Stork

(1971)
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Stork is a gangly young man, a virgin with an overactive imagination who thinks he’s a revolutionary. Bored with a design job at General Motors Holden in Melbourne, he drops out and moves into a share house with his mate Westy. He daydreams his way through life, bungling job interviews, upsetting ‘respectable’ people, and getting drunk. The only girl in the house, Anna resists Stork’s advances, because she’s already involved with the other two resident males, Tony and Clyde. But when she becomes pregnant and Clyde and Anna decide to marry, Stork, Tony, Clyde and Westy are shocked when they realize that either one of the foursome could be the father. Then the fun begins....

  1. Tim Burstall

    Director

  2. David Williamson

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Bruce Spence

    Bruce Spence

    Graham 'Stork' Wallace

  2. Jacki Weaver

    Jacki Weaver

    Anna

  3. Graeme Blundell

    Graeme Blundell

    Westy

  4. Helmut Bakaitis

    Helmut Bakaitis

    Clyde

  5. Sean Myers

    Tony

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Status Released

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  • December 27, 1971
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 25m

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