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Mad Dog Morgan : the true story of Australia's most infamous bushranger

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Subjects Morgan, Daniel, - 1830-1865. | Bushrangers - Australia - Biography.
Illustrated with historic prints and color scenes from the brilliant motion picture, Mad dog." [produced by Motion Picture Productions]
"This book is based on original research by Margaret Carnegie into the life and times of Daniel Morgan." for the film
Mad Dog Morgan 1976 Australian bushranger film
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Paperback, 62 pages
Published 1976 by Melbourne : Southdown Press, [1976?]
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I have the book but can't find it, so the cover picture is from the DVD but is close enough to the original being a shot from the film.

Mad Dog Morgan is probably the antithesis of Ned Kelly, certainly not a hero. The film is very violent & Dennis Hopper as Dan was scary, though I think if memory serves it got a rotten tomato award.

Notes from wiki on Dan Morgan;

"John Fuller (aka Daniel Morgan; 1830 – 9 April 1865) was an Australian bushrange
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