Australian Made: The Movie Trailer

Australian Made: The Movie Trailer (1987)

01 July 1987 81 mins

Australian Made: The Movie is a 1987 live concert film of the Australian Made tour from December 1986 to January 1987. The tour featured internationally performing Australian acts, INXS, Divinyls, Models, The Triffids, The Saints, I'm Talking, and Jimmy Barnes. Concert segments were linked by Troy Davies interviewing audience members and musicians.

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as Themselves

Jimmy Barnes

as Himself

Kate Ceberano

as Herself


International Releases Dates

Australia 01 July 1987

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