Die Legende des Ben Hall (Originaltitel: The Legend of Ben Hall) ist ein australischer Anti-Western, der auf dem Leben und auf Taten des Bushrangers Ben Hall. shin-angyo.com - Kaufen Sie Legende des Ben Hall günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Die Legende des Ben Hall, Jack Martin. Film - Buchzentrum: Der starke Partner für Handel und Verlage ○ Umfassendes Sortiment mit Büchern, Spielen. <
The Legend Of Ben HallDie Legende des Ben Hall, Jack Martin. Film - Buchzentrum: Der starke Partner für Handel und Verlage ○ Umfassendes Sortiment mit Büchern, Spielen. shin-angyo.com - Kaufen Sie Legende des Ben Hall günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. After two years on the run, bushranger Ben Hall considers surrendering to the law when his old friend John Gilbert entices him back into the game. Taking on.
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Bucky's Big Crushes Do you have a demo reel? The police were able to keep the bushrangers away from the coach. Another policeman, Trooper Byrne, was shot in the foot.
The bushrangers quickly left when miners with guns arrived from the town. In two years Ben Hall's gang, as well as killing two policemen, had reportedly robbed ten mail coaches, held up 21 properties, stole 23 racing horses, and taken over the village of Canowindra three times.
In early , the government made a new law to help capture Ben Hall, John Gilbert and John Dunn. The Felons Apprehension Act was rushed quickly through the New South Wales Parliament.
This would make Hall and his friends " outlaws " if they did not surrender within thirty days. This meant that they could be killed by anyone at any time without warning.
The bushrangers still kept busy robbing people. They robbed a farm, Wallendbeen Station, and wanted to know where the police were.
A group of Chinese gold miners were robbed and one was shot in the leg by Gilbert. The next day, 18 March, the police found the gang trying to take horses from Wallendbeen.
Sergeant Murphy shot Gilbert in the arm. The gang escaped into the bush. They made their way to a shepherd 's hut and forced the shepherd to put a bandage on Gilbert's arm.
Hall and Dunn walked to a nearby farm, Beggan Beggan station. They held up the 16 farm workers and took horses, saddles and bridles.
They went back to get Gilbert and then robbed the farm again, taking guns, ammunition , and food. More police were sent to the area, and they were given better guns.
Two days later they took horses and food from another farm, Yamma station. This was the gang's last robbery. By May , Ben Hall decided to leave New South Wales.
But a man, Mick 'Goobang' Coneley, who had once given the gang help, told the police where Hall was hiding.
During the night a group of eight policemen found Hall sleeping under a tree at Billabong Creek, near Forbes.
The police were armed with double-barrelled shotguns and. Led by Sub-Inspector Davidson, the police placed themselves in a large circle around Ben Hall's  camp.
When he woke up at dawn on 5 May , Hall was shot in the back 30 times as he tried to run away. A newspaper report said his body was "riddled" with bullets.
The first rifle shots of the police cut his belt in two, and his guns fell to the ground. Ben Hall's body was wrapped in his poncho, tied to a horse and taken back to Forbes.
Ben Hall was buried in Forbes Cemetery on Sunday, 7 May Two brothers from Forbes, the Pengilly brothers, put a headstone on the grave in the s.
People in the s were still able to see bullets in the tree trunk. The tree was destroyed in a bushfire in Gilbert and Dunn were nearly caught by the police a week later at Binalong.
Gilbert was shot dead as he tried to run away. Dunn got away, but six months later a friend told the police where Dunn was hiding. He was captured, tried for murder and hanged in Sydney on 19 March In , Peter Bradley, a descendant of Hall's younger brother Henry, said he wanted to reopen the inquest into the bushranger's death.
Bradley said that the Felon Apprehension Act was not yet law when Hall was killed. The first inquest found that Hall was deliberately killed, but this was allowed because the new law meant Hall was an outlaw.
On 14 March Hall's home was burnt down by Pottinger. Embittered, Hall joined John Gilbert and became leader of a gang of bushrangers.
Hall was probably the most efficient of the bushranger leaders. His men were well armed and superbly mounted, often on stolen race-horses which easily outpaced the police nags.
Some of their holdups seem designed only to defy the police: on their daredevil raid on Bathurst in October they took little loot and at Canowindra they offered food, drink and festivity to all for three days, but drank little themselves and left the town empty-handed.
On 24 October in a raid on Henry Keightley's homestead at Dunn's Plains Micky Burke was shot. Vane surrendered and in November John O'Meally was shot.
It was to be released in the UK and Ireland on DVD by High Fliers Films PLC on 2 July. The Legend of Ben Hall received mixed reviews, with several critics mentioning overly lengthy scenes, although its historical veracity was praised.
The score by Swiss-born composer Ronnie Minder was announced as one of the scores eligible in the Best Original Score category in the Oscars by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Not long after its release, it was announced that the screenplays for a planned trilogy about bushranging in News South Wales had been written and were in the process of raising funds.
Jack Martin and several of the other actors would reprise their roles in the new films, The Legend of Frank Gardiner and The Legend of John Vane.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Legend of Ben Hall Theatrical film poster. Russell Cunningham Michael Favelle Matthew Holmes Jessica Pearce.
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When the hostages were set free, the gang insisted on paying the hotelier and giving the townspeople "expenses".
Their aim was to emphasise that the gang could act with impunity and to belittle the police. In this they were spectacularly successful.
Shortly afterwards the gang raided the town of Bathurst followed a few days later by another takeover of Canowindra, this time for three days.
Their cavalier activities were soon brought to a sudden halt however, when Micky Burke was killed at Dunns Plains , John Vane surrendered to the police and O'Meally was shot dead in an attack on Goimbla station, near Eugowra.
The gang of five had been reduced to just two — Hall and Gilbert. During Ben Hall continued his life on the roads with various companions, including Gilbert, Dunleavy and the Old Man, James Gordon.
Finally the gang consisted of Hall, Gilbert and John Dunn. In November , during the robbery of a mail coach at Black Springs Creek near Jugiong , John Gilbert shot and killed Sgt.
Then in January Constable Nelson was shot and killed by John Dunn when the gang raided a hotel in Collector now the Bushranger Hotel. Finally, in early , the authorities finally undertook legislation to bring an end to the careers of the three.
The Felons Apprehension Act was pushed through the Parliament of New South Wales for the specific purpose of declaring Hall and his comrades outlaws, meaning that they would be "outside the law" and could be killed by anyone at any time without warning.
From to , over robberies are attributed to Ben Hall and his various associates, making them some of the most prolific bushrangers in the period of bushranging in the colony.
These included the holding up of several villages, dozens of mail coach robberies and the regular theft of prized racehorses.
In May , Hall and the others realised that to survive they would have to leave New South Wales. They first retreated to an isolated area on the Goobang Creek , northwest of Forbes, intending to gather fresh horses and provisions for a long journey northwards.
Their whereabouts were reported to the police by 'Goobang Mick' Coneley, a man who had earlier promised to give the gang assistance and protection.
In late April Hall temporarily separated from his companions, intending to meet them again a few days later at the Goobang Creek. But this time there were police waiting, hidden in the bush.
At dawn on 5 May, Hall was ambushed by eight well-armed policemen who shot him at least thirty times as he attempted to run away. He fell and, as he held himself up by a sapling, cried, "I am wounded; shoot me dead.
Ben Hall's body was taken back to Forbes where an inquest was held by the Police Magistrate.