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Aunty Jack was a unique comic creation, an obese, moustachioed, gravel-voiced tranvestite, part truckie, part pantomime-dame, who habitually solved any problem by knocking someone out or ripping their arms off.

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People like me were able to learn their craft 'on-air' in those days, which meant that we were able to make mistakes or even fail completely with programs and still have a job. This character featured briefly in Aunty Jack, but became much more prominent in the spin-off series WOLLONGONG THE BRAVE.

Maurice encouraged us to take risks and experiment with comedy and I believe this resulted in some of the best and most innovative comedy erver seen on Australian television." The COMEDY GAME episode evidently did the trick, convincing the ABC to commission a short series to be screened weekly. That character was of course the now-legendary Wollongong media non-personality Norman Gunston.

As recorded by Richard Miles, the story concerns " ...three men, who were once friends sharing many adventures, are now mayors of three cities -- medieval Ackley, the futuristic Cadmium, and Petal Lake, a community reminiscent of the 1930s. Maloon, a man travelling on a heavily laden green bike.

His presence disturbs and embarrasses the mayors." Aunty Jack's first media appearance should have been in 1969 in an ABC children's radio series, also called "The Aunty Jack Show", which was intended to replace the long-running Argonauts Hour, which was then on its last legs.

Revue and Hamlet On Ice at the Nimrod Theatre (1970).

His friendship with Weir led to him writing the music for the three-part AFI Award-winning 1970 film THREE TO GO (in which he also had a small acting part), of which Weir directed one segment, and he also provided the music and played a leading role in Weir's first film, the 1971 short feature HOMESDALE.

After seeing MONTY PYTHON for the first time he felt that there was no way he could perform as well as the Python team and retreated behind the camera. "The R-Certificate Show" Note: perhaps in homage to Aunty Jack, the title "The Channel Nine Show" was re-used by Roy & HG for the final series of Club Buggery.

Maurice Murphy was a pivotal figure in the development of AUNTY JACK, and indeed he oversaw most of the comedy in that fertile era of ABC television comedy in the '70s, including AUNTY JACK and its various spin-off series. Where Python had few recurring characters (other than the inimitable Gumby family, and the occasional brief appearances by Cleese's presenter and Palin's castaway), Aunty Jack alternated one-off sketches with segments featuring a regular and semi-regular characters.

He cut his teeth writing and performing as a founder member and leading light of the University's legendary Architecture Revues from 1964-69.

It was here that he met and became friends with other Sydney students including Geoffrey Atherden, Maurice Murphy, Peter Weir, who became Australia's most internationally acclaimed film director.

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