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Lasseter's Bones (2016)

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Synopsis

In 1931 Harold Lasseter’s body was found in central Australia’s desert. His diary revealed he’d discovered gold, worth millions… but that he’d give it all for a loaf of bread… The gold is still yet to be found. Lasseter’s Reef is Australia’s El Dorado; a fabled treasure buried in a vast and hostile environment, a magnet for fortune hunters, cranks and dreamers.

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: May 27th, 2016 (Limited) by Level 33, released as Australia's Lost Gold: The Legend of Lasseter
MPAA Rating: G
Running Time: 101 minutes
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Keywords: Treasure Hunters, Father's Footsteps, 1930s, Australia, Marooned
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Documentary
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Companies: Scribble Films
Production Countries: Australia

Interviewee(s)

Bob Lasseter    Himself
Elsie Lasseter    Herself
Murray Hubbard    Himself
Barry McGowan    Himself
Bob Ross    Himself
Paul Brunton    Himself
Alison Coote    Herself
Dick Smith    Himself
Chris Edgoose    Herself
Ann Gugler    Herself

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Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Luke Walker    Screenwriter
Luke Walker    Producer
Tom Fraser    Animation and Title Design
Adrian Price    Director of Photography
Jake Anvhu    Additional Camera
Sam Davies    Additional Camera
Ronen Becker    Additional Camera
Luke Walker    Editor
Gef Senz    Editor
Ken Sallows    Additional Editing and Consultation
Harry Angus    Composer

Limited and VOD Releases: Below Average Releases

May 27th, 2016

The Ones Below

There are only two non-documentary releases on this week's list, which is really low. Neither of them are earning overwhelmingly positive reviews, but The Ones Below's reviews came the closest. The documentaries fair better with a number of them that should please fans of the genre, including Presenting Princess Shaw, Lasseter's Bones, etc. More...

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