The Nugget

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This article is about the 2002 comedy. For the snooker player with the same nickname, see Steve Davis.
The Nugget
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Directed by Bill Bennett
Produced by Jennifer Cluff-Bennett
Bill Bennett
Written by Bill Bennett
Starring Eric Bana
Stephen Curry
Dave O'Neil
Belinda Emmett
Vince Colosimo
Music by Nigel Westlake
Cinematography Danny Ruhlmann
Edited by Henry Dangar
Production
  company
Macquarie Film Corporation
Distributed by Roadshow
Release date(s) 2002
Running time 97 minutes
Country Australia
Language English
Budget A$500,000 (approximate)

The Nugget is a 2002 comedy film about three friends who find the world's largest nugget of gold.

Storyline[edit]

The story concerns a group of three road workers who stumble upon the world's biggest nugget of gold, and become instant millionaires — or so they think. The road workers are mates from way back, and each weekend they go out to an old goldmining site hoping to strike it rich. Each weekend they come back with nothing but a hangover. But then everything changes when they discover the world's biggest nugget — worth many millions of dollars.

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Box Office[edit]

The Nugget grossed $1,920,993 at the box office in Australia,.[1]

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