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Lagged - The Story of a Convict

Australia, 1969 (MIFF 1970, Australian films)

Director: John Clark, Henrietta Clark

The story of a young convict lad: his life in London during the late 18th century his transportation to New South Wales, and his life in the new colony.

Silver Award. Australian Film Awards 1969

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