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Title The Chifleys of Busby Street
Published Canberra : Ronin Films, [2007]


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  994.05 Pik/Cob  AVAILABLE
Description 1 videodisc (DVD) (approximately 74 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Summary Ben Chifley was a railway engine-driver who became Australia's best loved Prime Minister in 1945. This film is an attempt to find and share the communal memory of Ben and his wife, Elizabeth, that lives on in their hometown of Bathurst, New South Wales. The stories and memories of over 50 friends, neighbours and colleagues contribute to an emotional and eloquent portrait of a remarkable community and a national leader
Notes Title from disc surface
Subtitle on container: ...a community remembers
"Produced with the assistance of the Australian Film Commission, ArtsACT and the National Museum of Australia"--Container
Credits Director, writer Andrew Pike ; producers Andrew Pike, Harriet Pike ; co-producer & historian Robin McLachlan
Performer Voice of Ben Chifley, Tony Barry
Notes Censorship classification: G
PAL ; All regions
DVD. Region unspecified
SUBJECT Chifley, J. B. (Joseph Benedict), 1885-1951.
Chifley, J. B. (Joseph Benedict), 1885-1951 -- Anecdotes.
Subject Prime ministers -- Australia -- Anecdotes.
SUBJECT Bathurst (N.S.W.) -- History.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Video recordings.
Author Pike, Andrew, 1946-
Barry, Tony, 1941-