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Manuscript Name Papers of Max Gillies
Manuscript Number MSS 265
Last Updated June 2020
Extent  27 boxes, 10 AV boxes
Location Special Collections, UNSW Canberra
Abstract Original personal papers, scripts, screenplays, organisational papers and audiovisual works and theatre relating to Max Gillies

 

Collection Subject Type 

Literary

 

Scope and Content

This collection relates to the career of Australian actor, playwright and satirist Max Gillies and includes original correspondence, newspaper clippings, organisational papers, scripts, notes, revisions, reviews and videotapes for television, film and theatre[WU1] 

 

Date Range of Content

1969-1992

 

Biographical Note

Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Gillies

Maxwell Irvine Gillies was born in [WU2] 1941 in Melbourne. A noted comedic actor, political impersonator and producer he began his theatrical career at Monash University. In 1970 Gillies and other emerging Australian writers and actors formed the experimental theatre repertory ensemble The Australian Performing group, performing only new Australian plays for Australian audiences for several years. Whilst appearing in films such as Stork (Tim Burstall, Australia,1971) and The Cars That Ate Paris (Peter Weir, Australia,1974), Gillies gained national attention for his satirical parodies of political figures on television and in solo theatre performances, most notably in the television series The Gillies Report (1984), The Gillies Republic (1986) and Gillies Nation (1992). For his continuing contributions as a playwright, actor, producer, Australian Film Institute board member and University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow, Gillies has been awarded the Order of Australia, a Distinguished Alumni Award and an honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Monash University.

References:

International Movie Database : Max Gillies https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0319184/ retrieved 28 April 2020

 

Administrative Information

 

Access and Copying Conditions

Access: Open Access

This collection contains a variety of copyright material. Copyright is held by the creator of each item. Specific conditions for this collection are listed below. If no conditions are stipulated then the standard terms of the Copyright Act apply for published and unpublished items. Digitised material from manuscript collections is provided to clients by UNSW Canberra in good faith for private study and research only, and may not be published or re-purposed without the express and written permission of the individual legal holder of that copyright. Refer also to the UNSW copyright, disclaimer and takedown policy. 

Copying: Copying of material for private study and research is approved.

 

Preferred Citation

Papers of Max Gillies, Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, MSS 265, Box [Number], Folder [Number].

 

Provenance

The collection was acquired in 1992 from Max Gillies

 

Additional Information

 

Related Material

A video recording of a 1992 interview with Max Gillies is held in Special Collections at PN 3018 .M39 1992

 

Subject Keywords 

 

Subjects

Max Gillies 1941- Archives

Australian theatre – 20th century

politics

Theatre - Victoria - History

Political satire, Australian

Television comedies - Australia

Comedy films - Australia

 

Personal Names 

Max Gillies 1941-

 

Corporate Names 

Pram Factory (Carlton, Vic)

Australian Performing Group

Australian Film Institute

 

Occupations

Actors

Playwrights

Satirists

 

Container List

Box 1

Folder 1 

Entry form, NSW Film Corporation - film script for contemporary comedy

Script, 'The First Boomerang Church of Herbert' by John Romeril

List of plays and writers

Folder 2

Lyrics, 'Carlton Rock', John Romeril, song cycle for a suburb to be performed in the Soft Rock Café]

Script, 'DAVey and Dyer' [television pilot]

Folder 3

Script, 'The Media' [documentary], by Bruce Petty?, Film Australia, July 1980

Script, ‘Stretch of the Imagination' [play], by Jack Hibberd, c1972

Folder 4

Script, 'A Man of the Nineties' [draft of the play ‘Top Silk’], by DAVid Williamson, August 1988

Folder 5

Script, 'Man of the Moment' [play], by Alan Ayckbourn

Folder 6

Screenplay, 'A Woman's Tale' [Australian feature film], by Paul Cox and Barry Dickens, 1990

Lists, cast and crew

Folder 7

Script, ‘History - the musical’, adapted from Manning Clark's A History of Australia - vols. I-V and dramatised for stage by Tim Robertson and Don Watson with John Romeril, 1987.

Folder 8

Manuscript, 'One Afternoon of Dr. Burke', by LadislAV Smolek, translated from the Czech by Dasha Blahova.

Correspondence and curriculum vitae. 1987

Photocopied articles by Woody Allen and Frank Moorhouse: 'If the Impressionists had been Dentists'; 'Remembering Needleman'; 'The Scrolls'; 'The UFO Menace'; 'Indian Bell Captain'; 'Blase's Guide to Writing about New York'.

Incomplete: 'Blase in the Land of Swizzlestick'; 'Hiltonia'; 'A Nice Night's Entertainment'; 'Sandy Stone'

 

Box 2

Folder 9

Photocopied articles by Woody Allen and Frank Moorhouse::
'The Scrolls'; 'If the Impressionists had been Dentists'; 'Remembering Needleman'; 'The UFO Menace'; 'My Speech to the Graduates'; 'Fabulous Tales and Mythical Beasts'; 'Examining Psychic Phenomena'; 'Blase in the Land of Swizzlestick'; 'The New York Bell Captain'; Hiltonia'

Folder 10

Manuscript, 'Bon-Bon's and Roses for Dolly' [musical play in three acts], by Dorothy Hewett

Folder 11

Manuscript, ‘Vocations’ [play], [WU7] by Alma de Groen, c1980s

Script, 'Richard Hengist Horne'

Folder 12

Script, 'Boys Own McBeth (Bom'b') [[WU8] musical play], by Grahame Bond and Jim Burnett, February 1979

Folder 13

Script, 'The Conquest of Carmen Miranda' [play], by Robyn Archer, September 1977

Folder 14

Manuscript, 'The Australiad', musical chronicle of seven generations dramatised for stage by Tim Robertson and Don Watson with John Romeril. Adapted from Manning Clark's A History of Australia - vols I-V. 1987.

Folder 15

Script, 'Goosey Goosey Gander or Sunday Lunch', by Bill Garner,1991

Folder 16

Script, 'King Golgrutha' [play], by Stephen Sewell, 1990

 

Box 3

Folder 17

Script, fourth draft (rehearsal draft), 'Diving for Pearls' [play], by Katherine Thomson, 25 January, 1991

Script, first draft, 'Lock up and Live or Highway Robbery' [play], by Karl Zwicky and Jenny Hooks, 25 August 1990

Folder 18

'The Last Days of Epic J. Remorse', an entertainment by Jack Hibberd - script, 1969.

Folder 19

Script, first draft, 'Lunch' [play], by Bill Garner,14 July 1988

Folder 20

Episodic scripts,Max Gillies' Children's Collection’ [audio cassette series] : 'Meannie and the Min Min' by Pamela Shrapnel; 'Billy Whiskers' by Sarah Mogridge; 'The Beast in the Bathtub' by Sarah Mogridge; 'The Fed Up Family Album', poems by Doug MacLeod; 'With a Name Like That' by DAVid McRobbie, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Victorian Section, c1989

Folder 21

Script, final draft, 'The Boys from the Bush' [television series]: ‘Episode one – The Stuffed Playtypus’ by Douglas Livingstone. Revised 20 June 1990

Folder 22

Script, 'Rose and Jane' [television series] : [WU9] pilot episode, by John Turnbull

Script, 'The Indecent Exposure of Anthony East' [play], by David Williamson

Carbon typescript, 'King's Message', Opening of Parliament (Victoria?)

Folder 23

Manuscript, 'Mechanics in a Relaxed Manner', a juke band musical comedy and spanner saga

Script, 'The Dudders' [play], by John Romeril and John Timlin, 1975

Folder 24

Script, 'Bedfellows' [play], by Barry Oakley

 

Box 4

Folder 25

Script, ‘Father's Day' [one-act play], by Peter Bland

Folder 26

Script, ‘Gumshoes' (working title possibly ‘The Fast Lane’) [television series : Episode one - 'Honour and Other People's Parents' by Andrew Knight and John Clarke, ABC National Television

Folder 27

Script, first draft, ‘Gumshoes' (working title possibly ‘The Fast Lane’) [television series : Episode two, by Andrew Knight and John Clarke, ABC National Television

Folder 28

Unidentified script with explanatory notes - no author shown. (Aim to create show to inform Australian public of frauds perpetrated by American multi-nationals in Australia.)

Script, 'Island' [play], by Graham Henderson and Phil Motherwell,1978

Script, 'First Quarter Report', a Victorian song and dance

Manuscript, 'The Grand Centenary Cricket Match', by Kris Hemensley

Folder 29

Script (two copies), 'A Toast to Melba' [play], by Jack Hibberd, c1975

Folder 30

Script, first draft, 'Futures' [unrealised television series] :  Episode two - 'I'm in the Mood for Love', by Geoffrey Atherden, c1978

Folder 31

Script, first draft, 'Futures' [unrealised television series] :  Episode three, part one - 'The Last Worker', by Geoffrey Atherden, November 1978

Folder 32

Script, first draft, ‘Big 3C’, by Geoffrey Atherden, October, 1978

Folder 33

Script, revised draft, 'A Faithful Narrative of the Capture, Suffering and Miraculous Escape of Mrs Eliza Fraser' [feature film ‘Eliza Fraser’], by David Williamson, August 1975

 

Box 5

Folder 34

Scripts, 'Marvellous Melbourne' [musical play], by John Romeril and Jack Hibberd, 1969-1970

Folder 35

Script, 'A Hard God' [play in two acts], by Peter Kenn

Script, handwritten (43 pages plus one cardboard sheet of notes), 'The Feet of Daniel Mannix' [play], by Barry Oakley

Folder 36

Script, 'The Coca-Coca Kid' [feature film], by Frank Moorhouse, December 1983

Folder 37

Script, first draft, 'Tom Allen' (working title for ‘The Devils Playground’) [feature film], by Fred Schepisi, c1970s

Correspondence to Jack Hibberd from Rhonda Finlayson, 30 June 1973

Folder 38

Script, first draft, 'Fool's Shoe Hotel' [television series], by Barry Dickens

Correspondence to Barry Dickens from John O'Grady, 14 April 1980

Folder 39

Scripts, acts one and two, 'Allo Allo' [play], c1990

Folder 40

Script, 'Under- Bloody-Cover or Life After Fitzgerald' [play], adapted from Gogol's comedy The Government Inspector by G.L. Brosnan, 1988.

Correspondence from Graeme Brosnan to Max Gillies.

 

Box 6

Folder 41

Script, 'Last Days of Epic J. Remorse' [play], by Jack Hibberd

Folder 42

Script, 'Boswell Begs Your Pardon' or ‘Bozzie for the Defence’ [play], by Patrick Edgeworth

Correspondence from Malcolm C. Cooke to Max Gillies.

Folder 43
'Time = 7' : Part 1 - 'Ark' - Precis (16 pages), c.1976, Chapter 1 (5 pages), c.1990, Prologue, (4 pages), by Ken Trussell, c.1990

'Time = 7' : Part 2 'The Massage Stick' - Introduction and Precis (19 pages), by Ken Trussell, c1990
Character descriptions (5 pages).
Correspondence from Carol to Max Gillies.

Synopsis, 'The Man with the Qantas Bag' [unrealised feature film], by John Timlin, 1986.

Folder 44

Screenplay, draft, 'Stalking Horse' [unrealised production], an original screenplay by Robert Caswell, 23 March 1986

Folder 45

Script, 'From the Desk of Eugene Flockhard' [play], by Barry Oakley

Script, final draft, 'Father Dollabella' [play], by Roger Simpson, c.1983

Script, 'The White Monkey', a 58-minute film about Father Brian Gore by Curtis Levy.

Film treatment, Gillies [documentary film], by Curtis Levy.

Film treatment, 'Tour de Force', a satirical look at the reluctant coming-of-age of Australia, set against a backdrop of a succession of Royal tours, by Curtis Levy

Folder 46

Film treatment, 'The Impersonator', - a 30 minute teleplay and extended treatment for a 90 minute feature film, by Stephen Downie

Folder 47
Manuscript (two copies), 'Death be not Pugnacious' [poetry]

Miscellaneous presenter pieces :'With Guest, With Poet'; 'The Playwright'; 'The Apology'; 'Vietnam Vets'; 'The Last Nail in the Coffee'; 'The Vladivosky'; 'The Audition'; 'The Salon, 19 December, 1991; 'Gillies Intros.', 20 December, 1991.

Production crew list, ‘Gillies and Company’ [television series], 15 October 1991.

Script, 'The Playwright'
Call-sheet and schedule ,28 November, 1991, 29 November, 1991.

Poetry/Arts - Don Watson :'Arts Corner'; 5 - 'Opera'; 1 - 'Music'; 4 - 'Theatre'; 5 - 'Ballet'; 7 - 'The Crafts'; 6 - 'Ballet'; 3 - 'The Poets'; 4 - Opera'.

Folder 48

'Hawke Remembers' : No. 1 - 3 copies; No. 2 - 2 copies; No. 3 - 1 copy; No. 4 - 2 copies; No. 5 - 2 copies; No. 6 - 1 copy; No. 7 - 2 copies.

Gillies Presenter :1) 'The Playwright'; (2) 'The Apology'; (3) 'The Last Nail in the Coffin'.

Script, introduction, ‘Gillies and Company’ [television series], 16 December 1991

Manuscripts, various (‘Gillies and Company’ episodes?) : 'The Editor', 'A Day in the Life', 'Farmer' - 4.10.1991. 'The Playwright' - draft (1), 11.10.1991 (Patrick Cook?), Kissinger'[WU10]  comedy, Gillies Show.

Folder 49

Scripts, drafts, 'The Apology’ : No. 1; No. 2 (two copies); No. 3 (two copies), by Peter Dunn, c1991

 

Box 7

Folder 50

Script, three drafts, 'Not Too Much off the Top / the Hair Salon of Jim and Claude' by Don Watson

Folder 51

Scripts, 'Kissinger/Thatcher' - Nos. 1 - 2., 'Kissinger/Thatcher/Nixon/ Reagan', Barefoot Days', verses 3 and 4., 'Kissinger/Thatcher/Nixon/Reagan', 'The Golden Boys' and 'Kitchen'.

Screenplay, Scenes 1-68, 'The Last Nail in the Coffee', by Ben Lewin, September 1991

Script, Draft 2 and draft 3 (3 copies), 'The Vladivosky', by Peter Dann

Folder 52

Script, 2nd draft, 'The Audition', Bob Ellis and Stephen Ramsay, 14 October 1991

Script, 3rd draft, 'The Audition', Bob Ellis and Stephen Ramsay, 4 November 1991

Script, 'The Audition' (possible ‘Max Gillies’ television series, ABC) ‘, 5 November 1991

Script, 'Bankers', 1-6.

'Moment from America - Gun Control'.

'Moment from America - Small Towns Number One' - 4.10.1991, 2 copies (Harrison Bainbridge).

Folder 53

'Public Servant, 1-8.

'Gardener' - 1, 2 and 3 plus Call-sheet and schedule, 15.10.1991.

'Farmer', 1-4, 4.10.1991, Patrick Cook.

'Coach' - 1, 2 and 3 (five copies) - includes amended 'Coach 2' - dated 10.10.1991 and 11.101991.

Folder 54

'The Editor': no. 1 - 'Why Money Doesn't Matter'; no. 2 - 'Level Playing Fields'; no. 4 - 'The Sharing Community'; no. 7 - 'Life's a Gamble'; no. 8 - 'Freedom of Speech'; no. 9 - 'My Kind of People'; no. 11 - 'Board Games'; no. 12 - 'Playing by the Rules'; no. 14 - 'Freedom of the Press'.
L. Makepeace Buckall : on set of 'Herm.' 1.10.1991; 'Ozzie Movies', 1.10.1991 (3); as 'Dante', 8.6.1991 (3); as 'JFK', 8.10.1991 (2); 'Acting James Dean, 15.10.1991 (2).
'Alexey Yakimoff' - three copies.

Folder 55

'The Local Member'.

'The Husband/ by Morris Lurie, television play.

'The Keeper of the Light', Harry Martin, story , treatments.

'Your Place or Mine', 'Was Jimmy Zadarkis' - Almost Managing Company, 28.2.1989.

'Atheist at the Altar' - Almost Managing Company, 1/3/1989.

'The Entrepreneur' written by Jennifer Hill and John Romeril, October 1989. Memo from John Romeril to 'Max, Bill, Peter', 30.11.1989.

'The Entrepreneur' : episode outline; 'Interruptions' by Jennifer Ann Hill (opening scene); letter to

Peter Beilby, The Gillies Show, from Jennifer Hill 6,8,1989,

'Dickens versus Dickens' by Barry Oakley.

Folder 56

'The New Age Newcomer' by Simon Dodd - first draft script, 1989.

Correspondence from Bill Garner, 26.8.1989, - notes on 'The New Age Newcomer'.

Folder 57

'Arthur Collingwood', Hannie Rayson.

‘Oedipus Wrecked' by Peter Dann.

'The Existential Detective' and 'Down to the Sea' by Dan McAloon - an outline.

'Max the Tax - the Taxi Driver', plus scene breakdown.

'Taxi Driver' - suggested character role. Photocopy of facsimile to Almost Managing Company, Mr John Timlin, 4.7.1989, from Jan Power and Chris Dobinson.

'Bushed, Beaten and Broken - Attorneys at Law' : outline from Stephen Sewell; letter to Max Gillies from Stephen Sewell; facsimile from Stephen Sewell, Hilary Linstead and Associates.

'Hunting the Master', 'Buying a Baby Horse' and 'Found Wanting' by Bill Green.

 

Box 8

Folder 58

'Melodrama, with Plastic Heroine' - a play for television by John Bryson. Correspondence to Max Gillies from John Bryson, 19 March 1989.

'The Bagman' and 'Fast Money' by David Allen.

'Mozart in St Kilda' or 'The Magic Flute recycled' - ideas for T.V. 'Circus Maximus'.

'Suicide is Painless' - outline by John Hepworth.

'The Keeper of the Light', by Harry Martin.

'The Ring-in' and 'Hollywood Bound' - storyline by Bill Green.

'Baker does his Bun' - outline by John Ruane.

'Head of State' by Don Watson, 1988 - a film idea with Max Gillies in mind.

Comedy outlines by Don Watson, February, 1989 : 'Uncle Ted'; 'The Former (or Singing) Prime Minister'; 'Meal on Wheels'.
(George, Lester, Ken). Michael Riordan, May, 1989.

'Innovation : Re-inventing Your Life and Career' - 'Drake Personnel in Perspective, vol. 37'.

'Key of the Door' by Bill Harding.

'Country and Western Singer' by Robyn Walton. Treatment - The Gillies Show.

'New Age Newcomer', by Simon Dodd - TV comedy treatment, 1989, scene breakdown and sample script.

Folder 59

'The Entrepreneur' by Jennifer Hill - episode outline and opening scene 'Interruptions'.

Correspondence to Peter Beilby from Jennifer Hill, 6.8.1989.
'Sir William Billions' by Jonathon H. Correspondence to Max Gillies from Jonathon H., 3.7.1989.

Correspondence to Max Gillies from Ms Selena de Lang, Nuclear Punctuation consultant, 10.3.1989. (re 'Hat Therapy' and 'The Decline and Fall of Rodney Vampire'.)

'Hat Therapy' and 'The Decline and Fall of Rodney Vampire' by Selena de Lang, 1989.

'Birthday Shmirthday' by David Goldfajl, 1989, synopsis and story.

Correspondence to Max Gillies from David Goldfajl, 14.2.1989.

Folder 60

'The Playwright' by Patrick Cook, final (ish!) draft.

'Vietnam Vets' by Stephen Ramsay, drafts 2 and 3-(2 copies), 9 December 1991

Folder 61

'Vietnam Vets' - draft 4.

'The Apology' by Peter Dann includes first draft, 1991.

'Smash Hit' by Jack Hibberd. Correspondence to Max Gillies from Jack Hibberd, 19 May 1980

Folder 62/63

'Beware of Imitations' - suggested synopsis, preliminary treatment - offered as part of submission for funds to AFDC and Film and TV Board, June, 1974 :'Beware of Puddings, by Barry Oakley, 30.9.1974; Beware of Sceptics' by John Hawks, 1.10.1974; ideas conglomeration, 26.9.1974; beginning; sequences; first draft, 30 October 1974 miscellaneous drafts; handwritten notes; minutes of meeting, 7 December 1975

Folder 64

'Libido : the Family Man'.

Correspondence - note - to Max Gillies from Paddy Madden.

'Waltz Time'.

'Writer Writing' - one-man play.
'Scanlon' by Barry Oakley.

'Hills Family Show', 1977 : the beginning; programme selling routine; 'The Argument', first and second draft; ventriloquial dialogues; handwritten notes.

Folder 65

'Loony Tunes of Charles the Last' - a pantopera for the silly season - prologue.

'Mothers and Fathers' by Joseph Musaphia, final version.

 

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Folder 66

Script, 'White Cottage', by C.G. Jensen.

Script, 'Dame Nellie Melbourne: Definitely the last', by John Romeril, 1979

Script, 'The First Boomerang Church of Herbert' by John Romeril

Folder 67

'Buena Vista' - a terrible trifle in two acts - by Anne Harvey, October, 1980.

'A Man of Many Parts' by Jack Hibberd.

'And the Beast' by John Romeril.

Folder 68

'Samizdat' by John Romeril, 1979 (a catalogue of the Nation's woes).

'Uncle JJ' - pages 51, 52, 53.

'The Stiletto Inheritance' - a political science fiction - for Peter Curtis.

Folder 69

'Confidence' - screenplay by Tony Morphett, 23 January, 1989. (From an idea by Bryan Brown and Tony Morphett.)

Folder 70

'He can Swagger Sitting Down' by John Romeril - appears to be complete - a short play for two actors and an actress.

'Wallace : Where does the South End?' - photocopy of material in relation to George Wallace.

'Embassy' by Kim and Allen Gyngell (Two Shot Pty. Ltd., 1988. Kim and Allen Gyngell).

'Embassy' - no. 2 outline 'The International Goodwill Concert'.

'Embassy' - 'The Ministerial Visit', 1989.

'Earth Air Fire and Water' - props and costumes.

Folder 71

Max Gillies - 'Robby'.

'The Department' by David Williamson :
pages 68-75 ( part 2); rehearsal schedule; information sheet; contact list; cast list; scene divisions; cast/scene breakdown.

'Dedicated to ....' - Second Year major production, Film and Television Department, Swinburne Institute of Technology, student - Daniel Offenburg. Script and correspondence dated 7 April - addressed to Mr M. Gillies.

Folder 72

'Quilgley Down Under' - shooting script. Original screenplay by John Hill, revised by Ian Jones, 13 September, 1989.

Correspondence to Max Gillies from Rae Davidson, Forcast Pty. Ltd., 18 September, 1989.

Folder 73

'The Candid Meetings Show' - a chat for Max on the occasion of the launch of programs 3 and 4 (2 copies) : Video channel training - preview itinerary, 12 May, 1992;
Facsimile to M Gillies/J. Timlin from Maria Benedeth, 11.5.1992;

Production schedule, 28 February - 6 March; Call Sheet; Cast; Production script - Max Gillies (pages 14, 15 missing); Production script - Jennifer's script; Pages 7 and 18 - 'Sales 1 : the Good, the Bad...'

Folder 74

'Unreal' and Unmentionable' :

Correspondence to Corrie Proos from Kathy Cutcliffe, ABC Enterprises, 23 April, 1992; 'Birdman' from 'Unmentionable' by Paul Jennings; 'Lighthouse Blues' from 'Unreal' by Paul Jennings; 'The Velvet Throne' from 'Unmentionable' by Paul Jennings; 'Lucky Lips' from ?[WU11] Unreal' by Paul

Jennings.

 

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Folder 75

The Club by David Williamson, 1976, directed by John Bell, Nimrod Theatre.

Correspondence to Max Gillies from Paul Iles, Nimrod Theatre, 19 May, 1977.

Folder 76

'The Ad Man' - a play by Robert Hewett, 1989. ('APA HSH' - former title)

Folder 77

'Occupations' - play, photocopy of pages 9-83.

'Haycock's Last Half Hour' - a play for one actor by Heathcote Williams, 1977.

'Bluey and the Bunyip' - a story by Paul Harris, 1989.

Correspondence to Max Gillies from Paul Harris.

Folder 78

'Inside Running' - episode 15, 'Phi Slamma Jamma' written by Casey Jones, edited by John Lord, 1989, ABC TV Drama.

Folder 79

'Jonah' by John Romeril.

Folder 80

'Hollywood Bound' and 'The Ring-in' by Bill Green, 16.2.1989.
'Beasties' - a stage musical by Danny Katz, Jeff Skinner, 1988 : correspondence to Corrie Proos from Danny Katz, 23.5.1989; brief resumes or project involvement.

'Franchise' - ( Gillies Special, Neill Gladwin - initial idea, Ellen Cressey Page) :
the continuing character; handwritten notes; 'Our Host' (Max as Max).
(Jeremy Press) - 'Frank's Boy' nos. 1-12 plus notes ('Why Money Doesn't Matter'; 'Level Playing Fields'; 'The State of the Nation'; 'The Shaking Community'; 'Mates'; 'The Environment'; 'Life's a Gamble'; 'Freedom of Speech'; 'My Kind of People'; 'Industrial Relations'; 'Board Games'; 'Playing by the Rules').

'Why Money Doesn't Matter' (by the Editor).

'My People' (by the Editor).

'The Editor' - nos.1-14 - two copies, dated 8.10.1991 and 9.10.1991, annotated plus pages 3, 5, 6 10.

Folder 81

'The Craziplane' by Barry Oakley.

Box 11

Folder 82

'Squirtz' - background material (includes newspaper clippings)

Folder 83

'Squirtz' - background material (includes newspaper clippings)

Folder 84

'Squirtz' - background material (includes newspaper clippings)

Folder 85

Format/ideas/notes - includes :Presenter piece (Max at a desk, tight shot); 'Magazine Max'; Max Gillies editorial by Anthony Morgan; 'Our Host' - two copies); 'The Last Lighthouse Keeper; 'Gillies' newspaper clippings - Peter Ruehl - Financial Review, page 4, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27, 29 May, 3, 5, 7, June, 9, 12 August, 2, 9, 13, 18, 20, 25, 30 September, 4 October, 1991.

Folder 86

Newspaper clipping - The Sunday Age, 8 September, 1991 - 'Inside the Secret World of Kerry Packer' (photocopy).

Magazines : Time Australia 'Scientology and the Cult of Greed' (6 May, 1991); Income Plus, July, 1991; '' Selling, September, 1991; The Franchise - special Olympia edition..

Folder 87

General - scripts :'The Good Oil' by Bill Garner, plus facsimile to Peter Beilby/Max Gillies, 20.9.1991; 'The Senior Partner : Q.C.M.P.' (provisional titles); 'Playing Beethoven' by Barry Oakley; 'The Fishbone Incident' by Ted Robinson (first draft thoughts), facsimile to Peter Beilby, 13.8.1991; 'Mrs Thatcher's Holiday' by Jeremy Press (rough, rough draft); 'Pregnancy on a Budget', notes, six drafts by Gretel Killeen; 'Shirlay and the Birth Classes' by Gretel Killeen, facsimile letter from Gretel Killeen to Max Gillies 28.7.1991, handwritten notes; 'When Olga Ate Wally' by Gretel Killeen, 26.7.1991

Folder 88

General - scripts :'The Folk Poet' - a comedy screenplay by John Hepworth and Bob Ellis - first draft and treatment; 'Concerto' and 'A Bit of Character' by Peter Dann, correspondence from Peter Dann to Max Gillies, handwritten notes; 'Alexey Yakimoff' by Bill Garner rewrites (character for Max Gillies)

Folder 89

Kestrel Film and Video :'Best Practice', video - background and script; 'Sales 1 : the Good, the Bad ...'; Map - Kew - Kew Cottages.

Facsimiles - correspondence to Max Gillies from Eddie Moses, 24.4.1992, John Timlin to Eddie Moses, 24.4.1992, Eddie Moses to John Timlin, 3.4.1992, 22.4.1992; 'Best Practice', first draft, concept

 

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Folder 90
South Australian Tourism - television commercials.

Facsimiles : to Max Gillies from Ernie Clark, 9.4.1992; John Timlin from Loewn Steel, 4.6.1992;

Max Gillies from Susie Immurs, 6.4.1992.

Television scripts 'Book Launch' , 20.3.1992, 7.4.1992, 15.4.1992.

Ellis/Ramsay scripts :'Vietnam Vets' by Stephen Ramsay - draft 2, 7.11.1991; 'The Interior Designer', TV Play by Stephen Ramsay, 30.9.1991; Untitled script by Bob Ellis and Stephen Ramsay, 11.9.1991; 'The Deal Sucks', TV play by Bob Ellis and Stephen Ramsay, 30.9.1991

Folder 91

Ellis/Ramsay scripts : 'Know-Alls Anonymous' - comedy series - by Bob Ellis and Stephen Ramsay; 'The Film Buff' - screenplay - by Bob Ellis and Stephen Ramsay.

'L. Makepeace Buckall' - Gillies specials - Tim Robertson.

Plans/outlines :'The Date' by Suzanne Hawley; 'The Oration' by Don Watson (synopsis); 'The Detention' by Peter Dann; 'Vietnam Vets' by Stephen Ramsay.

Folder 92

'The Last Nail in the Coffee' by Bob Lewin, September, 1991.

'The Singing Detective' by Don Watson.

'Expatriate' (1), 4.10.1991, three copies.

'Expatriate'(2), 7.10.1991, two copies, episode 2, 3, 4 and 5.

'L. Makepeace Bucknall - Acting James Dean' by Tim Robertson, 15.10.1991 : 'Cool Dude, 10.10.1991; 'Herm.', draft 1, 1.10.1991; '2000 or 'Something'; 'Clive i/v, draft 1, 1.10.91, two copies; 'Cool Dude - Darwin', 10.10.1991; '2000 or Something', 8.10.1991.

Folder 93

Neill Gladwin - 'Pilot' et al : 'Cockpit'; Catering'; Gospel Truth'; The Bar'; 'Security'; Safety'; Auto Pilot', September-October, 1991.

Folder 94

'Le Club de Foote' by Noel Price, February, 1979 - includes 'Preamble'; notes on performers; format outline; rough treatment.

'Colin Carpenter' - episode no. 28, recorded 27.9.1991 - 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' by Rob Caldwell and Rob Menzies.

Folder 95

'A Stretch of the Imagination'

Folder 96, 97, 98

'Marvellous Melbourne' - scripts, notes, revision and reviews

 

Box 13

Folder 99

'The Comedians' - proposal for 13-part documentary series for television, 7 August, 1990 (Latent Image Prod. Pty. Ltd.)

Correspondence to Max Gillies from Esther Rodewald, Latent Image, 12 September 1990

'Her Fatal Ways' - original screenplay - by Mark Savage and David Richardson, 1991, seventh draft

Correspondence to Max Gillies from David Sydney Butterfield, Panorama Pictures Pty. Ltd., 13 August, 1991 (short synopsis) and 13 September, 1991 (synopsis)

Folder 100

Australian Performing Group (APG) / Film - Pram Factory pictures : Correspondence to John Timlin from Ross B. Dimsey, Filmcore Pty. Ltd., re Dimboola, 4 September, 1972; 'Beware of Imitations' - budget, outline, handwritten untitled script; AG material 'Hills Family Show (HFS) - original handwritten and photocopied (seven copies) of 'Hills' material, dated 9.7.1976, with notes; Dimboola - correspondence to John Timlin from John Daniell, Australian Film Commission, 31 March, 1976; 'Bedfellows' - main characters, synopsis and changes - by Barry Oakley; Rough draft of proposal to be put to AG annual meeting, 29.3.1976 (set up Liability Company - low budget films)/

Folder 101,102

'Hills Family Show' - miscellaneous scripts and notes.

Folder 103, 104, 105

'Hills Family Show' - scripts, music photographs, reviews (St. Arnaud).

Folder 106

'Hills Family Show' - notes towards TV/film realisation

Dimboola - rehearsal schedule, 24 April, 1978.

'The Death Bed'.

Correspondence to Max Gillies from Sarah Mogridge.

'Smelly Feat' and 'Next Time Round' - scripts.

Folder 107

Scripts by John Wood :
'On Yer Marx ...'; 'Housey'; 'Bigotry V.C.'.

 

Box 14

Folder 108

'Puckoon' - adapted by Don Mackay (1974) from the novel by Spike Milligan (1963).

'Scanlan' - a play for radio by Barry Oakley.

Untitled script - 'Mouth', 'Auditor'.

Folder 109, 110

'Squirts' - drawings of costumes, wigs, etc., music. (No reviews!)

(See map cabinet for 'Squirt' posters - drawer 8 - nos. 1069-1070)

Folder 111

'Henceforward ...' - a play - by Alan Ayckbourn, script, revised 29.2.1988.

Folder 112

'A Wild Ass of a Man'- television drama - by Barry Oakley, adapted for television by Michael Boddy - rehearsal script, ABC TV.

Folder 113

‘Aya' - feature film - by Solrun Hoaas, script, fourth draft, July, 1989.

Folder 114

'Dinner at Sir Edgar's' by Paul Thompson, February, 1989. Correspondence to Max Gillies from A. Paul Thompson, 13 September, 1989.
'Dangerous Obsession' - play - by George Whalley. Correspondence to Max Gillies from George Whalley - 4 October, 1989.

Folder 115

'Sixteen Words for Water' - a play in two acts - by Billy Marshall Stoneking.

Box 15

Folder 116

'Sixteen Words for Water' a play in two acts - by Billy Marshall Stoneking.

Folder 117

'Siren' by David Williamson, August, 1989.

Folder 118

AG Current (plus J. Clancy) - miscellaneous handwritten notes.

'Hills' film - miscellaneous handwritten notes.

'The Firm Man' - a film - by John Duigan, second draft.

'A Month in the Country' by David Baker.

Folder 119

'The Sullivans' written by Ian Jones and Jock Blair, episode 1, script. Crawford Productions Pty. Ltd.

Folder 120

'Pure Shit' (Deling) - script.

'The Man with the Qantas Bag' - screenplay - by John Timlin, first draft, 1977 (photocopy).

Folder 121

'A Time for Love : Good Time Charley - the Chequer Cab Kid' by John Romeril. ABC National Television - rehearsal script.

Folder 122

'A Salute to the Great Macarthy' - final script, June, 1974. Stoney Creek Films, South Melbourne.

 

Box 16

Folder 123

Organisational papers – includes minutes of meetings, Australian Performing Group (AG)

Folder 124

Organisational papers – includes minutes of meetings, Australian Performing Group (AG)

Folder 125

Organisational papers – includes minutes of meetings, Australian Performing Group (AG)

Folder 126

Executive papers, Australian Performing Group (AG)

Folder 127

Executive papers, Australian Performing Group (AG)

Folder 128

Newspaper clippings.

Correspondence from Dr. G.N. Evans, Australian Senate Standing Committee on Education, Science and the Arts, 4 September, 1972 - to John Timlin.

Folder 129

Newspaper clippings.

Folder 130

Organisational papers, Australian Performing Group (AG), January to April 1974

Folder 131

Organisational papers, Australian Performing Group (AG)

 

Box 17

Folder 132

Australian Performing Group (AG) - miscellanea - includes material from Arts Council

Friends of the Pram (AG) - minutes, press release, circular letter, 16 April 1980

Folder 133

Australian Performing Group (AG) - minutes, Reports, financial statements.

Folder 134

Australian Performing Group (AG) - minutes, Reports, Australian Council for the Arts correspondence, agendas, notes, correspondence to Lloyd O'Neill Pty. Ltd., 10 April 1973 from John Timlin

Folder 135

Permanent Company - Australian Performing Group (AG) - applications for positions with Company (advertisement The Age, 8.7.1972)

'The New Woman' by Alexandra Kollontai, manuscript, photocopy

'On Social Classes' by Nicos Poulantzas, photocopy

Folder 136

Australian Performing Group (AG) - miscellaneous material 1972-1975 - includes: Administrator's Reports; AG News; minutes; clippings..

Folder 137

Australian Performing Group (AG) - miscellaneous material - includes : clippings; Actors' and Announcers' Equity material; budget - 'Peggy Sue', 'Front of House'; agendas; Reports; election material correspondence, 1974

Folder 138

Australian Performing Group (AG) - miscellaneous material - includes : budget ('Peggy Sue'); minutes; agendas; Melbourne Theatre Company Mid-Year Report; budget comparison to end of April, 1975. 1974-1975

 

Box 18

Folder 139

Australian Performing Group (AG) - miscellaneous material - includes : Programme Committee papers; Constitution (AG); minutes; proposals for restructuring AG; Bill Hannan's stream suggestion; budget -'A Toast to Melba' - Adelaide Festival, 'A Night with the Right' and ?GMH Show'. 1975

Folder 140

Australian Performing Group (AG) - miscellaneous material - includes : minutes (executive and collective meetings); newsletter - Marxist Literary Group 'Mediations' -; 'Philosophy, Morality and International Affairs', Virginia Held, Sidney Morgenbesser, Thomas Nagel (photocopy); 'The Reader as Subject', Leon S. Roudiez (photocopy); 'Die Verneinung (negation); 'On Narcissism : an Introduction' (photocopy); Canberra Theatre material, 1971-1972. 1971-1974

Folder 141, 142

Australian Performing Group (AG) - miscellaneous material - includes : proposed amendments to Constitution; minutes; Workshop Committee - basic submission; AG News ( The Tempest ); application for assistance - sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; internal bulletin (The Permanent Company); Dimboola; Brumby Innes; 'Comedy, Revolution and a Theatre of the People by Lindsay Smith; Western Pol analysis; [Farmer Bob, Ed Catarrh] script - 'Supersmoke; 'the Horn

of Plenty' by John Romeril, script; NIDA - the third year students of 1973 - programme.

Folder 143

Australian Film Industry - miscellanea - includes: leaflets; newsletters; publicity material.

Folder 144

Australian Film Industry - miscellanea - includes : annual Report, 1990; cine dossier; awards, 1990, financial statements, 1989; newsletter; memorandums.

Folder 145

Australian Film Institute - miscellanea - includes: submission to the Australian Film Commission for 1992 Organisation Funds; correspondence; publicity material

Folder 146

1991 AFI Awards for Sydney. Publicity poster

Folder 147

Pram Factory Productions - TV - 'The Hills Family Show' : Notes; clippings (photocopies); script; suggested sequence break-down; schedule and budget break-down.

'Crocodile Dundee' - prospectus and information letter.

 

Box 19

Folder 148

Australian Performing Group (AG) : constitution; minutes; Reports; financial papers; Memorandum of Association of AG; internal bulletin; agenda; proposed structural changes (Feb. 1978); reorganisation proposals

Folder 149

Australian Performing Group (AG) : miscellaneous scripts; form of engagement - 'Stork'; newsletters; Reports; correspondence; agendas; minutes; admin. responsibilities; financial papers; notes on Permanent Company

Folder 150

Australian Performing Group (AG) : minutes; submission - Workshop Committee; financial papers

Folder 151

Australian Performing Group (AG) : minutes; notes; questionnaire; correspondence (resignation); financial papers; SRC bulletin, 1.5.1992; internal bulletin; script 'Two Kings Cross Whores'

Folder 152

Australian Performing Group (AG) : newsletters; minutes; Reports; proposal for Thos. Devon; application for assistance, 1974; Village Roadshow seminar; financial papers; miscellaneous scripts.

Folder 153

'The Nature of Comedy' - ABC Schools Radio programme

Godet/Vanya : notes; outline; 'Uncle Vanya'; 'Waiting for Godot'.

Correspondence

Folder 154

Kim Trengrove : script (interview); notes.

Folder 155

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Photographs.

Script 'Whoring Around'.

'What is DOS?'

Folder 156

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Clippings; Nicholas Pounder - bookseller - Catalogue Four.

 

Box 20

Folder 157

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Folder 158

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 3 July 1991 : General Manager's attachments; General Manager's Report; financial report.

Folder 159

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 3 July, 1991 : summary of consolidated profit and loss; minutes; agenda; business Manager's Report; Research and Information Manager's Report; Programme Manager's Report; Development Manager's Report; Development attachments; Programme Coordinator's Report

Folder 160

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 3 July, 1991 : Acting Awards Manager's Report; Awards attachments; Executive Director's Report; Financial Report.

Folder 161

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 25 September, 1991 : minutes; agenda; Executive Director's Report; Executive Director's attachments

Folder 162

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 25 September, 1991 : Business Manager's Report; Award Manager's Report; Development Manager's Report; Programme Manager's Report; Programme Co-ordinator's Report; Research and Information Manager's Report; General Manager's Report; financial Report

 

Box 21

Folder 163

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 13 December, 1991 : agenda; minutes; Executive Director's Report; Executive Director's attachments; National Cultural Exhibition Plan Report on meeting; Business Manager's Report; Financial Report

Folder 164

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 13 December, 1991 : Award Manager's Report; Awards attachments; Research and Information Manager's Report; Development Manager's Report; Programme Co-ordinator's Report; Programme Co-ordinator's attachments; agenda; minutes; General Manager's Report; financial Report

Folder 165

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 24 March, 1992 : agenda; minutes; Financial Report; revised 1992 budget

Folder 166

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 24 March, 1992 : Exhibition Report; AFI Sydney Cinema Report; AFI press clippings (13.12.1991 -24.3.1992); Programme Coordinator's Report; Research and Information Manager's Report; Membership Report; minutes; Financial Report; General Manager's Report

Folder 167

Australian Film Institute : Papers to Annual General Meeting, 31 May, 1990; Financial statements year ending 31 December, 1989; proposal for audit, 31 May, 1990

Folder 168

Australian Film Institute : Financial Reports; correspondence re 'Comic's Choice'; AFI newsletter.

Folder 169

Australian Film Institute : papers to Board Meeting, 24 July, 1989

Folder 170

Australian Film Institute : Financial statements, year ending 31 December, 1989; draft 1991 Submission and Budget; agenda; minutes; memo; correspondence; 1991 AFI Awards

 

Box 22

Folder 171

Australian film Institute : 1990 submission to the AFC; papers to the Board Meeting, 24 January, 1990

Folder 172

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 2 November, 1990 : agenda; minutes; 'New Directions' - discussion paper; awards Manager's Report; Development Manager's Report; 'Membership Management Systems' - discussion paper

Folder 173

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 2 November, 1990 : Programme Manager's Report; AFI Cinema, Paddington - List of Showings, 1990; Research and Information Centre Manager's Report; Financial Reports; Executive Director's Report; agenda - AFI Distribution Ltd

Folder 174

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 8 March, 1990 : agenda; minutes; Executive Director's Report; Business Manager's Report; Awards' Department Report; Research and Information Manager's Report; AFID minutes

Folder 175

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 18 April, 1990 : agenda; minutes; Executive Director's Report; Awards' Department Report; Exhibition Department Report; AFID agenda; AFID minutes

Folder 176

Australian Film Institute : submission to Australian Film Commission for 1991 Organisational Funding - new 1990; correspondence

Folder 177

Australian Film Institute - Presentation AFI Awards, 1989 : speech cards; correspondence/facsimile; timetables; newsletter, Raymond Longford Award nominees; agenda - meeting 21.9.1989; minutes - teleconference meeting, 31.8.1989

Folder 178

Australian Film Institute : AFI Awards, 1989 - scripts

 

Box 23

Folder 179

Australian Film Institute - Board papers 31 July, 1990; agenda; minutes; AFI Development and Awards; AFID Distribution Department Report; Business Manager's Report; Financial and Administration; AFI - programme.

Folder 180

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 14 September, 1990 : submission to NSW Film and Television office for 1991 funding - AFI Cinema, Paddington and 1991 AFI Awards; newsletter; miscellaneous material; correspondence.

Folder 181

Australian Film Institute : miscellaneous papers (includes 1988 Annual Report, agenda for 29 June, 1989, minutes for 25 May,1989

Folder 182

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 27 October, 1989 :
agenda; minutes; Executive Director's Report; Business Manager's Report; Exhibition Department Report (cover page only); Membership Department Report; Research and Information Department Report; AFID agenda; AFID minutes; Distribution Department Report.
Financial Report - AFI - 31 August, 1989

Folder 184

Australian Film Institute - Diagnostic Review, 30 August, 1989 - Arthur Anderson & Co.
Items for discussion and approval, meeting 31 August.

Board papers, 18 August, 1989 : agenda; minutes; Business Manager's Report; Awards' Report; Membership Report; AFID agenda; AFID minutes; Financial Report, 30 June, 1989.

Folder 185

Australian Film Institute : Business Plan for the Australian Film Institute and AFI Distribution Ltd., 1990 and 1991; newsletter.

 

Box 24

Folder 186
Australian Film Institute : Facsimiles (2); Strategic Review, 1989; miscellaneous leaflets; 'Australian Women's Film and Video (1989)' - catalogue.

Folder 187

Australian Film Institute : newsletters; programme - 30th Annual Awards; Film and Video Catalogue 1987-1988.

Folder 188

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 30 May, 1990 : agenda; minutes; Executive Director's Report; Business Manager's Report; Exhibition Report; Development Department Report; Awards' Report; Exhibition Report; Research and Information Report; AFID agenda; Distribution Department Report.

Folder 189

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 10 April, 1991 : agenda; minutes; Executive Director's Report with Attachments; Programme Manager's Report with Attachments; Awards' Manager's Report with Attachments; Development Manager's Report with Attachments; AFID agenda; AFID minutes; AFID General Manager's Report.

Folder 190

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 14 August, 1991 : agenda; minutes; budget; Financial Report; Programme Manager's Report with attachments; Awards' Manager's Report with attachments

Folder 191

Australian Film Institute - Board papers, 14 August, 1991 : Development Manager's Report; 1991 Australian Film Festival - National Judging Screenings Guide; clippings; Programme Co-ordinator's Report with Attachments; Research and Information Manager's Report; AFID agenda; AFID minutes; AFID General Manager's Report; AFID Financial Report

Folder 192

Correspondence, 1983-1988

Folder 193

Correspondence, 1982-1988

Congratulatory cards, ‘Fiddler on the Roof’, Australia Opera performance, 1992

Folder 194

Correspondence, 1985-1986

 

Box 25

Folder 195

Correspondence, 1985-1986

Papers, Kerford Road Pier Restoration Project, January 1987

Folder 196

Correspondence, 1984-1985

Folder 197

Correspondence, 1985

Folder 198

Correspondence and other papers

Folder 199

Correspondence and other papers

 

Box 26

Folder 200

Correspondence, clippings, and other papers

Folder 201

Correspondence and other papers

Folder 202

Correspondence

Script to TV program 'R for T' (‘The Gillies Report’ - series 2, program 1)

Monologue, 'Ronald Reagan', by John Macgregor, 1985

Folder 203

Correspondence and other papers

Folder 204

Correspondence and other papers

Script, 'The Joke After God', by Don Watson, 18 April 1986

Folder 205

Correspondence and other papers

 

Box 27

Folder 206

Correspondence and other papers

Folder 207

Correspondence and other papers

Folder 208

Correspondence and other papers

Folder 209

Correspondence and other papers

Folder 210

Correspondence and other papers

Folder 211

Correspondence and other papers

Folder 212

Script, first draft, 'Beware of Imitations' [play]

 

Audiovisual material 

AV Box 1

AV 1

Cassette Tape - Boof Morgan : 'Smoking is Bad for You'; 'Harmfulness of Tobacco' - (Chekov ?), (?’Smoking is a Health Hazard'); 'A Modest Proposal' from the Minister for Employment and Youth Affairs, Mrs Poppy Defarge - adapted from 'Swift' by Jack Hibberd.

AV 2

Videotape : Gillies - 'Golden Boys'

AV 3

Videotape : 'Another Nail in the Coffee'

AV 4

Videotape : Gillies - Episode one

AV 5

Videotape : Opening titles

AV 6

Videotape : Gillies - Rushes, day 9.

AV 7

Videotape : Gillies - 'Editor Day 4', 'Timecode Display', 14.10.1991.

AV 8

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', Tape 10, day 5, 14.10.1991.

AV 9

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', tapes 11 and 12, day 5, 14.10.1991.

AV 10

Videotape : Gillies -Timecode Display - 'Banker', 15.10.1991.

AV 11

Videotape : 'Moment from America - Small Towns', tape 22, day 10, 18.10.1991

AV 12

Videotape : 'Harrison Bainbridge', day 11, tapes, 23 and 24, 21.10.1991.

AV 13

Videotape : 'Timecode Display' - Betacams 29 and 30, day 14 - Ozzie Movies, 25.10.1991.

AV 14
V

ideotape: various segments/compiles, 7. 1.1991.

 

AV Box 2

AV 15

Videotape: 'Gardener'; 'Coach'; 'Pensioner', 10.10.1991.

AV 16

Videotape: 'Timecode Display' - 'Goldra Boys' segment ('Golden Boys'??), 30.10.1991.

AV 17

Videotape: offline edits - Wednesday, 24.10.1991.

AV 18

Videotape : 'Timecode Display' - 'Goldra Boys' segment ('Golden Boys' ??), 30.10.1991, tape 5, part 1.

AV 19

Videotape : 'Timecode Display' - 'Goldra Boys' segment ('Golden Boys' ??), 30.10.1991, tape 5, part 2.

AV 20

Videotape: Gillies - 'Newsreader', 18.11.1991.

AV 21

Videotape : 'Timecode Display' - reel 1 of 2, 29.11.1991.

AV 2

Videotape : 'Timecode Display' - reel 2 of 2, 29.11.1991

AV 23

Videotape : Gillies - Play 6 - 'The Salon', 18.12.1991

AV 24

Videotape : Gillies - 'Vietnam Vets', 7.1.1992

AV 25

Videotape : Gillies - test program 1, 10.1.1992

AV 26

Videotape : Gillies - test conform program, 10.1.1992

 

AV Box 3

AV 27

Videotape : Gillies - 'Vietnam Vets', test conform, episode 3, 13.1.1992

AV 28

Videotape : Gillies - test program conform, version 3, 13.1.1992

AV 29

Videotape : Gillies - test conform - hard cuts, version 4, 16.1.1992

AV 33

Videotape : Max Gillies and Company - first conform, episode 1, rough mix, 10.2.1992

AV 34

Videotape : Gillies play - 'The Apology', short version, 17.2.1992

AV 35

Videotape : Gillies - episode 1, rough cut, 17.2.1992.

AV 36

Videotape : Gillies play - 'Vietnam Vets', version 2, 17.2.1992.

AV 37

Videotape : Gillies - rough 'Nail in the Coffee', duration only, 20.2.1992.

AV 38

Videotape : Gillies & Company, first cut, episode 3, 26.2.1992.

 

AV Box 4

AV 30

Videotape : Gillies -'Golden Boys' segment, 22.1.1992.

AV 31

Videotape - Gillies, various, cut-downs, 28.1.1992.

AV 32

Video Tapes - Gillies -opener, rough ass[WU13] ., 6.2.1992.

AV 39

Videotape : Gillies and Company - unmixed audio, episode 4, 3.3.1992.

AV 40

Videotape : Gillies and Company, episode 3, 4 March 1992.

AV 41

Videotape : Gillies - 'Apology', first edition

AV 42

Videotape : Gillies - 'Gardener', 'Timecode Display', tape 6 and 7, day 5, 10 October 1991

AV 43

Videotape : Gillies - 'Auditions', play 1, rough cut, main shot only, 11 November 1991

AV 44

Videotape - Gillies - 'Auditions' - studio shot, roll 7, 11 November 1991

AV 45

Videotape : Gillies - 'Trial - Bainbridge', 'Timecode Display', tape 15, day 7, 16.10.1991.

AV 46

Videotape : Gillies - 'The Last Nail in the Coffee', betacam, tape 4, 26.11.91.

AV 47

Videotape : Gillies - studio shot 'Auditions', roll 8, 11.11.1991.

AV 48

Videotape : Gillies - segment, compile 2, 16.11.1991.

AV 49

Videotape : Gillies - play 2 'The Record shop', 18.11.1991.

AV 50

Videotape : Gillies - 'The Last Nail in the Coffee', reel 12 (one of two), 25.11.1991.

 

AV Box 5

AV 51

Videotape : Gillies - 'The Last Nail in the Coffee', reel 12 (two of two), 25.11.1991.

AV 52

Videotape : Gillies - 'The Last Nail in the Coffee', reel 15 (one of two), 25.11.1991.

AV 53

Videotape : Gillies - 'The Last Nail in the Coffee', reel 15 (two of two), 25.11.1991.

AV 54

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', tape 19, 26.11.1991.

AV 55

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', reel 1 (one of two), tape 23, 29.11.1991.

AV 56

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', reel 2 (two of two), tape 21, 29.11.1991.

AV 57

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', reel 1 (one of two), tape 23, 29.11.1991.

AV 58

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', reel 2 (two of two), tape 21, 29.11.1991.

AV 59

Videotape : Gillies - 'Editor' introduction. and 'Buckall', 4.12.1991.

AV 60

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', studio shoot, tape 31, 13.12.1991.

AV 61

Videotape : Gillies - segment compile, offline viewing copy.

AV 62

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', studio tape no. 26, 12.12.1991.

 

AV Box 6

AV 63

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', studio tape 28, ISO 1, 13.12.1991.

AV 64

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', studio tape 27, ISO 2, 13.12.1991.

AV 65

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', tape 29, main 2, 13.12.1991.

AV 66

Videotape : Gillies - 'The Apology', studio shoot, tape 30, 13.12.1991.

AV 67

Videotape : Gillies - 'The Salon of Jim and Claude', 17.12.1991.

AV 68

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', 'The Salon of Jim and Claude' and ?’Ghost', composite tape 36, 17.12.1991.

AV 69

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', 'The Salon of Jim and Claude', tape 39, ISO, 17.12.1991.

AV 70

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', 'The Salon of Jim and Claude', tape 40, 17.12.1991.

AV 71

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display', 'The Salon of Jim and Claude', composite tape 41, 17.12.1991.

AV 72

Videotape : Gillies - 'The Salon of Jim and Claude', play 6, 9.1.1992.

AV 73

Videotape : Gillies - test program conform, episode 1, version 3., 13.1.1992.

AV 74

Videotape : Gillies - press kit, rough audio, 5.2.1992.

 

AV Box 7

AV 75

Videotape : Gillies - 'Timecode Display, 'Public Servant', tapes 16 and 17, day 8, 17.10.1991.

AV 76

Videotape : Max Gillies, 8.2.1989.

AV 77

Videotape : International Television Commercials - Winter, 1989.

AV 78

Videotape : Gillies - series III, OB[WU14]  (numbered 233B), 21.7.1986.

AV 79

Videotape : Gillies - series III, insert day (numbered 217B), 24.7.1986.

AV 80

Videotape : Gillies - series III, OB (numbered 224B), 28,29.7.1986..

AV 81

Videotape : Gillies - series III, OB day 10, 'Assembly' (numbered 254B), 29, 30.8.1986.

AV 82

Videotape : Gillies - series III, OB inserts (numbered 243B), (one of two cassettes), 2.9.1986.

AV 83

Videotape - Gillies Republic - OB inserts 'Santa/Gibbs Sir H' with 'Timecode', (numbered 265B), 9.9.1986.

AV 84

Videotape - Gillies Republic - OB inserts with 'Timecode' (numbered 271), 29.9.1986.

AV 85

Videotape : Gillies Republic - 'Keating Disco Song', 'Queen/Thatcher' with 'Timecode' (numbered 275B), 2.10.1986.

AV 86

Videotape : unmarked tape (numbered 122).

 

AV Box 8

AV 87

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, studio day, 'The Last One' - ('Shout' song), (numbered 17).

AV 88

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, OB rushes, 'McNicoll and Peter from SA' (numbered 83), 19.2.1985.

AV 89

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, dubs ex studio, 7 April, new musical (numbered 119), 8.4.1985.

AV 90

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, dubs ex studio, 'The Invisible Man' 1, 2 and 3 (numbered 115), 24.3.1985.

AV 91

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, OB rushes, 'Gorbachev;, Santamaria', 'Minder' with 'Time Display (numbered 114), 22.3.1985.

AV 92

Videotape : The Gillies Report -series II, OB rushes 'David Lange', Doug Anthony'; Michael Jackson's Thriller' with 'Timecode Display' (numbered 112), 15.3.1985.

AV 93

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, 'Mikhail Gorbachev (numbered 104), 15.3.1985.

AV 94

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, 'The Pope' 'Minder' episode 11, 'A Well-Fashioned Fittup' (numbered 96), 5.3.1985.

AV 95

Videotape : The Gillies Report - OB rushes ?Francois Mitterand', 'Tony Grieg', 'Hugh Morgan' (numbered 90), 26 February 1985

AV 96

Videotape : The Gillies Report - OB dubs, 'Doctor' and 'Tony Grieg' (numbered 85), 22 February 1985

AV 97

Videotape : The Gillies Report - OB rushes 'Gordon' and 'Roland' (numbered 86), 21 February 1985

AV 98

Videotape : The Gillies Report - OB segments, 'Nakasone' and 'Big Russ' (numbered 84), 20 February 1985

 

AV Box 9

AV 99

Videotape : Max's Viewing Cassette (3) - 'Max Harris', 'Gromyko', 'Trimbole', 'Atomic witness', Gorbachev’

AV 100

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, 'Anthony', 'Nakasone', 'Pope', 'Marcos', 'thatcher', 'Mitterand', 'Everingham', 'Murphy', 'Murdoch', 'Packer', 'Joh' and Lange'

AV 101

Videotape : The Gillies Report - rushes, ex studio (numbered 80), 13 December 1984

AV 102

Videotape : The Gillies Report - make-up test (numbered 26 (B2002)).

AV 103

Videotape : Max Gillies - rushed OB, days 1 and 2 (numbered 27 (B2003)).

AV 104

Videotape : Gillies, rough cut, ABC, 18 March 198?

AV 105

Videotape : The Gillies Report - edited bits - includes 'Station Stings' (numbered 97), 10 March 1985

AV 106

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, OB rushes, 'Hamish', 'Joh' (numbered 69), 15 February 1984 and 14 February 1985

AV 107

Videotape : The Gillies Report - OB rushes, 'Adams' and 'Reagan' (numbered 35), 15 February 1985

AV 108

Videotape : The Gillies Report - series II, OB post production, 1984 material unused.(numbered 13), 18 February 1985

AV 109

Videotape : 'Ballroom Dancing' - 'Disney', 'Pirates of Penzance', 'Geldof', 'Thatcher', 'Kinnock', 'Holmes a Court / Loton', 'Eggleton', 'Tuckey' (numbered 1v).

AV 110

Videotape : 'Bond/America's Cup', 'Tuckey', 'Keating', 'Crean', 'Combe', 'Mental as Anything', 'Howard', 'Peacock', 'Hawke/Peacock', 'Reagan', 'Hiroshima', 'Adamov' (numbered 28v).

 

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AV 111

Videotape : 'Baxter', BHP/Bill Hunter', 'Young', 'Unsworth', 'Wran', 'Richard III', 'Chipp', 'James', 'Hurford'. 'Hawke', 'Poontonda', 'Land Rights', 'Tuckey', 'Hayden', 'Robertson's ?Hypothetical?' (numbered 61v).

AV 112

Videotape : 'Walters (Gen. Vern)', 'Fraser', Schultz', 'Adamov', 'Gottliebson', 'Unsworth', 'Libyan Attack', 'Wran', 'BHP/Hunter', 'Hawke', 'Button', 'Holding', 'Howard', 'Reagan', 'Burke', 'Keating', 'Bannon', 'Hayden', 'Money Market', 'Slumberwool', 'Thatcher with Denis', 'Queen (Christmas message), 1984', 'Lange' (numbered 62).

AV 113

'Howard', 'Schulz', 'Weinburger', 'Gottleibson', Ansett / Crean / Morgan', 'Bond', 'Reagan'; 'Regan';, 'Spalvins'; 'Kerin / Macklin / Negus', 'Muldoon', 'de la Gaza', 'Collins', 'Bowen', 'Gallagher', 'Chamberlain', 'Kirkpatrick' (numbered 71v).

AV 114

Videotape : 'Strehlow Collection', 'Edelstien', 'Hayden', 'Keating', 'Healey', 'McCaughey', 'Bjelke-Petersen', 'Killen', 'Keating - Budget Special, 1986' (numbered 74v).

AV 115

Videotape : 'Bjelke-Petersen', 'P.W. Botha', 'Pik Botha', 'Blainey', 'West', 'Acton', 'Howard', 'Warburton', 'Knox', 'Halfpenny', 'Richardson', 'Dawkins', 'Hall', 'New Right / H.R. Nicholl's Society', 'Powell', 'Backchat' (numbered 76v).

AV 116

Videotape : Gillies - 'Farmer', tape 1, day 1, 7 October 1991

AV 117

Videotape : Gillies - 'Farmer', tape 2, day 1, 7 October 1991

AV 118

Videotape : Gillies - 'Coach' sketch, 'Timecode Display', tapes 3 and 4, 9 October 1991