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|Directed by||Lee Sheehan|
|Produced by||John Chase|
|Written by||Victor Kazan/Leigh Sheehan (story)|
|Edited by||Martin Fox|
|Box office||A$10,500 (Australia)|
Dalkeith is a film about the story of the residents in the Dalkeith Retirement Home who obtain a greyhound. The movies was marketed to an older audience. They named the dog Dalkeith after the home but due to the intervention of one of the resident's relatives problems arise.
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- "Dalkeith" at IanSandercoe.com accessed 12 November 2012
- "Australian Films at the Australian Box Office", Film Victoria Archived 9 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine accessed 12 November 2012
- "Dalkeith" at Urban Cinefile accessed 12 November 2012
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