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The Shiralee
also called a 1987 Australian TV film directed by George Ogilvie and has one more synonym

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  1. a 1957 film made by the British Ealing Studios, directed by Leslie Norman and based on the novel by D'Arcy Niland

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  2. tells the story of the itinerant rural worker Macauley -sometimes described as a “swagman” or “swaggie”-who suddenly finds himself taking responsibility for his child

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  3. Although all exterior scenes were filmed in Australia and Australian actors Charles Tingwell, Bill Kerr and Ed Devereaux played in supporting roles, the film is really a British film made in Australia, rather than an Australian film

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  4. based on the same novel

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