Synsets for "strikebound"

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Synonyms: strikebound

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: closed or immobilized by a strike

Examples: a strikebound airline

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Strikebound "Strikebound" grossed $157,000 at the box office in Australia.
Strikebound Strikebound is a 1984 Australian film directed by Richard Lowenstein and based on the Wendy Lowenstein novel "Dead Men Don't Dig Coal". The film got several AFI Award nominations and won in the Best Achievement in Production Design category.
Strikebound "Strikebound" is the dramatised story of a coal-miners' strike in 1930s Australia, in the small south Gippsland town of Korumburra. The story is told through the struggles of Agnes and Wattie Doig, two Scottish immigrants, who were real people.
Carol Burns Burns, an experienced and versatile theatre actress, went to the UK and appeared in numerous West End productions and had roles in series such as "The Bill", "Taggart" and "Heartbeat". Burns also appeared in films including "The Mango Tree", "Bad Blood", "Starstruck", and "Strikebound".
Richard Lowenstein Richard Lowenstein (born 1 March 1959) is an Australian film-maker. He has written, produced and directed: feature films, including "Strikebound" (1984), "Dogs in Space" (1986) and "He Died with a Felafel in His Hand" (2001); music videos for bands such as INXS and U2; concert performance films, "" (1987) and "U2: LoveTown" (1989); and TV adverts.
Reg Evans Evans' film credits include "Mad Dog Morgan" (1976), the Station Master in "Mad Max" (1979), a pirate in "The Island" (1980), "Manganinnie" (1980), "The Plains of Heaven" (1982), "Kitty and the Bagman" (1983), "Strikebound" (1984), "My Letter to George" (1986) and "Celia" (1989).
Chris Haywood Film credits as an actor include: "The Cars That Ate Paris", "Newsfront", "In Search of Anna", "Kostas", "Breaker Morant", "", "Running on Empty", "Man of Flowers", "Quigley Down Under", The Clinic (1982) "Lonely Hearts", "The Man From Snowy River", "Strikebound", "Malcolm", "The Bit Part", "Golden Braid", "A Woman's Tale", "The First Kangaroos", "Muriel's Wedding", "Shine", "Beneath Hill 60" and "Sleeping Beauty" (2011).
Anthony Hawkins He made a guest appearance in "Carson's Law", and appeared in the films "Phar Lap" and "Strikebound" before joining the cast of "Special Squad" as Greg Smith, a role he played from 1984 to 1985. Playing a supporting role in the 1987 film "The Lighthorsemen", during the late 1980s he also made appearances on "The Flying Doctors", "Inside Running" and the 1989 television movie "Darlings of the Gods" which featured cameo appearances of several other former "Prisoner" co-stars.
Declan Affley Affley became a regular performer at the Troubadour Coffee Lounge in Sydney and later at Frank Traynor's Folk Club, Melbourne, leading to appearances at many other venues and folk festivals. He played small parts in several films including Peter Weir's "The Last Wave", and Richard Lowenstein's "Strikebound", of which he was musical director. His group the Wild Colonial Boys appeared in the Tony Richardson film "Ned Kelly" in 1970.
Anarchist Aragon On April 19, El Sol calculated Zarazoga's loss due to the striking workers to be near 30,000,000 pesetas and daily losses near 3,000,000 pesetas. A scene that "had become characteristic of the strikebound capital" was "the sight of many hundreds of men lining the banks of the river Erbo fishing with long sticks and lengths of string." By the start of May, 30,000 families hadn't made "a centimo in a month."
Ben Moreell Moreell's Civil Engineer Corps was given command authority over what was to become an organization of 250,000 people that built $10 billion worth of facilities to support the war effort. In 1943, Moreell became the Chief of the Navy's Material Division; and at the request of Vice President Truman, negotiated a settlement to the national strike of oil refinery workers. When the government seized the nation's strikebound bituminous coal industry a year later, Moreell was designated the Coal Mines Administrator.
Hugh Keays-Byrne In the 1980s, he acted in films such as "The Chain Reaction" (1980), "Strikebound" (1984), "Starship" (1985) and "The Blood of Heroes" (1989). In 1992, he directed and acted in the film "Resistance". In the mid- to late 1990s, he did a number of TV roles including in "Singapore Sling: Old Flames" (1995), "Moby Dick" (1998) and "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" (1999).
Richard Lowenstein In 1984 he directed his first feature film, "Strikebound", a dramatisation of a 1930s coal miners strike, which he wrote based on his mother's book, "Dead Men Don't Dig Coal" (unpublished), and his own research into unionism in the industry. In June that year he directed his first music videos for INXS with "Burn for You", and followed by "All the Voices" and "Dancing on the Jetty" (both in October). At the "Countdown" Music and Video Awards for 1984 he won Best Promotional Video for "Burn for You". He established a long term relationship with INXS and produced, edited or directed more of their music videos over subsequent years, including "The Swing & Other Stories: Collection of Contemporary Classics from INXS" (1985), a VHS-format video compilation with additional interviews and documentary. At the "Countdown" Music and Video Awards for 1985 he shared the award for Best Video for "What You Need" by INXS with Lyn-Marie Milbourn.
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad The Ingram management team operated as much of the Rock Island as they could. Trains slowly began to move, with more traffic being hauled every week of the strike. President Jimmy Carter issued a back-to-work order that BRAC dismissed. Still more traffic flowed on the strikebound Rock Island. According to Ingram "by the end of the sixth week, the Rock Island was handling about 30 percent of its prestrike tonnage with 5 percent of the prestrike onboard train operating personnel. Projections indicated that by the end of November the company would be handling about half of its prestrike tonnage and earning a profit of about $5 million per month. In other words, the company was winning the strike." Seeing the trains rolling despite the strike and fearing a Florida East Coast strikebreaking situation, the unions appealed to the FRA and ICC for relief. Despite the fact that Rock Island management had been able to move 80% of pre-strike tonnage, at the behest of the Carter Administration, the ICC declared a transportation emergency declaring that the Rock Island would not be able to move the 1979 grain harvest to market. This despite the railroad's movement of more grain out of Iowa in the week immediately preceding the order than during any week in its history. The ICC issued a Directed Service Order authorizing the Kansas City Terminal Railway to take over operations.
Strikebound Richard Lowenstein had made a short film "Evictions" about the unemployed during the Depression. He felt slightly unsatisfied by the experience and wanted to have another attempt at the subject matter. During the making of the short film he had mt Wattie and Agnes Doig and heard stories about unionism in coal mining in Victoria. He spent the next two years researching the story.
Strikebound Lowenstein was only 23 years old when he made the film.
Strikebound The film was originally envisioned as a 50-minute dramatised documentary called "The Sunbeam Shaft" but evolved into a feature film. The film was partly shot at a real disused mine in Wonthaggi. and Maldon, in Central Victoria.