Joe Wilkinson (1999)

| Comedy
A young kid sets about catching Australia's most notorious thief.

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Ian Gilmour
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Cast

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Lewis Devaney Lewis Devaney ... Joe Wilkinson
David McAlister ... Aaron
Gemma Owens Gemma Owens ... Debs Patterson
Bryan Campbell Bryan Campbell ... Anthony Wilkinson
Charlton Hill Charlton Hill ... Andrew Wilkinson (as Andrew Hill)
Olivia Hamnett Olivia Hamnett ... Mrs Wilkinson
Roger Oakley Roger Oakley ... Mr Wilkinson
Anthea Jones Anthea Jones ... Sadie McCambridge
Ingrid Stinkens Ingrid Stinkens ... Rita
Michael Kovalic Michael Kovalic ... Jay
Anke Van-Houte Anke Van-Houte ... Marlene
Chris Harrold Chris Harrold ... Mr Millar
Amaia Fernández Amaia Fernández ... Museum Curator
Stephen Bates Stephen Bates ... Shopper #1
Emma Feister Emma Feister ... Shopper #2
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Joe Wilkinson is a 13 year old Australian kid - popular and smart, in fact smart enough to outwit even the most notorous museum thief in the country...which is exactly what he sets about doing in this family comedy. Joe is joined on his adventures by his best friends Aaron and Debbie. Together the want to clean up the town and annoy Joe's older brothers, who take the brunt of flying custard and mud! Written by Anonymous

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He's here and he wants to clean up the town!

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Comedy

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Has some good points...and some bad!
27 September 1999 | by S.DSee all my reviews

This film is one of those cheaply made family movies that you'd watch one afternoon when you've nothing better to do. The acting is dodgy (especially some of the so-called Australian accents!) and the plot is completely unbelievable. But I have to say that it's all good clean fun and it's great to see the nasty (but strikingly handsome) brothers get constantly splatted with all sorts of gunk!


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