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The Screen Guide

BUNDY'S LAST GREAT ADVENTURE follows the final journey out of retirement of a 2-foot gauge locomotive (collectively known as 'Puffing Billys') from its current home at the Australian Narrow Gauge Railway Museum in Woodford, to the banks of the the Daintree River north of Mossman in Far North Queensland, Australia. Shot in stunningly beautiful countryside in tropical North Queensland, 'Bundy' is a small, cantankerous steam locomotive, which was built in 1951 in the Bundaberg Foundry, and served as a 'sugar-train', hauling cane from farm to mill.

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Crew

Director
Larry Zetlin
Writers
Frank Chalmers  Peter Wear
Producer
Larry Zetlin
Executive Producers
Larry Zetlin

Cast

Narration: Errol O'Neil

Production Details

Production Completion
2000
Genre
History and national identity
Production Company
Gulliver Media Australia Pty Ltd