My Name's McGooley, What's Yours? (1966–1968)

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Sitcom concerened with the fortunes of a working class family in Sydney.


8/10
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Creator:

Ralph W. Peterson

Awards

2 wins.

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24 October 2006 | newlandj-1
10
| Living in the late 60's in the yet-to-be-the-now-oh-so-trendy harbourside suburb of Balmain
Yes, I think it was one of the best written Aussie comedies. Great dialogue with sharp humour.

John Meillon was the typical Aussie Bloke - his casual wear ( stubbies?), language and manners personified the stereotype Aussie male.

Gordon Chater was brilliant with his some of mannerism - particularly when he poked his tongue out. I can still visualise the scene even after all these years.

I particularly liked the opening scene and theme song with McGooley fishing of Balmain Wharf ( I think there was a sign saying " Fishing from wharf is prohibited" )

Does anyone know how I can buy a DVD or VHS of the series - even a couple of episodes would do.

Can you help?

Thank You,

John Sydney Australia

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