PrestonJim StevensGil ScrineMike JacobAll authors
Publisher: Sydney : Gil Scrine [producer] : Australian Film Commission. Creative Development Branch [sponsor], 1981.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Examines the existence of U.S. military bases in Australia and how their presence has affected its position in the nuclear arms race between the Soviet Union and America. Considers the question of nuclear arms in Australia in terms of the presence of the C.I.A. in Australia, its manipulation on the course of Australia's political affairs and the mounting opposition by the general public.
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Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: David Bradbury; Jan Preston; Jim Stevens; Gil Scrine; Mike Jacob; Roy Mason; David Ritchie; Fabio Cavadini; Bob Connolly; Harry Bardwell; Margot Nash; John Cruthers; Annie Webster; Shalagh McCarthy; Blair Greenberg; Erwin Chlanda; Australian Film Commission. Creative Development Branch.
OCLC Number: 220165047
Credits: Producer, director, Gil Scrine; script, Gil Scrine, Bob Connolly, Dave Bradbury; editors, Gil Scrine, Roy Mason; music, Jan Preston, Blair Greenberg; photographers, Gil Scrine, Jim Stevens, Fabio Cavadini, Shalagh McCarthy, Harry Bardwell, Margo Nash, Dave Bradbury, Erwin Chlanda; sound, Jim Stevens, Mike Jacob, John Cruthers.
Performer(s): Narrators: Annie Webster, David Ritchie.
Description: 1 film reel (56 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 16 mm.

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Examines the existence of U.S. military bases in Australia and how their presence has affected its position in the nuclear arms race between the Soviet Union and America. Considers the question of nuclear arms in Australia in terms of the presence of the C.I.A. in Australia, its manipulation on the course of Australia's political affairs and the mounting opposition by the general public.

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