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Ilona Rodgers est une Actrice Australienne née le 28 avril 1942

Ilona Rodgers

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Nationalité Australie
Naissance 28 avril 1942 (77 ans)

Ilona Rodgers (born 28 April 1942) is a British-born actress who has been based in New Zealand since the mid-1980s and later then in Australia.

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Filmographie de Ilona Rodgers (4 films)

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Utu
Utu (1984)
, 1h58
Réalisé par Geoff Murphy
Origine Nouvelle zelande
Genres Drame, Guerre, Aventure, Historique, Western
Thèmes La mer, Transport, Politique
Acteurs Bruno Lawrence, Wi Kuki Kaa, Martyn Sanderson, Tim Eliott, Ilona Rodgers, John Bach
Rôle Emily Williamson
Note70% 3.540933.540933.540933.540933.54093
En Nouvelle-Zélande, dans les années 1870. Alors que les Anglais viennent de coloniser le pays, un jeune guerrier maori se rebelle contre l'envahisseur...
Sel, poivre et dynamite, 1h42
Réalisé par Richard Donner
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Thriller, Comédie, Action
Thèmes Espionnage
Acteurs Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, Michael Bates, Calvin Lockhart, Ilona Rodgers, John Le Mesurier
Rôle Marianne Renaud
Note52% 2.6182452.6182452.6182452.6182452.618245
Le film raconte les mésaventures de Salt et Pepper, deux amis qui dirigent un night-club dans le quartier de Soho. Ils se retrouvent recherchés par la police après une série de crimes commis dans leur boîte.
Anzacs (TV series)
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Bill Kerr, Tony Bonner, Shane Briant, Jim Holt, Wayne Jarratt, Vincent Ball
Rôle Lady Thea Barrington
Note80% 4.0350554.0350554.0350554.0350554.035055
1914. Western District of Victoria (Australia). Martin Barrington, the son of a wealthy British-born land-owner Sir Rupert Barrington (who still thought of himself as a "British") and his wife Lady Thea Barrington, returns home early from university studies with plans to move north to the family's Queensland property in a bid to up the quality of their livestock. His best friend, stockman Dick Baker, initially agrees to move with him, but later wants to enlist to fight in the Great War which has just begun in Europe, and Martin agrees to follow (after turning down a commission as 2nd lieutenant in his father's old British rifle regiment), joined by Dick's sister (and Martin's childhood sweetheart) Kate, who will become an army nurse. The two friends enlist and they form part of the 8th Battalion, 3rd platoon led by former schoolteacher and now Lieutenant Harold Armstrong and former football star and now Sargeant Tom McArthur. Other members of the platoon include quiet and studious Roly Collins, Englishman Bill Harris, cynical, wise-cracking drover Pat Cleary and the Danish-born Johansen brothers. Sgt McArthur soon becomes unpopular with his short temper and aggressive manner, but, whilst drunk one night off-duty, he tells of his miserable childhood growing up with an alcoholic father who had been crippled in the Boer War.