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100,000 Cobbers is a 1942 dramatised documentary made by director Ken G. Hall for the Australian Department of Information during World War II to boost recruitment into the armed forces. Grant Taylor, Joe Valli and Shirley Ann Richards play fictitious characters.

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  • 100,000 Cobbers is a 1942 dramatised documentary made by director Ken G. Hall for the Australian Department of Information during World War II to boost recruitment into the armed forces. Grant Taylor, Joe Valli and Shirley Ann Richards play fictitious characters.
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  • 100,000 Cobbers
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  • 1976.0
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  • Bert Nicholas
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  • Australia
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  • British Empire Films
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  • William Shepherd
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  • English
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  • Ken G. Hall
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