How to Watch The Cuckoo Patrol 1967 Online in Australia

Released: 1967

Updated: 18th Oct, 2021

3.7 / 10

Rated: N/A

Director: Duncan Wood

Cast: Freddie Garrity, Bernie Dwyer, Derek Quinn

Where to watch The Cuckoo Patrol

What is The Cuckoo Patrol about?

Freddie & The Dreamers star as the Cuckoo Patrol, a group of boy scouts who are eager to do good deeds, but always wind up doing them the wrong way, and frequently get into trouble as a result. Their scout master has tasked the group to take a cart full of camping supplies to a train station. What seems like a relatively easy chore for most scouts turns into an adventure for the Cuckoo Patrol. They soon lose their way and then involve themselves in other escapades, leading the group to filling in for a professional wrestling match, mingling with a bunch of girl scouts whose affairs the girls' scout master greatly disapproves of, and unknowingly helping a couple of robbers with their heist.

Which streaming providers can you watch The Cuckoo Patrol on

Here is the comprehensive list of streaming providers that will show The Cuckoo Patrol in Australia. If The Cuckoo Patrol will appear with other providers further down the line, this table will be updated.


  • Amazon PrimeNo
  • Apple TV PlusNo
  • BingeNo
  • Disney PlusNo
  • Foxtel NowNo
  • NetflixNo
  • StanNo
  • Telstra TV Box OfficeNo

The cast of The Cuckoo Patrol

Freddie Garrity, Bernie Dwyer, Derek Quinn

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