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BILLY AND PERCY

Australia, 1973 (MIFF 1975)

Director: John Power

Billy and Percy is a dramatic reconstruction of William Morris Hughes' Prime Ministership during the period that Percy Deane was his private secretary. The storyline is very closely related to Percy Deane's diary and personal papers at the time.

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