Sunstruck DVD

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This light-hearted, marvellously enjoyable family drama stars Harry Secombe as a Welsh schoolteacher and choirmaster who emigrates to Australia to teach in the sun but finds reality falls somewhat short of the blissful image on the recruiting poster. Filmed in central New South Wales, directed by TV comedy stalwart James Gilbert and co-starring multi-award-winning Australian actor John Meillon and veteran British character player Derek Nimmo, among others, Sunstruck is presented in a brand-ne.

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Released
04 August 2014
Directors
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DVD 
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Runtime
88 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5027626417543 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play This light-hearted marvellously enjoyable family drama stars Harry Secombe as a Welsh schoolteacher and choirmaster who emigrates to Australia to &39;teach in the sun&39; but finds reality falls somewhat short of the blissful image on the recruiting poster Filmed in central New South Wales directed by TV comedy stalwart James Gilbert and co-starring multi-award-winning Australian actor John Meillon and veteran British character player Derek Nimmo among others Sunstruck is presented in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio

James Gilbert directs this 1970s comedy starring Harry Secombe as a schoolteacher who emigrates to Australia in search of a better life. The break-up of a long-term relationship is the trigger that encourages Welsh teacher Stanley Evans (Secombe) to leave his homeland. Upon arrival in the small town of Kookaburra Springs, he has cause to doubt his decision as the surroundings prove markedly less glamorous than expected and the kids he teaches at the local school hostile. However, recalling happier days as choirmaster at a small Welsh school, Stanley quickly finds a way to bond with his new students through music...