In keeping with tradition, Umbrella Entertainment is proud to present the further adventures of Oz-ploitation cinema - with Volume 4, a veritable feast of classic B-films from the 70s and 80s, back when local movies exploded onto Australian screens with a bang and a bare bum, and maverick filmmakers served up a diet of murder, mayhem and full frontal nudity. Celebrated in the hit documentary Not Quite Hollywood, six of these 'Oz-ploitation' genre films are presented here in one hilarious mash-up of sex, violence, action-adventure and laugh-out-loud comedy! ALVIN PURPLE (1973) (R) Tim Burstall's (Petersen) legendary film that introduced full-frontal nudity to a mainstream audience and blazed a trail of outrageous romp-inspired cinematic mayhem. Alvin Purple (Graeme Blundell) is a young, na ve man who is thrust into a series of saucy adventures where women are attracted head over heels and find him sexually irresistible. Also features Abigail (Number 96) & Jacki Weaver (Animal Kingdom). SPECIAL FEATURES: Inside Alvin Purple featurette, Interviews with director Tim Burstall, producer Alan Finney, cinematographer Robin Copping, and cast. Picture Gallery & Theatrical Trailer. ALVIN RIDES AGAIN (1974) (M) More experienced than ever before, Alvin (Graeme Blundell) continues on with his madcap sexual odyssey - living life to the fullest. But this time around he is faced with a doppelganger who threatens to undermine his solid reputation. SPECIAL FEATURES: Interviews with director Tim Burstall, writer Alan Hopgood, and cinematographer Robin Copping - 8 Mins. Picture Gallery & Theatrical Trailer. STORK (1971) (M) Created by David Williamson (Don's Party) and brought to life by Tim Burstall (Alvin Purple) Stork is the tale of an awkward, footy mad, beer swilling young man who knows just what he wants but forever struggles to find it. Starring Bruce Spence (Mad Max 2), Jacki Weaver (Animal Kingdom) & Graeme Blundell (Alvin Purple). SPECIAL FEATURES: INTERVIEWS with Tim Burstall, Alan Finney, and cast SHORT FILM - THE MAKING OF. "Three Old Friends". NUMBER 96: THE MOVIE (1973) (M) Controversy knocks on the door at NUMBER 96, the ground-breaking and wildly popular sex-soap, from it's first show in 1972 (the very night Australian TV lost it's virginity) right up until it's final curtain call six 'sinsational' years later. Discover why the nation couldn't get enough of the wildest apartment block ever seen on the small or big screen. Starring Abigail (Alvin Purple), Deborah Gray & Elaine Lee. SPECIAL FEATURES: Audio commentary with star Elaine Lee, creator/writer David Sale and TV historian Andrew Mercado. BMX BANDITS (1983) (PG) the wheel-spinning adventures of three teenagers get complicated when they discover a box of stolen walkie-talkies left behind by a gang of bank robbers intended for illegal surveillance - this is the all-action '80s Aussie classic that launched Oscar winner Nicole Kidman to the world! SPECIAL FEATURES: Audio commentary with Director Brian Trenchard-Smith, Eric Trenchard-Smith & Chalet Trenchard-Smith. & Theatrical Trailer. DARK AGE (1987) (MA) Dark Age features outback stalwart John Jarratt (Wolf Creek) as Northern Territory wildlife ranger Steve Harris, a stoic survivor charged with conserving the ever diminishing crocodile population from encroaching hunters, hell-bent on destruction of the species. Also features David Gulpilil.