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The Underdog's Tale (2007)

The story of Eric, an "alcoholic, loser and blood nut" and his wonderful/terrible and very funny journey towards winning the love of his life, Louise.

Director:

Ross Wilson

Writers:

Jim Loftus, Jon Terry
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dawn Albinger Dawn Albinger ... Susan
Tim Boyle ... Berni
Martin Challis Martin Challis ... Prof Dallow
Helen Christinson ... Clarise
Sophie Cleary Sophie Cleary ... Louise
Jacqui Duncan ... Blackjack Dealer (as Jacqueline Duncan)
Sue Dwyer Sue Dwyer ... Mum
Mark Earnshaw Mark Earnshaw ... Noel
Rochelle Foley Rochelle Foley ... TV researcher
Sandra Galvin Sandra Galvin ... Noelene
Leonard Goldberg ... Hank
Elise Greig Elise Greig ... Doreen (as Elise Grieg)
Richard Klinge Richard Klinge ... Sid
Todd Levi ... Roderick
Ashley Lyons Ashley Lyons ... Martin
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Eric would have the brains and talent to run the United Nations if it weren't for certain "attitude" problems, including a massive chip on his shoulder. We follow Eric's wonderful, terrible and very funny journey towards winning the love of his life, Louise. Written by Ross Wilson

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"Face it Eric, you're a loser, an alcoholic and a blood nut!"

Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 July 2007 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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This movie charms with its spontanety and crisp dialogue.
4 August 2007 | by jloftus-1See all my reviews

Great to a film with some freshness and vitality after the laborious mindless stuff that seems to dim our senses. Look forward to whatever this talented crew come up with in the future. Australia makes few films now days and good to see a slice of the underbelly of the Australia, the inner city, vagrant who could be anything, we've all known one and most often they disappear without realising anything of worth. Adolf Hitler was an example of the homeless man with potential waiting for his moment. No doubt an evil man but with vast resources of will. Eric is much more ordinary but is dynamic and quick thinking, he has heart and in the best Australian tradition willing to have a go.


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