The name "Ken Shadie" was a fictional pen name used in 1984 by the author as this material demonstrates. This entry in the telephone directory in 1984 was an attempt to convert the pseudonym "Ken Shadie" into what purports to be the name of a material person made of flesh and bones ...
15 Carlton Street Manly (Sydney) New South Wales
Entry in the corresponding Electoral Roll for the same name and address as that recorded in the telephone directory in the name of Michael John Shehadie.
1969 - No Kenneth George Shadie listed
1972 - No Kenneth George Shadie listed
1975 - No Kenneth George Shadie listed
1977 - No Kenneth George Shadie listed.
1979 - No Kenneth George Shadie listed
MAGIC !! - Suddenly Kenneth George Shadie appears in a 1980 Electoral Roll for the Electoral Sub Division of Berowra and alleged to be residing at the above address in 1980, when there were NO ELECTORAL ROLLS printed by the Government Printer during 1980 for the Electoral Sub Division of Berowra ...
... and here is the evidence that Kenneth George Shadie did not exist as a real person in material form - i.e. - as a real person made of flesh and bones in May 1984 - which proves that "Ken Shadie" was only a pseudonym used by the author as a fictional pen name in May 1984, when he created the original story and also devised the original screenplay for the film in question.
So, we NOW have three distinctly different people living at the same residential address !! Do all three share the same wife and family as well as being ONE ONLY DEPONENT of an affidavit with ONE ONLY SINGLE signature ??
... and by doing so ... these kind people have identified and isolated the only person in the entire world, who had an incentive to retrieve this material from the system, as the veritable author of the original story and original screenplay for the film "Crocodile Dundee" - The viewer is invited to make a note of the lyrics at 01:29 : " ... and in your eyes I see the missing pieces - I'm searching for. I think I've found my way home ..." and at 02:33 : " ... I am complete now that I've found you".
At 01:29 we can hear the words : "... and in your eyes I see the missing pieces - I'm searching for. I think I've found my way home ..." and at 02:33 we can hear the words : "... I am complete now that I've found you" – The missing pieces referred to are the extracts from the Sydney Telephone Directory and the relevant Electoral Rolls published above. They contain material put in place since May 1984 (when the screenplay was being devised, based on the true author's own original story) as markers that would serve the purpose of identifying the true author of the original story (already in original screenplay form) in the distant future – after it had been obtained from him (the true author) since that point in time (i.e. since May 1984) ...