|Great Expectations: The Untold Story|
|Directed by||Tim Burstall|
|Written by||Tim Burstall|
|Based on|| Great Expectations |
by Charles Dickens
|Produced by||Tom Burstall|
Antony I. Ginnane
|Starring|| Sigrid Thornton |
|Edited by||Tony Kavanaugh|
|Music by||George Dreyfus|
Hemdale Film Corporation
International Film Management
|Distributed by||ABC (Australian TV)|
|102 mins (film version)|
3 × 2 hours (TV version)
|Budget||A$5,970,077  |
Great Expectations: The Untold Story is a 1987 Australian film which was made as a feature film and a mini series. 
It is based on an account of what happened to Magwitch from the novel Great Expectations when he was in Australia. 
Magwitch is sentenced to life in New South Wales. He is put on a chain gang run by Solomon Tooth and eventually amasses a fortune.
The film was the idea of Tom Burstall, who made it with his director father Tim. Tim Burstall says in the writing of it he was influenced by a book by Price Waring, Tales of the Old Convict System.  It was filmed in Sydney from 9 March to 11 July 1986. 
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