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In The Wake Of The Bounty

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DAVID3166
SKU:
572182
PLU: 9344256010538
One of the most infamous and daring tales of mutiny at sea, the story of HMS Bounty's fateful voyage as presented by Charles Chauvel...
One of the most infamous and daring tales of mutiny at sea, the story of HMS Bounty's fateful voyage as presented by Charles Chauvel...
Format - DVD
Genre - Australian Cinema
Rating - PG
Consumer Advice - Mild violence and nudity
Release Date - 02/12/20

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One of the most infamous and daring tales of mutiny at sea, the story of HMS Bounty's fateful voyage as presented by Charles Chauvel (The Rats of Tobruk) in 1933 is one of exotic adventure, treachery, peril and lasting historical significance.
Purchased by the Royal Navy and refitted for service, HMS Bounty embarked on an expedition to acquire breadfruit plants from the Tahiti region. With Commanding Lieutenant William Bligh (Mayne Lynton) at the helm and a hardworking crew ready to serve, the ship set sail and arrived in Tahiti after ten arduous months at sea. After collecting more than a thousand breadfruit plants and enjoying a taste of fraternisation with the natives, the return journey was less than jovial. Marked with growing frustration and tension between the crew, mutiny soon erupted and the rest became the stuff of legend. In his first ever film performance, screen legend Errol Flynn (Captain Blood) portrays infamous mutineer and man of action, Fletcher Christian.
In The Wake of The Bounty is a detailed dramatised account of the mutiny aboard HMS Bounty on 28th of April, 1789. Fully restored and presented in a brand new transfer, In The Wake of The Bounty incorporates documentary footage, anthropological observations and insightful narration from Arthur Greenaway, helping to make Charles Chauvel's first 'talkie' an exotic exploration into the consequences of this famed historical incident.
EXTRA FEATURES
The Big Picture- Featurette on Charles Chauvel, his wife Elsa, the films and their importance in Australian film history - 70 mins Stills Gallery
DirectorsCharles Chauvel
ActorsErroll Flynn
Film GenreAustralian Cinema
LabelUmbrella Entertainment
AudioEnglish (Dolby Digital 2.0)
Running Time66
Aspect ratio1.33:1
Region Coding1,2,3,4,5,6
TV StandardPAL
RatingPG
Consumer AdviceMild violence and nudity
Year of Release1933
Primary Format - Movies/TVDVD
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