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The Man from Down Under




My Rating: /10
Rating:  awaiting 3 votes    IMDb

Director:
Release:
1943 August, 4
Country:
USA
Runtime:
103 minutes
Genre:
Drama / War
Production Company:



A crusty old Sargent of the Queen's Australian army in World War I befriends a small orphaned boy and his tiny sister on the night he is to go back to Australia. The Sargent emotionally decides to take them with him. He raises the boy and sends the girl to a prominent girls school. As adults, the boy becomes the national boxing champion of Australia and the girl is a polished and beautiful young woman. As it is mentioned at the beginning of the movie, the boy has become orphaned, and the girl was a ward of the family, without either child's knowledge. This is a lovely film. However, the growing love between the boy and girl are a bit unbelievable beyond sibling love, but yes, it goes there. Afraid, they separate. This is an innocently presented movie about the old guy, his care and affection for the children even through adulthood, his desire to make them happy and safe, and the "miracle" that the kids are not siblings after all, since they are in love. - IMDb

Covek iz podzemlja (Serbian title) Yugoslavia
De Held uit Australië (Flemish title) Belgium
Le héros du Pacifique France
Le héros du Pacifique (French title) Belgium
Joko l'australiano Italy
Papá por suerte Mexico
A Vida Tem Cada Uma! Brazil

Children's Cast:

Christopher Severn [8] 'Nipper' as a Child
Carol Nugent [6] Young Girl
Ernest Severn [10] Tough Boy
Charles Bates [8] French Boy
Maurice Tauzin [12] Jean - Boy
Raymond Severn [13] 'Nipper' at Age 12


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