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Maurice Murphy (II)

Maurice Murphy was born in 1939 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He is a director and producer, known for 15 Amore (1998), Fatty Finn (1980) and The Aunty Jack Show (1972). See full bio »

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Known For

15 Amore
15 Amore Director
Fatty Finn
Fatty Finn Director
The Aunty Jack Show
News Free Zone
News Free Zone Director


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 2014 When the Queen Came to Town (Documentary)
 1998 15 Amore
 1985 News Free Zone (TV Series) (1985)
 1980 Fatty Finn
 1978 The Tea Ladies (TV Series)
 1977 The Off Show (TV Series)
 1976 Alvin Purple (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- London Derriere (1976)
- Rhythm Method (1976)
- Have a Go, Rod! (1976)
- The Hustled (1976)
- Hospitality (1976)
 1974 Flash Nick from Jindavick (TV Series) (1974)
 1972 A Nice Day at the Office (TV Series) (7 episodes)
- Civil Servant (1972)
- In a Good Cause (1972)
- In Memoriam (1972)
- Take a Letter (1972)
 1972 Doctor in Charge (TV Series)
 1969 Doctor in the House (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Getting the Bird (1969)
- It's All Go... (1969)
 1967 I'm Alright Now (TV Series)
Show Show Producer (12 credits)
Show Show Writer (15 credits)
Show Show Actor (2 credits)
Show Show Self (2 credits)

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Other Works:

With fellow "Army Game" writer, Larry Stephens, Wiltshire co-wrote four episodes of the BBC radio programme, "The Goon Show". These were series 8 #15 (The Thing on the Mountain), #17 (The Moriarty Murder Mystery) & #19 (The White Neddie Trade) and series 9 #7 (The Seagoon Memoirs). All were originally broadcast in 1958.

Alternate Names:

Maurice B. Murphy | Maurice P. Murphy

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