Blinky Bill: The Mischievous Koala
Blinky Bill: The Mischievous Koala is an Australian 93-minute animated film directed by Yoram Gross. It was first shown in 1992. The animation is superimposed over live-action footage of the Australian bush.
Blinky Bill is an anthropomorphic koala and children's fictional character created by author and illustrator Dorothy Wall. The film tells the story of Blinky Bill’s childhood with his animal friends in the Australian bush. The peace and charm of their existence is shattered by the destruction of their homes by humans. Blinky Bill rallies his friends, in a series of exciting adventures, as they battle to protect their homes from destruction and as he rescues his mother from captivity.
The spanking sceneEdit
The film features a scene in which Blinky Bill is hand-spanked by his mother OTK (on the seat of his pants). He cries "Ow! Ow! Ouch! Help!" and his mother accompanies the spanking with the words: "Blinky <spank> Bill <spank> you're a naughty <spank> naughty <spank> boy! <spank>". After the spanking is over, he rubs his bottom and exclaims: "Ow! Ow! I've been murdered!" But we can see from his secret smile during the spanking, and an eye blink into the camera, that he faked his suffering. After his mother leaves the room, he pulls a book from the seat of his pants.
The spanking scene was cut in a 2007 remake of the film.
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