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To Shoot A Mad Dog

Australia, 1976 (MIFF 2008, Focus on Ozploitation )

Director: David Elfick

To Shoot a Mad Dog is an insight into the making of Philippe Mora's Mad Dog Morgan, which features Dennis Hopper at his manic worst/best.

Screens with Long Weekend.


D/P David Elfick TD 16mm/1976/26mins

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