The Great Koala Mystery

Australia, 1960 (MIFF 1960, Films for the Child)

Director: Roger Mirams

Sinister koala trappers are active in the vicinity of Ten Town. The indomitable Terrible Ten youngsters set out to track down the trappers; find them in a cave, move up armour and artillery with the latest rockets; attack and hold the enemy at bay until the police arrive. A zestfully acted episode from the first Australian children's serial for television.


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