Storm Boy (1976 film)

1976 film by Henri Safran

Storm Boy is a 1976 Australian film about a lonely boy and his pet pelicans living in a coastal wilderness with his reclusive father.

Directed by Henri Safran. Written by Sonia Borg and Sidney Stebel, based on the novel by Colin Thiele.
A dramatic and exciting story that will charm and delight you.Taglines

Tom 'Hide-Away Tom' KingsleyEdit

  • We don't want it.
  • The radio will tell you you need this or that and a thousand other things. You'll want more and more and you'll end up chasing a lot of rubbish.
  • He can learn all he needs to know right here.
  • We gotta stick together don't we?

FingerboneEdit

  • Storm Boy. You run like a black fella.
  • Mr. Percival all over again, a bird like him never dies.

TaglinesEdit

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  • A dramatic and exciting story that will charm and delight you.

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