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firstblood wrote:Don's party. (on Fox Classics)
On the night of the 1969 Australian election, Don holds a party in his suburban Sydney house, where his raucous, rude, embarrassing, extrovert friends discuss sex, politics, and their lives, and seduce each others wives.
Ray Barrett as Mal, a crass former psychologist, now practising as a management consultant
Clare Binney as Susan, Cooley's 19-year old girlfriend, a university student
Pat Bishop, who was awarded the Australian Film Institute (AFI) Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, as Jenny, Mal's long-suffering wife
Graeme Blundell as Simon, a nervous accountant for an industrial plastic company and a Liberal supporter
Jeanie Drynan as Kath Henderson, Don's wife, co-host of the party
John Hargreaves as Don Henderson, host of the party, schoolteacher
Harold Hopkins as Grainger Cooley, a sex-obsessed, loud-mouthed lawyer
Graham Kennedy as Mack, a recently separated design engineer
Veronica Lang, who was awarded the AFI Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, as Jody, Simon's wife and a Liberal supporter
Candy Raymond as Kerry, a rude and snooty painter who has had four major art exhibitions
Kit Taylor as Evan, Kerry's boyfriend, an uptight, socialist dentist
John Gorton as himself (he was the incumbent Prime Minister of Australia at the election, and his party won a narrow victory) (cameo)
Quite an enjoyable movie, Graham Kennedy under rated as an actor was very good.
Candy Raymond, a very good looking sort.
Overall 8/10 and worth watching.
PUBERTY BLUES 
During this movie they had the TV on
The movie shown was DONS PARTY
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