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. Nach Jahren der Flucht, müssen Ben Hall und seine berüchtigte Bande nur noch genügend Geld und Gold beschaffen, um sich nach Amerika abzusetzen. Ben ist Stevie Halls Cousin. Er sieht sich selbst als unkomplizierten Kerl. Er ist hart im Nehmen.
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Ben Hall war ein australischer Bushranger. Ben Hall (* 9. Mai in Wallis Plains, Maitland, New South Wales, Australien; † 5. Mai am Goobang Creek, New South Wales, Australien) war ein. 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. Nach Jahren der Flucht, mÃ¶chten sich Ben Hall und seine berÃ¼chtigte Bande nach Amerika absetzen. Als eines Tages bei einem Postkutschen-Ãœberfall ein. The legend of Ben Hall is a Australian western film set in New South Wales, it is written and directed by Mathew Holmes best known for the film twin rivers which. Ben Hall, 23, aus Nordirland ➤ Falkirk FC, seit ➤ Innenverteidiger ➤ Marktwert: 50 Tsd. € ➤ * in Enniskillen, Nordirland. Ben ist Stevie Halls Cousin. Er sieht sich selbst als unkomplizierten Kerl. Er ist hart im Nehmen.
Ben Hall Cave Walking Track ist ein Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Piney Range, New South Wales, Australien. Er führt. 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 Hall is a Australian western film set in New South Wales, it is written and directed by Mathew Holmes best known for the film twin rivers which.
He was shot and killed on 24 October , during a robbery at Henry Keightley's house at Dunn's Plains. Vane wanted to shoot Keightley for killing Burke, but Ben Hall stopped him.
A few weeks later on 19 November, O'Meally was shot and killed during an attempted robbery on Goimbla Station farm.
Two other men, James Gordon, alias James Mount known as "The Old Man"  and John Dunleavy, joined the gang but Gordon was captured trying to flee in Victoria and Dunleavy surrendered after being badly wounded in a gunfight.
The police seemed powerless to stop the Ben Hall gang. The gang were very busy in the district during For example: .
Hall's gang robbed Robinson's Hotel in Canowindra and held all the people of the town hostage for three days. Nobody was hurt and Hall even got the people to play music and dance.
The local policeman was locked in his own cell. When the people were set free, Hall paid them money. The gang paid the hotel owner for the food and drink that they had used.
The gang was regularly robbing people and holding up the mail coaches, south of Goulburn on the main Sydney to Melbourne Road.
While waiting for the coach, the gang captured and robbed over 60 people, who were traveling along the road. He fired six shots at the gang, but did not have any more ammunition and gave himself up.
The driver, Bill Geoghegan, ordered him to get off the coach or he would kick him off. Hall and Dunn began firing at two other policemen who were riding behind the coach.
Sub-Inspector William O'Neill was quickly captured. Gilbert shot dead Sergeant Parry. The gang quickly took all the money and valuable items and rode away.
Parry is buried at Gundagai. On his headstone it says " Edmund Parry, Sergeant of the N. Police, who lost his life in the execution doing of his duty whilst courageously bravely endeavouring trying to capture the bushranger Gilbert by whom he was shot dead near Jugiong.
On 5 December, they robbed the mail coach between Binalong and Burrowa. They made everyone dance to celebrate Boxing Day.
Morriss got out of the hotel through a back window at 2. Gilbert fired several shots at him. Hall got angry and so he set fire to Morriss's shop and burned it down.
Morriss joined the police force. The police were under a lot of pressure to catch the Ben Hall gang. The gang had been able to travel around the country and go anywhere they liked.
They made the police look like fools. Sir Frederick Pottinger came up with an unusual plan. He knew the gang liked race horses and horse racing; they had been seen at many country race meetings.
Pottinger planned to ride in the races at Wowingragong, near Forbes, on 5 January The Ben Hall gang did not appear, and Pottinger lost his job.
The Inspector-General of Police thought that Pottinger had disgraced the police force by riding in races while he was supposed to be working.
Pottinger decided to go to Sydney to make the police force change its mind, but on the way he accidentally shot himself and died.
On 26 January , the gang held up ten people on the road near Goulburn. They were chased into the bush by a group of policemen. A couple of hours later the gang rode into the town of Collector.
Hall and Gilbert robbed the Commercial Hotel. When the local policeman, Constable Nelson, arrived, Dunn shot him dead at close range.
Two of Nelson's nine children saw the shooting, as one was a hostage at the hotel and the other was following his father.
Gilbert robbed Nelson's body of money and other valuables and took his gun. The police put more effort into the hunt for the bushrangers.
In February they went to a house near Queanbeyan and found the gang had only just left. They went to the Breadalbane Hotel and arrested four men that were known to be friends of the gang.
This would stop them giving the bushrangers any warnings. The police surrounded Byrne's farm. As they moved passed the open door of the barn, the bushrangers began shooting.
One policeman, Wiles, was shot in the hand and the leg. The bushrangers escaped into the bush, but Ben Hall was shot as he ran away.
On 4 March , the gang robbed the mail coach at between Goulburn and Gundaroo. On 13 March, the gang tried to hold up the Araluen gold coach.
Gold had been found at Araluen in the s. The gold coach had a policeman with a gun sitting next to the driver.
There were two more policemen on the back of the carriage. Four more policemen rode on horses in front and behind the coach. The gold was kept in a safe which was bolted to floor of the coach.
The coach has survived and is being restored. Constable Kelly was shot in the chest. He was badly hurt, but he crawled to side of the road and began shooting at the bushrangers.
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.
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. Official Sites.
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On 7 August , Ben and Biddy as she was called had a son, whom they named Henry. During the summer of —62, his wife Biddy left with their young son Henry to live with a young stockman named James Taylor.
He soon began a disastrous association with the notorious bushranger Frank Christie, alias Gardiner. The charge was dismissed when one of the Crown witnesses changed his evidence.
He was released about the end of August. Estranged from his wife and young son, and with the property gone, Hall for several months drifted around the Weddin-Wheogo area, associating with numerous undesirable characters including John O'Meally, Johnny Gilbert , Patsy Daley amongst others.
After several confrontations with the police, culminating in Inspector Pottinger's decision to burn down Hall's hut at Sandy Creek, Ben Hall gradually drifted into a life of crime.
All travellers and the townspeople were required to remain at the hotel, but they were not mistreated and were provided with food and entertainment.
The local policeman was subjected to some humiliation by being locked in his own cell. 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. Finally the gang consisted of Hall, Gilbert and John Dunn.
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. 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.
He was buried in the Forbes cemetery on Sunday 7 May A headstone was erected in the s. Ogilvie — , as well as penning Ben Hall's stirrup irons.
A number of folk songs recount Hall's life and exploits. The most notable is " Streets of Forbes ", which has been recorded by numerous singers and groups.
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Amazon Prime. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jack Martin Ben Hall Jamie Coffa John Gilbert William Lee John Dunn Joanne Dobbin Biddy Hall Adam Willson Mick Coneley Erica Field Daniel Ryan Arthur Angel Edward Morriss Jordan Fraser-Trumble Sub-Inspector Davidson Gregory Quinn Sergeant Condell Angus Pilakui Billy Dargin Andy McPhee Henry Hall Lauren Grimson Edit Storyline After two years on the road, bushranger Ben Hall considers surrendering to the law when his old friend John Gilbert entices him back into the game.