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Judging from comments made, a lot of people have been waiting for a DVD of the Paul Hogan Show. Well, it's finally out, in Region 4 at least. It's a 2-disc DVD featuring the best of Hoges and all his small-screen characters, and supporting cast including John Cornell (as Strop), Delvine Delaney, Andrew Harwood and John Blackman. 'The Best of the Paul Hogan Show' is rated PG, covers the years 1977-79 mainly, and runs for 370 minutes.
I have to admit that much of the material seems quite dated now, and politically incorrect, but then that was the 70s. The formula is simple: backyard ocker fun that appeals to the workers and pokes fun at politicians and others in the public eye. Notable politicians who get a (dis)honourable mention include former Australian Prime Ministers Bob Hawke and Malcolm Fraser.
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