A boy and girl face the challenge of the world's last frontier.

Walkabout (1971)

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Under the pretense of having a picnic, a geologist takes his teenage daughter and 6-year-old son into the Australian outback and attempts to shoot them. When he fails, he turns the gun on himself, and the two city-bred children must contend with harsh wilderness alone. They are saved by a chance encounter with an Aborigine boy who shows them how to survive, and in the process underscores the disharmony between nature and modern life.

Director: Nicolas Roeg

Release Date: 1971-07-01
Status: Released
Run time: 95 min / 1:35
Production Companies : Si Litvinoff Film Production, Max L. Raab Productions
Production Countries: Australia, United Kingdom
Release Date: 1971-07-01
Status: Released
Run time: 95 min / 1:35

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Jenny Agutter
as Girl
Luc Roeg
as White Boy
David Gulpilil
as Black Boy
John Meillon
as Man
Robert McDarra
as Man
Peter Carver
as No Hoper
John Illingsworth
as Young Man
Hilary Bamberger
as Woman
Barry Donnelly
as Australian Scientist
Noeline Brown
as German Scientist
Carlo Manchini
as Italian Scientist


Directing Nicolas Roeg Director
Writing Edward Bond Writer
Production Si Litvinoff Producer
Sound John Barry Music
Production Max L. Raab Executive Producer
Art Brian Eatwell Production Design
Art Terry Gough Art Direction
Directing Kevin Kavanagh Assistant Director
Camera Mike Molloy Camera Operator
Camera Peter Hannan Other
Directing Annabel Davis-Goff Continuity
Costume & Make-Up Linda Richmond Makeup Artist
Crew Anthony B. Richmond Special Effects
Camera Dean Goodhill Still Photographer
Editing Brian Mann Assistant Editor
Sound Barry Brown Production Sound Mixer
Sound Kevin Kearney Boom Operator
Sound Gerry Humphreys Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Editing Antony Gibbs Editor
Editing Alan Pattillo Editor
Sound John Barry Conductor
Sound Phil Ramone Music Programmer
Sound Billy Mitchell Songs
Sound Rod Stewart Songs
Sound Warren Marley Songs
Crew Karlheinz Stockhausen Additional Music
Production Anthony J. Hope Associate Producer
Production Grahame Jennings Production Manager
Production Irving Zeiger Other
Writing James Vance Marshall Novel
Camera Nicolas Roeg Director of Photography

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