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One Potato Moor

Australia, 1986 (MIFF 1987)

Director: Bruce Currie

A potato-headed scarecrow, stuck out in a paddock. bemoans the fate that assails him "It's not a good place to be this, nowerdays... the pig wants to eat my big fat potato head " He's right. It does.

A pig gets what it wants, a potato gets what it deserves.

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