GINGER MEGGS (1982)
Based on Jim Bancks’s much-loved Australian comic strip, first appearing in 1921, Ginger Meggs is the live-action adaptation of a tale about an unruly, young mischief maker who is constantly getting himself in trouble in spite of his good intentions.
In an Australian country town in the 1940s, Ginger Meggs’ (Paul Daniel) reputation precedes him – he is an unruly prankster who plays truant, gets involved in fights and tells tall tales. While searching for his stolen monkey, Ginger encounters a jewel thief and sets out to win the heart of childhood crush Minnie Peters (Shelley Armsworth).
However, along with the never-ending nuisance of school life, his rival Eddie Coogan, and bully Tiger Kelly – life can be tough for a young upstart - especially if there's fishing to be done!
Presented in a brand new transfer, expertly photographed by Oscar® winner John Seale (The English Patient), and featuring Aussie acting stalwarts Garry McDonald, Harold Hopkins, Ross Higgins, John Wood, Terry Camilleri and Hugh Keays-Byrne, Ginger Meggs is a colourful comic delight, celebrating the cheeky side of Aussie life.
- THEATRICAL TRAILER
- Garry McDonald
- Hugh Keays-Byrne
- John Wood
- Paul Daniel
- Jonathan Dawson