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The Big Fight: Vic Patrick v Freddy Dawson – Australia’s greatest sporting moments!

FREDDY DAWSON DODGES THE LETHAL RIGHT HAND FROM PATRICK, SIMILAR TO THE ONE WHICH “KNOCKED ME THROUGH THE ROPES”. Below: FREDDY DAWSON – RANKS WITH THE BEST.

THIS TIME, VIC PATRICK ON HIS KNEES TAKING THE FINAL COUNT.

“PATRICK HAD ME DAZED, SAID DAWSON. “THE PUNCH THAT KNOCKED ME THROUGH THE ROPES WAS ONE OF THE HARDEST I’VE EVER TAKEN”. DAILY MIRROR, SEPT 2, 1947.

ADAPTED BY FRANK MORRIS

AUSTRALIAN LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION VIC PATRICK’S BOXING CAREER HAS ENDED.

This is the dramatic sequel to Patrick’s sensational knockout in the 12th round by American negro Freddy Dawson at the Sydney Stadium last night.

News of Patrick’s retirement was relayed to the Daily Mirror by Mrs Patrick from the champion’s screened bed at St Vincent’s Hospital today.

“We have decided the Vic will never fight again and he is going away for a long holiday,” Mrs Patrick said.

Patrick was admitted to hospital suffering from concussion and face lacerations after the knockout. The result of an X-ray proved that the skull had not been fractured.

Vic was too ill to be interviewed. But he later spoke to pressmen in the presence of his wife and two daughters, Vicki and Anne.

His face was badly swollen. Both eyes were cut, the left being completely closed.

He denied the story in a morning paper that he was shrieking during the night and that a priest had visited him. A priest also said that the story was not true.

After Dawson had KO’d him in the 12th round, Patrick was “out” for a full minute after referee Joe Wallis completed the count.

PATRICK WAS DAZED

Vic was carried to his dressing room and later ordered to hospital for observation by the Stadium Medical officer.

After the fight, Dawson said he had never lost to a “white boy” … but was close to being out on two occasions last night.

“Patrick had me dazed and I could not see him at all after one of his lefts hit me on the jaw”, said the American.

“The punch which crashed me through the ropes and down for six in the 11th round was one the hardest I have ever taken”.

Dawson said that his grimaces at Patrick late in the contest were not “showing off”, but part of the strategy.

PATRICK WAS HIS KNEES

“I was not taking him cheaply as the crowd thought “, he said. “I wanted him to lead, so that I could slip the punch and counter”.

After a flurry of well-directed counter-punching Patrick fell to his knees.

The epic fight, on September 1, 1947, had Patrick winning on points, when Freddy Dawson fell through the ropes in the round 11. But the tide was beginning to turn for Patrick.

Then it was Patrick’s turn, on his knees, taking the final count against Dawson. Battered, bloodstained but not disgraced, Patrick was assisted from the ring after the sensational fight and removed him to St Vincent’s Hospital for observation.

One of Patrick’s seconds, Billy Smith, stood by to help the beaten champion.

Dawson saw Patrick laying on the stretcher and anxiously inquired how he was. Patrick replied: “I’m OK. I think the people saw a good fight”. Dawson said, “Don’t let it get you down”.

The result of this bout hit the sporting public of Australia like a bombshell. It was just beyond belief that Patrick had been knocked out.

It was more than just the defeat of the Australian Champion. It was Vic Patrick.

Frank Morris comment: I heard the bruising fight in Sydney in 1947. I was eleven. I heard the crowd whistle and cheer as Patrick sent Dawson crashing through the ropes – he was half in, half out. With rapid succession Dawson came back and hit Patrick, and he went down and then got up; but Dawson retaliated, and Patrick went down for the final count. “Dawson counter-punching was purely a gem” said a newspaper at the time. Michael Clarke, a virtual dictionary of boxing facts, who witnessed the fight, said, “Australia was in mourning”.

<< Adapted from Daily Mirror, September 2, 1947.

VIC PATRICK WAS BATTERED BUT NOT DISGRACED. PHOTO: DAILY MIRROR.
COMING:
I received a letter from the parents of a 12-year-old would-be fighter.


THE BIG FIGHT: Razzle Dazzle Olympics -- Carruthers and Madigan – ‘no’ to defeat

CURRUTHERS LACES VIC TOWEEL WITH A LEFT HAND JAB. IT WAS THE BEGINNING OF THE END. Below: THE PROGRAM OF THE BOUT. FROM VIC TOWEEL’S ARCHIVES.

BOTH FIGHTERS CAME UP WITH A ‘SURPRISE’ IN THEIR TIMELY BOUTS!

ADAPTED BY FRANK MORRIS

BOXER JIMMY CARRUTHERS WAS UNBEATEN AT THE 1948 LONDON OLYMPICS. BUT ONE THING STOPPED HIM GAINING A MEDAL: HE HAD SUFFERED A SERIOUS AND PAINFUL CUT ABOVE THE RIGHT EYE.

But Carruthers was a dyed in the wool boxing champion.

He became Australia’s first official world boxing champion with a shock one-round knock-out of South Africa’s Vic Towel in Johannesburg on November 15, 1952.

In only his 19th professional fight he took the world bantamweight crown, giving Toweel no chance to recover from a pre-determined onslaught in the opening round.

The 23-year-old Sydney southpaw defended his title successfully four times before announcing his retirement in 1954. He was the first world champion in any division to quit the ring without a defeat, or even a draw – a perfect record in 19 fights.

DECISION HOTLY DISPUTED

He made a brief and unsuccessful comeback seven years later, winning two of his four fights. Carruthers (centre) in his successful Australian Bantamweight Title fight with Ellery Bennett in 1951.

He was born 1929 and died in 1990.

On the other hand, Tony Madigan had been flying the boxing kite higher and higher.

Madigan won two Empire Games gold medals as a light heavyweight in Cardiff in 1958 and Perth in 1962. He scored an Olympic Bronze medal in the same division in Rome in 1960.

In his semi-final in Rome, he dropped a hotly-disputed points decisions to the young American called Cassius Clay, the eventual gold medal winner.

TOUGH ENCOUNTER

Clay was to become better known as Muhammad Ali.

The year before, in 1959, Madigan, after winning the New York V Eastern States Golden Gloves Championship, had also lost on points to Clay in the final of the International Golden Gloves in America.

Madigan’s efforts against Clay were all the more impressive when you consider he was already turned 30 and was the elder of his opponent by 12 years when they fought in Rome. He won the light-heavyweight International Diamond Belt, virtually the world amateur championship in 1958 and 1959.

In 1954 he was the Amateur Boxing Association Light-Heavyweight Champion of Britain.

He represented in three Olympics in 1952, 1956 and 1960 the three Empire Games in 1954, 1958 and 1962. 
Madigan also played first grade Rugby with Randwick Club in 1950 and 1951. He was born in 1930.

<< Hall of Champions Publication; Frank Morris.

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SURF’S UP: The 1960s board-builders and their fancy nameplates!

Below: JOE LARKIN. HE MADE EVERYBODY LAUGH.

FRANK MORRIS

JOE LARKIN HAD THE DISTINCTION IN 1964 OF BEING THE ONLY RECOGNISED CUSTOM BOARD-BUILDER IN QUEENSLAND.

IN A 1964 ISSUE OF SURFABOUT, WELL-KNOWN AND RESPECTED AT HIS JOB, JOE LARKIN, RAN AN ADVERTISEMENT IN WHICH HE SAID, “THE DISCRIMINATING SURFER LIKES A BOARD THAT IS TRULY CUSTOM BUILT AND PERFORMS WELL”.

BEFORE MOVING TO QUEENSLAND 2 ½ YEARS AGO IN THE 1960s, JOE LEARNT HIS TRADE MAKING HOLLOW – PLYWOOD TYPE – PADDLE BOARDS AND THEN GRADUATED TO SHAPING MALIBU BOARDS.

IN FACT, JOE INFORMS US THAT HE ACQUIRED HIS FIRST BOARD AT NINE AND SHAPED HIS OWN BOARD AT 15. “AND I’VE BEEN BUILDING SURFBOARDS EVER SINCE.

LARKIN WAS ONE THE LEADING SURFING IDENTITIES IN AUSTRALIA. HE WAS A THINKER. HE KNEW HIS STUFF. HE HAD A POLISHED SENSE OF HUMOUR.

HERE’S SURFER ANDREW McKINNON ON THE LARRIKIN LEGEND: “JOE HAS PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN THE AUSTRALIAN SURFING INDUSTRY.

“HE PUT QUEENSLAND ON THE SURFING MAP. AS IT TURNED OUT, HE HELPED TO BREED WORLD SURFING CHAMPIONS. HE’S A CLASSIC JOKER WITH A HEART OF GOLD. HE STILL MAKES ME LAUGH”.

JOE WAS INFLUENTIAL AND MODEST. HE PASSED AWAY IN 2017.


Skippy The Bush Kangaroo …

CONTINUED......

GRAND YEARS WILL BE PUBLISHED ON APRIL 9.

Posted in: Grand Years with Frank Morris at 25 March 21

VALE: ENTERTAINER EDDIE YOUNGBLOOD HAD ‘ELVIS’ DOWN TO A TEE!

EDDIE AT FULL THROTTLE PERFORMED HIS GOLDEN YEARS OF ELVIS IN THE 198O’S. BELOW: EDDIE HOLDS HIS 1984 MO AWARD ALOFT.

EDDIE, CAST AS JOSEPH IN THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, WAS SEEN AS A “STROKE OF GENIUS”.

I’M NOT AN ELVIS IMPERSONATOR. I’M NOT. AND THAT’S ALL THERE IS TO IT.

FRANK MORRIS

ENTERTAINER EDDIE YOUNGBLOOD, WHO WAS THE MASTERMIND AND MEGA PERFORMER OF GOLDEN YEARS OF ELVIS SHOW, HAS DIED IN HOSPITAL.

EDDIE WAS 65. HIS WIFE MICHELLE WAS AT HIS BEDSIDE.

EDDIE VIGOROURLY DENIED HE WAS AN “IMPERSONATOR”, HE TOLD ME. “I’M AN INTERPRETER OF ELVIS PRESLEY. I SET OUT IN THE SHOW TO

RECAPTURE ELVIS’ GREAT STYLE AND MOVEMENT ON THE GLOBAL STAGE”.
“AT TIMES”, I BELIEVE, “HIS ACTIONS ON STAGE WOULD HAVE APPEALED TO ELVIS PRESLEY”.

THIS IS WHY, WHEN EDDIE WALKED ON STAGE IN AN ELVIS SPARLKLING LOOK-ALIKE OUTFIT, THE CROWD WENT WILD.

SINCE 1974 UNTIL MID 1990, YOUNGBLOOD HAD BEEN SWIVELLING HIS HIPS, TWANGING HIS GUITAR AND FLASHING HIS SMOULDERING GOOD LOOKS IN A POLISHED AND PROFESSIONAL INTERPRETATION OF ‘KING’ ELVIS AS THE WORLD KNEW HIM.

THERE WERE SEVERAL ‘ELVIS’ LOOK-ALIKES CURRENTLY GYRATING ON THE CLUB SCENE, BUT ONLY A HANDFUL ARE WORTH THEIR SALT. NOBODY COULD MATCH YOUNGBLOOD’S GRACE AND STYLE WHEN HE WAS PERFORMING.

YOUNGBLOOD’S GOLDEN YEARS OF ELVIS SHOW WAS HAILED BY THE CRITICS FROM TO COAST TO COAST.

IN A BACKSTAGE INTERVIEW, THE 27-YEAR-OLD PERFORMER MADE A POINT OF REFUTING THE POPULAR CLAIM THAT HE WAS A PRESLEY IMPERSONATOR. EDDIE JUST LAUGHED.

“I’M NOT AND THAT’S ALL THERE IS TO IT”, SAID EDDIE.

EDDIE WAS ONLY EIGHT YEARS OLD WHEN HE “GOT CAUGHT UP” IN THE

PRESLEY CULTURE. HE SAID: “WHEN I LIVED IN AMERICA I WAS EXPOSED TO THE FULL FORCE OF THE PRESLEY PHENOMENON”.

THERE WERE ABOUT 700 “ELVIS” ACTS TRYING TO CRACK THE BIG TIME ON THE US CABARET CIRCUIT, ACCORDING TO EDDIE.

WHEN HE ARRIVED BACK IN AUSTRALIA TO PUT HIS SHOW ON THE ROAD, EDDIE SAID CLUBS WERE ONLY “LUKEWARM” TOWARD THE ELVIS CONCEPT AT THE TIME.

“BUT WE KEPT AT IT, AND IT WAS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE THEY BEGAN TO REALISE THAT THE SHOW HAD HUGE POTENTIAL AND APPEAL.”

DECKED OUT IN A TIGHT-FITTING SEQUINNED OUTFIT, EDDIE PAID TRIBUTE IN GRAND STYE TO ELVIS’ LAS VEGAS YEARS, WHICH IS A HIGHSPOT OF THE SHOW.

IN THE PRESLEY FASHION, HE HANDED OUT SILK SCARVES TO THE ENRAPTURED PRESLEY FANS IN THE AUDIENCE.

AFTER WATCHING ONE OF EDDIE’S PERFORMANCES, A CRITIC LATER REPORTED THE “AUDIENCE WERE ACTUALLY JUMPING OUT OF THEIR SEATS TO TOUCH HIS LEGS”.

IN MARCH 1984, EDDIE WAS LAVISHED WITH CRITICAL ACCLAIM FOR HIS ROLE IN THE STAGE MUSICAL, JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT.

CASTING EDDIE IN THE MUSICAL WAS “A STROKE OF GENIUS” SAID A LEADING SYDNEY CRITIC. “HE WAS A REAL SHOW STOPPER”.

AT THE SAME TIME, HE SCORED A COVETED STATUETTE, THE MO AWARD, FOR HIS GOLDEN YEARS OF ELVIS. HOLDING HIS MO AWARD, EDDIE SAID “WHEN I WAS TOLD I’D WON I COULDN’T BELIEVE”.

NEXT DAY, I HEADLINED MY ARTICLE FOR A SYDNEY NEWSPAPER ON THE MO AWARDS: “EDDIE ROCKS BACK AS THE “KING”.

IN 1990S, WHEN HE HAD FINISHED PERFORMING, EDDIE TOOK OVER THE ROLE OF MARKETING MANAGER OF CLUB FORSTER & SPORTIES TUNCURRY, FORSTER.

FRANK MORRIS COMMENTS: MY WIFE AND I WATCHED THE FINAL SEND OFF FOR ENTERTAINER EDDIE YOUNGBLOOD ON STREAMED TV ON TUESDAY, MARCH 9. IT TOOK PLACE FROM CLUB FORSTER, FORSTER, NSW. THE VETERAN ENTERTAINER DOUG PARKINSON, WHO SENT AN EMAIL, DECRIBES EDDIE’S GOLDEN YEARS OF ELVIS AS “A TRIBUTE” TO THE GREAT ELVIS PRESLEY.


EASTER PARADE: COOK UP SOME EASTER BUNNY BISCUITS FOR THE GRANDKIDS!

MAKE THEM … AND THEN SERVE THEM OUT.

WILL SERVE 16 – WHAT A TREAT THEY WILL BE.

SELECTED BY FRANK MORRIS

THE GRANDKIDS WILL THINK IT IS CHRISTMAS TIME AGAIN! “NO, THESE ARE BUNNY BISCUITS, THEY ARE AN EASTER DELIGHT. AND YOU EAT THEM AT EASTER TIME.” THEY’RE TANTALISINGLY TEMPTING AND BEAUTIFUL TO MUNCH ON. THEY’RE TRADITIONAL EASTER FARE.

INGREDIENTS
1/2 cup caster sugar.
1 egg yolk.
2 ½ tablespoon golden syrup.
2 cups plain flour.
1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda.
3 teaspoons ground ginger.
1 ½ teaspoons ground cinnamon.
1 cup pure icing sugar, sifted.
½ small lemon juiced.
Ribbon for decoration.

METHOD
Preheat oven to 180 c. Line 2 baking trays with baking paper.

Using an electric mixer, cream butter and caster sugar until pale and creamy. Add egg yolk and golden syrup. Beat to combine. Sift flour, bicarbonate soda, ginger and cinnamon together over butter mixture. Stir with wooden spoon to form a stiff dough.

Press dough into a 10cm round. Roll out between 2 sheets of baking paper until 5mm thick. Place between baking paper on a tray. Refrigerate for 20 minutes or until firm.

Using an 8cm rabbit shaped biscuit cutter, cut 16 biscuits from dough. Place on prepared trays. Using a skewer, punch 1 hole at the top of each biscuit and make small indentations on biscuits to decorate.

Bake for 15 minutes or until firm to touch. Allow to cool on trays (biscuits will firm further after cooling).

Sift icing sugar into a bowl. Gradually add 1 tablespoon lemon juice and stir until icing is smooth. Spoon into small snap-lock bag. Squeeze out air and seal. Using scissors, snip 1 corner from bag and pipe icing onto biscuits. Allow icing to set. Thread ribbon through holes. Serve.

You can bake biscuits up to 3 days ahead and store in airtight container. – Recipe by Michelle Noerianto.


Forgotten Britain: More in glorious colours – the first time – Laurel and Hardy!

ANOTHER FINE MESS YOU’VE GOT ME INTO, CRIES STAN LAUREL.

AMERICAN COMEDY ACTOR OLIVER HARDYAND HIS BRITISH-PARTNER, STAN LAUREL, WERE “ARRESTED” FOR LOITERING IN A RAILWAY STATION.

THE REASON BEING, THAT THEY WANTED TO DO A PUBLICITY SHOT FOR THEIR STAGE SHOW, A SPOT OF TROUBLE, WHICH TOURED THE UK IN 1952.
IN 1953, THEY TOURED IRELAND AND BOTH STAN AND LAUREL KNEW THAT THEIR FILM CAREER WAS OVER. THEIR BEST MOVIES WERE MORE THAN A DECADE GONE.

MEANWHILE, STAN AND OLLIE COULD NOT FIGURE OUT ALL THE HOOPLA – THE TOOTING OF BOAT WHISTLES -- A HUGE CROWD ON THE DOCK WHICH WERE CHEERING MADLY.

“YOU’D THINK PEOPLE WOULD FORGET”, SAID STAN, “BUT THEY DON’T.”
“ALL THE CHURCH BELLS IN COBH STARTED TO RING OUT OUR THEME SONG …”


Razzle Dazzle Olympics: Snowy Baker – boxing champ who became a film star!.

SNOWY BAKER WAS REGARDED AS A “SPORTS LEGEND”. Below: AFTER THE OLYMPICS, BAKER BECAME A SUCCESSFUL FILM STAR.

AFTER THE 1908 GAMES, HE BECAME AN INTERNATIONAL CELEBRITY.

ADAPTED BY FRANK MORRIS

IIIS NAME IS REGINALS LESLIE “SNOWY” BAKER AND HE IS THE GREATEST SPORTSMAN IN THE WORLD. AND THAT THAT’S, ACCORDING TO HIS FANS UNDISPUTED.

Baker proved his class in world competition as a champion boxer, footballer, swimmer, sculler, diver, gymnast and horseman.

He won Australian amateur boxing championships in several divisions.

At the 1908 London Games he won the silver medal in the middleweight boxing division, losing a disputed division to the Englishman, J.W.H.T Douglas. Douglas later went on to become captain of the cricket team.

In Rugby Union he was only 16 when he played half-back for NSW in 1900. The following year he gained his Australian cap against England.

Between 1901 and 1906 he excelled in swimming, water polo, diving and rowing and winning many championships in individual and team events.

KNOWN IN EUROPE

With the NSW Lancers he was outstanding in military competitions, such as horseback wrestling and tent pegging.

Baker attended Crown Street Public School in Surry Hills. He was a quadruple blue at Sydney University – cricket, rowing, athletics and football.

After the 1908 Olympics Games, he became an international celebrity. He toured extensively throughout Europe, successfully competing and demonstrating in many sports – and horseback riding.

Later, he became a successful entrepreneur and film star in Australia and America.
Snowy Baker will always be one of this country’s most legendary sporting figures. Baker was born in 1884 and died in 1953.

<< Hall of Champions. Sport House, Sydney.


VALE: Pearl Turton – much-loved Australian surfing great

PEARL TURTON (CENTRE) MAKES HER WAY OUT TO FOR THE FINAL AT THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL TITLES AT AVALON, NSW, IN 1963.

AUSTRALIA HAS LOST THE WONDERFUL AND TRAIL-BLAZING PEAR TURTON WHO WAS ADMIRED BY “ALL WHO GOT TO MEET HER”, REPORTS PLB NEWSWIRE.

TURTON WAS THE ‘ORIGINAL’ AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S SURFING CHAMPION. THE TITLES WERE HELD AT NORTH AVALON ON APRIL 27 AND 28, 1963.

CHARISMATIC, CHARMING, THE COMPLETELY DOWN-TO-EARTH, PALM BEACH LOCAL WHO PIONEERED SURFING ON LONGBOARDS ON SYDNEY’S BEACHES IN THE EARLY 1960s.

COMING: PEARL TURTON SPEAKS. ADAPTED FROM SURFABOUT MAGAZINE, NO 3, VOLUME 1.


CHUCK YEAGER: The first pilot to fly faster the sound!

CHUCK YEAGER CLOCKS UP 900 MPH TO BREAK THE SOUND BARRIER. Below: YEAGER REINACTS THE NEAR-FATAL FLIGHT IN THE NF-104 WHICH MALFUNCTIONS AT 7000 FEET.

IN 1984, THE RIGHT STUFF IS A FILM ABOUT THE MEN WHO WERE ON THRESHOLD OF THE SPACE AGE.

REVIEW BY FRANK MORRIS

THE RIGHT STUFF WAS WHAT PILOTS HAD TO HAVE IN THEIR ATTEMPT TO ENTER THE SPACE AGE! WHEN WORLD WAR 11 ENDED, MANY OF THE PILOTS REMAINED ATTACHED THE MILITARY.

THE MOST ADVENTUROUS ONES, A SELECT FEW, INCLUDING CHUCK YEAGER, HEADED FOR MUROC IN THE LONELY, WINDSWEPT REGIONS OF THE MOJAVE DESERT, TOGETHER WITH THEIR DEVOTED, IF ANXIOUS, WIVES.

THEIR HOME FOR THE NEXT FEW YEARS WAS A BARREN BED LAKE.THEIR JOB WAS TESTING THE FLEDGLING X-1 ROCKET PLANES. THEY WERE ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE SPACE AGE.

AMONG THIS BAND OF ADVENTURERS WERE THOSE WHO HAD THE RIGHT STUFF, A QUALITY THAT WAS NEVER NAMED, NEVER TALKED ABOUT.

CHUCK YEAGER TOO HAD THE RIGHT STUFF.

THE MOVIE, THE RIGHT STUFF, OPENED IN AUSTRALIA MARCH, 1984, IS A GUT-STIRRING ADVENTURE STORY … AND REAL PEOPLE.

IT OPENS WITH YEAGER BECOMING THE FIRST PERSON TO BREAK THE SOUND BARRIER – OCTOBER 14, 1947 – AND TRACES THE DARING EXPLOITS OF THE TRAIL-BLAZING MERCURY ASTRONAUTS TWELVE YEARS LATER.

WITH AMERICA AND THE SOVIET UNION RACING NECK AND NECK TOWARDS THE OUTER LIMITS OF SPACE, THE ASTRONAUTS WERE ELEVATED AS NATIONAL HEROES LONG BEFORE THEIR FIRST FLIGHT.

ALTHOUGH THE NEWS MEDIA DEPICTED THEM AS FLYING SAINTS, OR AS NASA-CONTROLLED ROBOT’S; THEY WERE NEITHER.

THE RIGHT STUFF CAPTURED THE DRAMA AND DANGERS OF EARLY ROCKET FLIGHT AND THE TRAUMATIC PROBLEMS THAT CAME WITH FAME AND CELEBRITY, FOR WHICH THERE WAS NO TRAINING.

THE FILM SHIFTS FROM THE LONELY OUTPOST AT MOROC, NOW EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, TO FLORIDA AND TEXAS. IT FOLLOWS YEAGER AND THE CHOSEN SEVEN INTO SPACE.

CAST:

SAM SHEPARD AS CHUCK YEAGER, BARBARA HERSHEY (HIS WIFE), KIM STANLEY, DONALD MOFFAT AND ED HARRIS AS JOHN GLENN.


SKIPPY THE BUSH KANGAROO …

CONTINUED …

GRAND YEARS WILL BE PUBLISHED ON MARCH 26

Posted in: Grand Years with Frank Morris at 11 March 21

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