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Title My Place : 1858 - Benjamin - Series 2, Ep 3 Of 13 / Director: Rowland, Michael James.

Published Australia : ABC3 [broadcaster], 2011 July 10 at 17:00:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (24 min. 5 sec.) ; 141006019 bytes
Series My Place ; Series 2, Episode 3
Summary Benjamin's one wish is for his wandering American family to be able to celebrate a proper Thanksgiving dinner in their new place with a real roast turkey. But his efforts to earn the money to buy a turkey plunge him into escalating rivalry with a local Chinese boy, Leck. Their competition leads to one mishap after another until they realise they might be better off co-operating than fighting. But is it too late? And if Ben does succeed, will his family move on again? My Place, the Logie award-winning ABC TV drama, returns for a second series on ABC3. This time the drama takes us further back in Australian history, with stories ranging from 1878 to a time before European settlement. Over the 130 years we look at the tales of 13 kids, all of whom have a knack of getting into some sort of trouble. The 13-part half-hour series is a child's-eye view of Australia's history told from the same spot in Australia, with each episode set 10 years earlier than the one before. Produced by Penny Chapman and Helen Panckhurst. 1858, Benjamin is directed by Michael James Rowland and written by Blake Ayshford. A Matchbox Pictures Production in association with Screen NSW and Screen Tasmania.
Audience Classification G ACMA.
Other author Rowland, Michael James, director.
Anderton, Stephen, actor.
Elliott, Lanchan, actor.
Tsang, James, actor.
Subject Children -- Social conditions.
Children's stories.
Storytelling.
Thanksgiving Day.
Children's television programs.
Drama.