The Sick Stockrider
The Sick Stockrider is a 1913 film directed by W. J. Lincoln based on the 1870 poem of the same title by Adam Lindsay Gordon. It was the first production from Lincoln-Cass Films and is one of the few Australian silent films to survive in its entirety.
The film presents the verses of the poem one by one, separated by illustrated tableaux. It tells the story about a dying stockman.