Outback Vampires

Australia 1987

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Prince at the Court of Yarralumla / The Wicked / Tomorrow's News
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Directed by Colin Eggleston

Nick and Bronco are out for a ride in the Australian outback when they pickup a female hitchhiker, Lucy. But, soon after acquiring a traveling companion, their car gets mangled by a sword sitting in the road. Now without a working automobile, they go in search of help and reach the town of Yarramula. The town is very odd and it seems they won’t let these 3 newcomers leave anytime soon, despite the fact they can’t help them. The 3 are instructed to call Sir Alfred and he is more than happy to help these new visitors, once they pay him a visit. Once inside the plush palace, the 3 strangers begin to experience weird things and meet weirder people

a.k.a. Prince at the Court of Yarralumla / The Wicked / Tomorrow's News


Cast:
Richard Morgan as Nick
Angela Kennedy as Lucy
Brett Climo as Bronco
John Doyle as Sir Alfred Terminus
Maggie Blinco as Agatha/Frau Etzel
David Gibson as George
Antonia Murphy as Samantha
Lucky Grills as Humphrey
Richard Carter as Stinger
Andy Devine as Jock
David Whitford as Ambrose
Annie Semler as Mavis
John Farndale as Herbert

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