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A wild bush cowboy lets loose at a rip-roaring Ute Muster and B & S Ball. When his best mate, a firecracker jillaroo, announces she’s leaving for the city, he wakes up to the fact she’s the love of his life. Amidst a paddock full of utes, bucket-loads of rum, and a rollicking party, he must get his act together fast or lose her forever.

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Marc Gracie  Tim Ferguson
Edwina Exton  Tim Ferguson
Marc Gracie  David Redman
Executive Producers
Bryce Menzies  Phil Hunt  Compton Ross
Dir. of Photography
Justin Brickle
Jon Hume
Ken Sallows ASE
Production Designer
Ralph Moser
Xavier Samuel - Morgan Griffin - Travis Jeffery - Teyha - Lincoln Lewis - Christie Whelan-Browne - Mark Nicholson
Production Completion
Romantic comedy
Production Company
Wykono Pty Limited  Stella Rose Productions

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