The Aunty Jack Show was a Logie-award winning Australian television comedy series that ran from 1972 to 1973. Produced by and broadcast on ABC-TV, the series attained an instant cult status that persists to the present day. 'The Aunty Jack Show' burst onto Australian television screens in the nineteen seventies. There had never been anything like Aunty Jack. Grahame Bond's outrageous character, the bikie and self proclaimed "Queen of Wollongong", was the antithesis of television presenting. A moustachioed hostess who threatened to jump out of viewer's television sets and rip their bloody arms off. Aunty Jack and her cast of characters, Thin Arthur, Kid Eager and Flange Desire brought a new sense of humour to our screens – irreverent, bizarre, full of original music (a rarity for a comedy series) and uniquely Australian.

The Aunty Jack Show - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1972-11-16

The Aunty Jack Show - Maurice Murphy (director) - Netflix

Maurice Brendan Murphy (born 1944 in Sydney) is an Australian film and television director, producer, writer and actor. He is best known for his influential work as a director of TV comedy programs for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation – most notably The Aunty Jack Show – and for his 1980 feature film adaptation of the Australian comic strip Fatty Finn. After a month as a Melbourne University student, Murphy realised that his true calling was in the entertainment world. For the next three years, he financed his theatrical pursuits at The Little Theatre in South Yarra, by working at the Victorian Railways. In 1960, Murphy joined the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) where he worked his way up to being a director. 'The ABC was a great training institute at that time, and a place which allowed me much creative freedom. I learned a great deal there' says Murphy of his years at the ABC. His first big break was in 1967 with the big budget 20-episode variety series, I'm Alright Now, with Reg Livermore. In 1973, Murphy became Head of Entertainment at the ABC.

The Aunty Jack Show - Feature films - Netflix

When the Queen Came to Town (documentary) (2014) Zenolith (2008) 15 Amore (1998) Wet and Wild Summer! (1992) aka “Exchange Lifeguards” (Australia) Doctors & Nurses (1981) Fatty Finn (1980)

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