|Directed by||Rolf de Heer|
|Produced by||Rolf de Heer
|Written by||Marc Rosenberg|
|Music by||Miles Davis
|Editing by||Suresh Ayyar|
|Distributed by||Greycat Films
|Release dates||31 January 1992|
|Running time||109 minutes|
Dingo is a 1991 Australian film directed by Rolf de Heer and written by Marc Rosenberg. It traces the pilgrimage of John Anderson (played by Colin Friels), an average guy with a passion for jazz, from his home in outback Western Australia to the jazz clubs of Paris, to meet his idol, jazz trumpeter Billy Cross (played by legendary trumpeter Miles Davis). In the film's opening sequence, Davis and his band unexpectedly land on a remote airstrip in the Australian outback and proceed to perform for the stunned locals. The performance was one of Davis' last on film.
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Dingo grossed $132,500 at the box office in Australia.
Dingo was released on DVD by Umbrella Entertainment in July 2005. The DVD is compatible with all region codes and includes special features such as a new 5.1 channel soundtrack, trailers, and an image gallery.
- Raymond Young, "Dingo", Australian Film 1978-1992, Oxford Uni Press, 1993 p337
- Film Victoria - Australian Films at the Australian Box Office
- "Umbrella Entertainment". Retrieved 6 May 2013.
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