John Dixon


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Man From Snowy River, The (1982) - It's A Hard Country After the accidental death of his cattleman father in early scenes, Australian Jim (Tom Burlinson) completing ceremonies, accompanied by crusty American miner family friend Spur (Kirk Douglas, first of his dual roles), then challenged by rangers led by Frew (Gus Mercurio), in The Man From Snowy River, 1982.
Man From Snowy River, The (1982) - There's A Trick To That One New on the job at the lowland ranch in Victoria, Australia ca. 1880, mountainer Jim (Tom Burlinson) tangles with witty colleague Curly (Chris Haywood) when attention is shifted by the arrival of Jessica (Sigrid Thornton), daughter of the boss Harrison (Kirk Douglas), in The Man From Snowy River, 1982.
Man From Snowy River, The (1982) - ...And His Charming Daughter Striking introductions, Kirk Douglas in his second role, as the slick, prosperous American Harrison (in contrast to his cranky miner brother), in an Australian provincial town collecting a prize horse, protagonist Jim (Tom Burlinson) with an unwelcome assist to daughter Jessica (Sigrid Thornton), lawyer friend Paterson (David Bradshaw, his character loosely based on the writer of the poem from which the story is derived) mending fences, early in The Man From Snowy River, 1982.
Man From Snowy River, The (1982) - They've All Come Out To Gawk At Him New ranch hand Jim (Tom Burlinson) jousting with mates (Chris Haywood, Gus Mercurio et al) who don’t believe he really knows Aussie local hero Clancy (Jack Thompson), vindicated when he arrives to visit with ranch owner Harrison (Kirk Douglas), in director George T. Miller’s The Man From Snowy River, 1982.
Man From Snowy River, The (1982) - He Was Leading The Brumbies Australian scenery and torment, first Jim (Tom Burlinson) en route back home, then at the ranch, Harrison (Kirk Douglas) finds that his colt’s been busy, accusing defiant daughter Jessica (Sigrid Thornton), who blames the wild horses, and brushing off a defense by his late wife’s Feminist sister Rosemary (Lorraine Bayly), in The Man From Snowy River, 1982.

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