Sue Parish and the Author at the Racehorse Owners Association ball in 1980.
Affidavit received from Mrs. Loris Charlton (nee Jensen)
Donger and Walkabout Creek
In colloquial Australian a simple minded person is called a "DORK" ... so, an appropriate name for a simple minded person with great physical strength is a "DONK" - i.e. an amagalmation of "DORK" and "DONGER" = "DONK"
Mick's nobility title "Michael J. Crocodile Dundee" was parodied from and inspired by the nobility title granted to Jean Baptiste Charles Bouvet de Lozier in 1774 as recorded at the 4th and 5th last lines of the above document that have been highlighted in gold colour. The middle initial "J" is also the author's middle initial. This can be verified by checking the name of the owner of the horse with saddle cloth number 2 on the Flemington race book page which is published further down on this same screen. See 14th exhibit down counting from next item.
Below is photographic evidence that the name of Capitaine Bouvet is in fact recorded on an obelisk situated at Mahebourg on the island of Mauritius.
Bust of Admiral Bouvet after his promotion from Captain to Admiral erected in front of the municipal library, Saint Servan, Britanny, Northern France.
White leghorn chicken being blown away by the whirlwind created by the rotors of the "Alouette" helicopter bringing Sue Charlton to Walkabout Creek.
SHAVING WITH KNIFE
Mr. Gary Boyes [(mob: 0417332383) land line: (03) 54332385] would also be in a position to testify in relation to the uncompleted affidavit forwarded to Ms. Michael P. McBride in reference to the marker "Bidet" and also to the uncompleted affidavit forwarded to Dr. Kerry Curtin in reference to the marker "Walkabout Creek" which had been inspired by the song "The Sheik of Scrubby Creek" by Chad Morgan, since Mr. Boyes was also present on both occasions.
Walter Riley or Reilly
"Nugget" is the English translation for the French word "Petite" as in "La Pepite".
Peter and Cyril
Dance like Fred Astaire
Race Book page displaying the name RAPID RIVER of a participant later kindly forwarded to the author by the secretary of the Newcastle Racing Club.
Race Results having on record the rank and name of the horse RAPID RIVER later obtained from the Latrobe Library in Melbourne
The horse "Abominable" owned by R. J. Bouvet (Please note that the middle initial of the author is in fact "J") and allocated with saddle cloth number 2 that features in the race book page above, is the horse in question as mentioned in the affidavit below signed by Mr. Ern Ewert, horse trainer of Rockbank in Melbourne. The affidavit below is evidence that there was a proposal made to the owner of the said horse by this trainer to race it over hurdles.
The relevance of this affidavit is in reference to the comments made by the race caller after the race in which "RAPID RIVER" competed, that the connections of the horse "RAPID RIVER" had decided to race their horse over hurdles in light of the horse's poor performance over flat races. The risks involved in racing horses over hurdles was the author's main motivation to name the river where Mick Dundee had been attacked by the crocodile after the name of this horse.
PETER and HEAD OFFICE
PETER and CYRIL and HEAD OFFICE
Juanita Arensen ... Nice girl, good cook, biiiiig ...
Any skeptic viewer who has any doubt at all about the authenticity of this particular marker (which had been used since May 1984) can verify the actual existence of this echo in the cliffs at Pinnacle Point by hiring a small boat from Airlie Beach or Shute Harbour and sail it to the cliffs which are situated on the North Eastern side of Hook Island just East of Butterfly Bay. If the viewer happens to depart from Hayman island, these cliffs are only a few minutes away by power boat. THIS ECHO CANNOT BE REMOVED FROM THE CLIFFS ... UNLESS THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT HAS ALLOWED THE USE OF DYNAMITE TO BLOW UP THESE CLIFFS AT PINNACLE POINT.
The goats which have been placed on the islands of the Great Barrier Reef to provide food to shipwreck sailors that may become stranded on these islands during the cyclone season which affect North Queensland during the summer months.
Race Book Page "Rapid River" later kindly forwarded to the author by the secretary of the Newcastle Racing Club. This is not a duplication. It is displayed here by design because the name Rapid River is mentioned more than once in the dialogue of the film.
Race Results "Rapid River" later obtained from the Latrobe Library in Melbourne. This is not a duplication. It is displayed here once again by design because the name Rapid River is mentioned more than once in the dialogue of the film.
ALUMINIUM DINGY WITH SPLIT ON STARBOARD SIDE
CLIMBING UP THE "NO STANDING" SIGN
Mr. ken Clancy of Proserpine in North Queenland would also be in a position to testify that all members of the gang building culverts on "Station Road" were supplied by the Proserpine Shire Council with WATER BOTTLES due the hot temperatures in North Queensland and also that most members of the gang also smoke "Roll Your Own Drum" cigarettes.
I LOVE LUCY
I LOVE LUCY
BIDET and WALKABOUT CREEK
Mr. Gary Sydney Boyes [phone : (03) 54332385 mob: 0417332383] would also be in a position to testify about the BIDET and the WALK ABOUT CREEK markers as Mr. Boyes was also present when the above life event took place.
Letter received from Laurie Young as evidence that Laurie called the author
THROW STONES and CARPET SNAKE (in Part II)
Mr. Robert (Robbie) Baxter of Proserpine would also be in a position to testify that all members of the gang building culverts along "Station Road" in 1983 were supplied with water bottles by the Proserpine council and that most members of the gang smoke "Roll Your Own Drum" cigarettes.
What is stored in the human memory cortex cannot be erased, not even by the drugs and electric shock treatment administered to patients in psychiatric hospitals for the purpose of erasing the patients' memory so as to avoid possible law suits initiated to recover intellectual property that has been stolen ...
Many of us would have made the observation that the SOUND of a particular musical tune, or a particular SMELL can suddenly bring back a particular memory dating all the way back from our childhood.
What we recall is often a memory which we thought had been lost over many years of our lives, due to the long period of time that has elapsed since.
Can it be said then that our senses are similar to the “LINKS” or the “APP’s” we use via our PC’s or via our SMART PHONE’s to access information that has been stored (or even archived) in a virtual (and sometimes distant) data base ?
The names "Fran" + "Don" of the owners of Frandon Agistment Park which inspired the author to name the transvestite in the New York party scene "Fran". One female name joined to one male name are indeed an appropriate and perfect combination for the name of a transvestite ...
FRAN as name of TRANSVESTITE
Mr. Barry Turner would also be in a position to testify that all members of the gang building culverts along "Station Road" in Proserpine in 1983 were supplied with WATER BOTTLES by the Proserpine Shire Council and also that most members of the gang smoke "Roll Your Own Drum" cigarettes.
(MY ... HMMM ... DAWN)
My ... Hmmm ... DAWN
Mr. Gary Boyes [mob : 0417332383 - land line : (03) 54332385 ] would also be in a position to testify that when both the author and himself worked for the Department of the Navy at Albert Park Barracks in Melbourne (where and when the author met Mr. Gary Boyes) in 1969, their mutual supervisor was a Mr. WALTER BRADLEY who had been a POW in World War II.
TAP ON WINE GLASS v/s DINNER BELL