Strikebound Trailer

Strikebound Trailer (1984)

20 September 1984 101 mins

Via the New York Times: "...reconstructs the true story of a coal miners' strike in the small town of Korumburra in the mid-30's... based on the real-life story of two remarkable characters, Wattie Doig, a miner who became a militant Communist activist, and his wife, Agnes, who progressed from staunch Presbyterianism to membership in the Salvation Army and, finally, to labor organization."

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Cast

Chris Haywood

as Wattie Doig

Carol Burns

as Agnes Doig

Hugh Keays-Byrne

as Idris Williams

Rob Steele

as Charlie Nelson

Nik Forster

as Harry Bell

John Howard

as Bashed Scab

International Releases Dates

Australia 20 September 1984

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