Ned Kelly Uncovered

Join well-known British actor, author and presenter Tony Robinson on an archaeological dig unearthing details of Ned Kelly's infamous last gun battle in 1880. The documentary follows the first ever excavation of the Glenrowan Inn site where the iconic Australian bushranger and his gang holed up for a showdown with police. The dramatic siege which lasted over 24 hours, ended with Ned Kelly's capture and the death of gang members Joe Byrne, Dan Kelly and Steve Hart. Nearly 130 years later, can a team of archaeologists and historians reveal new insight into Ned Kelly's final moments of freedom?

Year: 2009
Genre: Documentaries, Biography, Historical, Docos - Historical
Country: Australia, UK
Director: Alex West
Starring: Tony Robinson
Duration: 61 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Documentary (Historical)



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