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Ashleigh Louise Klaassen over 1 year ago
So Aussie. So nostalgic. So much cool BMX gear.
Eire Studio over 7 years ago
Brings back memories :)
Ronan Conway over 6 years ago
Russ Cullen over 6 years ago
Tyler Mathews over 6 years ago
Steve Tetreault almost 7 years ago
Laura Kelly 7 years ago
matt sawkill almost 8 years ago
Ivan Maeder almost 8 years ago
Rhett Dashwood almost 8 years ago
Stewart Morris almost 8 years ago
BMX Bandits is a 1983 Australian children's adventure film featuring one of Nicole Kidman's earliest appearances. The film follows the exploits of two young BMX experts, P.J. (Angelo D'Angelo) and Goose (James Lugton), and their friend Judy (Nicole Kidman), also starring James Mackay as the bike mechanic, after stumbling upon a box of police-band walkie talkies. A small group of incompetent bank robbers were hoping to use the walkie talkies to snoop on police traffic and they will now do anything to get them back. The film boils down to a cartoonish chase across opportunistic sites around Sydney, including a memorable escape down the Manly Waterworks water slides, complete with BMX bikes. The film was also known as Short Wave for American bootleg distribution. In 1983, film was nominated for four awards by the Australian Film Institute. BMX Bandits grossed $124,649 at the box office in Australia. American rock band Wheatus has a song titled "BMX Bandits" on their album TooSoonMonsoon....
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