After falling victim to a relentless war of attrition towards the end of 13 consecutive years of employment with a large multi-national company in Melbourne, the person who is the veritable author of the original story in original screenplay form for the film titled “Crocodile Dundee” decided to accept an offer for separation when the company he worked for, started to show signs of real financial trouble in the early 1980’s.
The said offer for separation was devised by the company's lawyers to be "on a mutual agreement" basis. The underlying purpose for the "on a mutual agreement" basis wording was an underhand ploy devised by the company’s lawyers, which served the purpose of rendering the company NOT LIABLE TO PAY the company's contribution (i.e. dollar for dollar) made to its employees' superannuation plan as per the original agreement between the company and each and every employee when the superannuation plan was started.
The said offer for separation was commonly known at the time as a “Golden Handshake”.
That company's disguised offer for separation was considered MOST UNFAIR at the time, in the sense that the employees' basic and original funds that they had contributed to their superannuation plan from their salary each fortnight -- that was albeit REFUNDED in full by the company but excluding the accumulation of compound interest -- could have accumulated a substantial amount of COMPOUND INTEREST, had these funds been banked in a simple SAVINGS ACCOUNT instead.
Acting under extreme pressure due to a considerable amount of stress caused by the said war of attrition, together with the inevitable financial uncertainty that was facing him at the time, as well as a feeling of anxiety and despair on account of his financial commitments in relation to the upkeep of a successful racehorse he owned on an outright basis then, the author felt that he was heading towards a nervous breakdown. The author often referred to the anticipated nervous depression he was about to suffer at the time; as “taking a trip to the dark side of the moon”.
The author, therefore, decided to lease his race horse to a public horse trainer and exiled himself to North Queensland as a safety precaution he considered to be essential on account of the threats that were being made against his life at the time.
After having purchased a sailing boat on the Gold Coast in early 1983, the author decided then to head north to Airlie Beach/Shute Harbour with the aim of living on his sailing boat – not only to find solace – but also as a security measure so as to avoid any of the afore-mentioned death threats that had been made against him, being carried out by people he could not see.
The author stayed eighteen (18) months at that particular location in North Queensland, from May 1983 to October 1984, because he felt at the time that it would be unsafe to return to city living too soon after the death threats that had previously been made against him while he was living in the city of
During that time the author cruised the Great Barrier Reef islands of the Whitsunday group in North Queensland (from May 1983 to October 1984) using Shute Harbour as a home port, while living on his sailing yacht “Mistress”.
Between the 14th and the 30th of May 1984, the author devised the ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY based on his own ORIGINAL STORY for the film titled "Crocodile Dundee" at Shute Harbour in North Queensland.
An audio magnetic recording of the ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY for the said film was finalized and obtained from the author on the 30th of May 1984.
The videos which feature below and throughout this web site, accurately reflect the nature of these highly charged emotional feelings that the author wisely and productively harnessed into outstanding creative works of art.
One of the finished products of these highly charged emotional feelings translated into musical notes …
There are 3 principal steps to the creation of a new tune or song. These 3 principal steps are Composition, Musical Arrangement and Execution. Confusion is common among one dimensional thinkers which deny these people the ability to differentiate between Execution and Composition. Belief among these people is that the performer, or group of performers, who execute a tune or song automatically have to also be the composer/s of the said tune or song.
When we give it some thought, we find that every human being is born with a set of two natural musical instruments. One of these natural musical instruments exists in the form of the human vocal chords which can be used to sing (or to even hum) a particular song (or tune). The other is the natural flute that can be configured by tightening the facial muscles around the lips that enables a person to shape his/her lips into a natural musical instrument (i.e. an instrument similar to a flute). This natural musical instrument can be used to whistle musical tunes.
It can be said that Composition is the expression of human emotional feelings translated into musical notes that are generated into a specific and harmonic sequential order to produce what is known as a melody.
According to the well known Swiss Psychologist Karl Gustav Jung, the soul in the male is feminine and he calls it the "anima" whilst the soul in the female is masculine and he calls it the "animus".
Most people would agree that when the inner human soul screams with emotional pain caused by, say, a relationship break-up, bereavement or extreme oppression -- (regardless of the gender of the person) -- the use of high musical notes are most appropriate and efficacious in accurately expressing the nature of these deep emotional feelings. That is the reason why a soprano saxophone was selected by the author in 1984 to execute this particular piece of music that the author had already titled : "Forever in Love".
The author's special thanks go to James Last, who has evidently honoured the pledge made in 1984 with regards to the author's selection of a soprano saxophone during his (James Last's) musical arrangements for this particular tune.
... And another one
A pan flute consists of several pieces of bamboo stems of different diameters and lengths that are glued together to build this particular wind instrument. The different musical notes that are generated by a pan flute are ergo dependent on the various sizes of the individual bamboo stems that are used when the said pan flute is built.
A didgeridoo -- which is used to generate musical notes through the vibration of the player's lips pressed against one of the orifices at the one end of a small hollow log or tree branch -- can be said to be a primitive form of saxophone ... Just as rudimentary as a didgeridoo, a pan flute can also be said to be a rudimentary musical instrument.
Since the pan flute is a musical instrument that provides a mechanical extension to the human lips -- and which musical instrument enables a person who possesses the skill to play the pan flute to generate musical notes, a person who has no skills whatsoever to play any kind of musical instrument at all, is ALSO able to generate the same musical notes as generated when a pan flute is played by simply whistling them. Most people would agree that a person who is not able to play the pan flute, would not by any means be deterred from generating a similar set of musical notes by simply whistling musical notes that are identical to those that are generated when a pan flute is played.
It cannot be disputed that most people are capable of executing the simple action of whistling musical notes by using their lips configured into a natural flute. Just as the high notes generated by a pan flute or a soprano saxophone accurately reflect the emotional feelings of a person after, say, a relationship break-up, bereavement or extreme oppression, so does whistling.
The point being made here is that a person who has no skills whatsoever to play any kind of musical instrument whatsoever can in fact execute a particular tune for THE VERY FIRST TIME by simply whistling the said tune.
Can it be said, therefore, that a person does not need to have the skill to play any kind of musical instrument at all in order to actually COMPOSE a piece of music ?
Despite having been subjected to so much abuse and humiliation as a result of having been (in reality) retrenched in December 1982, following the relentless psychological warfare he had been forced to endure on account of being an exceptional employee with that particular firm, the author gave an outstanding demonstration of the noble nature of his character by devising the detailed blueprint of a financial plan that had the aim of rescuing from certain bankruptcy the firm which had ruthlessly retrenched him after thirteen (13) consecutive years of employment.
The said financial plan that consisted primarily of a strategy for the modernization of the antiquated foundry at Fishermen's Bend, which was incidentally at the source of the company’s financial problems at the time, was in fact implemented by the Hon. Senator John Button, the then Minister for Manufacturing in the Hawke Labour Government of the time.
There were also an additional number of inventions pertinent to the Automotive Industry that were created by the author (... among many other inventions) at that particular point in time.
These were : (1) The detailed blueprint of a system for key-less entry based on the combination of infra-red technology similar to what was already in use at the time in TV remote controls, to solenoids installed in the framework of the doors of future cars. (2) Satellite Navigation similar to what was already in use at the time by ships and yachts, but interfaced with the details of street directories, that drivers would use when driving in big cities, together with the provision of audio voice directions which did not exist for marine use Satellite Navigation at that point in time. (3) The rework of engine cylinder heads to accommodate four valves per cylinder instead of only two valves, thus providing improved performance and simultaneously improve fuel combustion/economy, as well as smoother idling -- based on the fact that the incidence of all four valves [especially intake valves] simultaneously sticking being most unlikely to happen as compared to only two valves per cylinder.
From an engineering perspective, the feasibility of such a system would consist of TWIN overhead ambulatory camshafts fitted with inbuilt multiple cams (from the original metal casting) and mounted above the cylinder head, and which camshafts would be controlled by an electronic (computer) card coupled to an electric solenoid so as to select the most appropriate cam along the shaft's travel path with the purpose of adjusting (viz. increasing advance) timing at low engine speed revolution as well as adjusting (retard) same at high engine speed revolution. (4) The relocation of car radio & Hi-Fi control buttons from the dashboard of current (in 1984) cars to the steering wheel facia of future cars (for safety reasons so as to eliminate driver distraction from watching the road while driving). This system was suggested with the wiring harnesses installed INSIDE the steering column housing. (5) The detailed blueprint of a four wheel steering mechanism that was later implemented by Mazda and Honda car manufacturers – a system that was in fact developed by Mr. Donald K. Wylie who was at the time the Executive Engineer at the author’s previous place of employment (i.e. GMH Pty. Ltd. Head Office at Fisherman's Bend in Melbourne - Australia).
Ever experienced accidentally cutting your fingers (or hands) with the nylon fishing line while fishing?
Ever wondered why the original Whipper Snippers (as well as some current ones) use a nylon fishing line in lieu of a metal blade?
When we listen to the lyrics of this song we hear the words : "A silhouette of Dark and Light" ... Does either David Foster, Dr. Arthur Janov or Austin Robertson of Byron Bay have dark skin ? No - so, where did the music and lyrics for this song really come from ?
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The royalties earned in fiduciary form by the veritable author of this outstanding original artistic work in exchange for its exploitation as a full length cinematographic feature film, which had been titled “Crocodile Dundee” since May 1984, is still held in trust and cannot be converted from fiduciary form into cash, due to the legal barriers created by an Australian Justice System which is NOT ONLY inefficient, but ALSO a system which has been infiltrated by dishonest individuals whose cultural roots and "values" belong to some other parts of the world which are not part of the British Commonwealth.
The said person fell victim to a fraudulent COUNTER CLAIM made officially by his opponents in August 1989. This first official counter claim was made subsequent to the (identical) VERY FIRST COUNTER CLAIM (which had been based on a deliberate fallacy, and) which had been made and published in the magazine "Rydges" on the 30th of March 1985.
Consensus of opinion among lawyers of good repute (today) is unanimous that the original article which was published in the public magazine “Rydges” and subsequently followed up by mainstream media articles to consolidate the initial fallacy published in the public magazine, DOES NOT qualify as legal evidence.
The original article published in the public magazine DOES NOT qualify as legal evidence, simply because the said original article was based on anecdotal statements (not made under oath by the journalists involved) and rumours that cannot be substantiated with material evidence that qualifies as LEGAL EVIDENCE.
Modern technology (in the form of the Internet) has TODAY finally provided the MEANS BY WHICH THIS LONG LASTING INJUSTICE, which has been consistently maintained for the past thirty two (32) years, CAN NOW BE EXPOSED.