Unseen 70s Burleigh Point Footage

27 Jan 2019 13 Share

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Dick Hoole blows the dust off a couple of unseen 16mm film rolls from the late 70s. Terry Fitzgerald, Mark Richards, Joe Engel, Cheyne Horan, Michael Peterson, Wayne Bartholomew, Rick Neilsen and a few we can't identify blowing up.

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