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DIG A MILLION, MAKE A MILLION

Australia, 1969 (MIFF 1970, Programme 25)

Director: Tom Haydon

An ABC film unit went around the world to uncover the inside story of Hamersley Iron Pty. Ltd. This film probes the issues involved in the debate on overseas investment in Australia through a company nine-tenths British and American owned, financed from America, and selling to Japan.

Silver Award. Australian Film Awards 1969.

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