If the film maker (in reality) is the “author” of a cinematographic film according to the definition listed for the English word “author” in Section 189 of Part IX of the Australian Copyright Act, 1968 … why can’t the film maker create (i.e. conceive from nothing) another original artistic work for a film that is as commercially successful as Crocodile Dundee?
What was made to be a forgone conclusion since May 1984 needs to be RECOGNIZED. A forgone conclusion does NOT need to be PROVEN … hence the reality that conclusions CANNOT BE PLEADED in a Statement of Claim.
Have we ever come across a dispute that is taken to court in relation to whether the sun rises in the east and sets in the west every day? This is a forgone conclusion that is recognized by each and every single person in the entire wide world, except of course by Australian lawyers.
This film was produced to portray the TRUE AUTHOR as an apparent VILLAIN.
The same accountant who had defalcated the TRUE AUTHOR'S royalties to secret bank accounts in Switzerland was one of the Executive Producers of this film ...
Portraying our Capital City as a Den for Outlaws.
Stealing Texan Hat
Stealing fabric to make the K.K.K hood & robe for RECOVERING THEIR OWN MONEY from the Mayor's office (metaphorical analogy for the Central [Reserve] Bank) where the stolen funds recovered from the failed robbery at the (safest) bank in the State have been taken for safe keeping.
Protagonist/s portrayed as K.K.K bank robbers. The scene in which Ben Doyle and Lightning Jack Kane dressed in full K.K.K. attire conduct an inventory of the recovered “loot” has been edited out of the film recorded in DVD version.
In the original version of the film “Lightning Jack” … Jack Kane says to Ben Doyle (as a display of HONESTY) : “TAKE ONLY WHAT IS OURS” and leave the rest behind.
Stealing the pocket watch from the TIME THIEF – 33 prime years of the author's life have gone to waste as a result of the covert action that was used in 1984 to ambush the TRUE author to illegally obtain a wealth of Intellectual Property from him while he was living on a sailing boat at that point in time.
The illusion created by mainstream media that Paul Hogan was the creator of the original artistic work for the film "Crocodile Dundee" DOES NOT ADD UP in the realm of accounting ...