Blue Fin Trailer

Blue Fin Trailer (1978)

"High seas adventure from the makers of "Storm Boy"." 01 December 1978 Adventure, Drama, Family 88 mins

Based on the children's novel by celebrated South Australian author 'Colin Thiele' , this is an emotional father and son story about tuna fishing of Southern Blue Fin tuna in South Australia's Port Lincoln fishing district. Accident prone son Snook is forever making mistakes much to the chagrin of his father Pascoe. But when tragedy strikes the fishing boat during a deep sea fishing trek in the Southern Ocean, the boy is called on to become a man in a rites of sea passage to reconcile is past mishaps and save both his father and the ship from certain disaster.

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Cast

Hardy Krüger

as Bill Pascoe (as Hardy Kruger)

Greg Rowe

as Steve 'Snook' Pascoe

Liddy Clark

as Ruth Pascoe

John Jarratt

as Sam Snell

Alfred Bell

as Geordie

Jock Owen

as Jock

Elspeth Ballantyne

as Mrs. Pascoe

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United States 01 December 1978

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