Thunderbolt is a 1910 film in the genre of "outlaw" films at the time that tended to glorify the life of the outlaw "Bushrangers" that roamed the Australian outback in pre-commonwealth days. Shortly after this film was made, the government of New South Wales banned the manufacture of this type of film on the basis that they were promoting crime.


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    director John Gavin
    genre crime drama western
    producer H. A. Forsyth
    productionCompany Queensland Figaro
    publisher The Brisbane Courier