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Maxine Sharon O'Neill, Music Video – 1983

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Lisa I think you're asking about the Australian video for this song. This is the New Zealand version.

Ian Pryor

Ian Pryor (NZ On Screen team) 18 Jun 2019 - 11.11am

I STILL can't get enough of this song!! It broke me then and still breaks me now. Also can anyone tell me who the actors were in that film clip please? The girl who played Maxine and the guys in the black v8 who took her away. Would just really love to know!!!

Lisa Borradale

Lisa Borradale 3 Jun 2019 - 05.54pm

One of her best I believe...:-)


Cheryl 23 Nov 2014 - 12.54am

The car in the NZ version is definitely a Chevy. The car in the Aussie version looks more like a 1968-1970 Holden Monaro.

Matthew Sew Hoy

Matthew Sew Hoy 25 May 2014 - 11.51pm

Definitely 2 versions of the video - the G-rated NZ version on here, and an M-rated Aussie version that can be seen on YouTube.

Matthew Sew Hoy

Matthew Sew Hoy 25 May 2014 - 11.40pm

No Stu, The car that took Maxine away is a 1965 Chevrolet Impala 4 door sedan. More than likely a 327 V8.


Kevin 11 Mar 2014 - 01.37am

What was the black car that took Maxine away - was it a Valiant Charger ?


Stu 11 Apr 2013 - 10.02am

Always thought she and Kim Wilde looked alike. Love this song <3

Sarah Hammond

Sarah Hammond 1 Apr 2013 - 08.33pm

I didn't know about this version (assuming the more well known version starting with 'Maxine' in front of the Coke sign was paid for by the Aussie record company). Gotta love the Air New Zealand plane and that Auckland Airport hasn't changed much in 30 years!

Vicky Teinaki

Vicky Teinaki 5 Dec 2012 - 01.54pm

Still mean as that song.??? Man just can't stop singing along to it owl


Tark 10 Oct 2012 - 02.07pm

1983 my god where has the time gone to.... still awesome ... was looking for Asian paradise on here but not see it ... one of her better singles


glenn 29 May 2011 - 01.56am

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