Hugh arrives in Australia to take possession of his inheritance, which is a "farm" in the Australian Outback which is being run by numerous beautiful women. He is aided and abetted by his half-brother Ron.
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Hugh Lloyd ...  Hugh 8 episodes, 1972
Ron Frazer ...  Ron 8 episodes, 1972
Alistair Duncan ...  Hoffnung 8 episodes, 1972
...  Michelle 8 episodes, 1972
Ann Sidney ...  Nanny 8 episodes, 1972
Susan Lloyd ...  Lolita 8 episodes, 1972
Kate Sheil ...  Friday 8 episodes, 1972
...  Tuesday 8 episodes, 1972
Nicola Flamer-Caldera ...  Wednesday 8 episodes, 1972
Jenny Hayes ...  Buster 8 episodes, 1972
...  Abigail 8 episodes, 1972
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Hugh arrives in Australia to take possession of his inheritance, which is a "farm" in the Australian Outback which is being run by numerous beautiful women. He is aided and abetted by his half-brother Ron.

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3 May 1972 (Australia)  »

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Strike It Rich  »

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(13 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Made in colour for transmission in the United Kingdom, it was only broadcast in black and white in Australia. See more »

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Rare miss for David Croft
30 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

David Croft was a successful writer/director with many, much loved British comedies like "Dad's Army", "It Ain't Half Hot Mum" and "'Allo 'Allo!" to his credit but this was a complete loser - no "Dad's Army".

Obviously scripted to get the best out of popular Australian TV comedian Ron Frazer, it ended up more like "Are You Being Served?" with rather puerile "nudge, nudge, wink, wink" jokes and a bevy of untalented, if attractive girls in various states of undress, it just didn't work.

Imported British actors Hugh Lloyd and Anne Sidney filled out the cast but it was pulled halfway through it's British run and never got another showing in Australia where it was set and filmed.


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