The Last of the Knucklemen Trailer

The Last of the Knucklemen Trailer (1979)

"He'll try to keep the roof on!" 01 July 1979 Drama 93 mins

In the tradition of Sunday Too Far Away, this independent film is based on the classic Australian play by John Power. Pic tells the story of a group of miners living in a camp in outback Australia. They swear, brawl, gamble, and drink heavily. Central to the story is the conflict between Tarzan, the authoritarian group leader and cocky loud-mouth wisecracking Pansy. This results in a bare-knuckle punch-up for the movie's denouement.

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