They're A Weird Mob
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|Genre||Comedy, Australian Cinema|
|Running Time||107 mins|
|Languages||English (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
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THEY'RE A WEIRD MOB is about Sydney, Australia in 1965, a sprawling, growing city of threemillion people. And what people! Easy going, down-to-earth and hilariuosly funny. In truth, a very weird mob. Into the city comes innocent, Italian immigrant Nino Culotta.The adventures of Nino fitting in with this "Wierd mob", learning their ways and outlandish language makes for a particularly funny Oz comedy. All the more funny it was made by esteemed English producer-director Michael Powell ("The Red Shoes", "A Matter of Life and Death"). Following it's premiere at Sydney's State Theatre on august 16,1966, THEY'RE A WEIRD MOB became a record breaking success around the nation. The cast, although headed by Italy's Walter Chiari as "Nino", reads like a who's who of Australian show-biz legends including Chips Rafferty, Ed Devereaux, Slim deGrey, John Meillion, Tony Bonner, Barrry Creyton, Noel Brophy and Graham Kennedy.
TV Special; The Story of the Making of They're A Weird Mob
Press interview with Walter Chiari
Cinesound Review; A Tour with Walter Chiari promoting Squeeze a Flower