R | | Comedy, Crime
1973 Sydney: An Australian gangster sees booming business, due to U.S. soldiers being in town for relaxing between their tours to the Vietnam war, attracts the attention of first the Chicago mafia, and then their East Coast competitors.
The aircraft that they fly to the outback in is a Piper Chieftain, and actually manufactured and bought into service after the movie was set. That same aircraft is now used within an air ambulance service for flying patients between hospitals within... ...
Well, the Yank soldiers, they told me about these new types of restaurants that they got over there.
Barry Ryan: Bloody mug's game - restaurants - mate. You're up at 5:00 in the morning gettin' the food and still there at 1:00 the next mornin' .
Darcy: Ah, things, ...
Barry Ryan: ...
When Ray tells Darcy to, "Put it away, son", Darcy is leaning against a car. In the next shot, made out to be in real time, Darcy is standing away from that same car.
At the end of the closing credits, the title DIRTY DEEDS appears with the individual letters spinning like the wheels of a slot machine.
$134,510 (Australia) (9 August 2002)
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