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The Screen Guide

George Stewart was born with dyslexia, and left school at 13 to ride the rails of the Depression, disillusioned and hurt. During his travels, he was a boxer, miner, gambler, steet fighter, sailor, showman, and salvage operator, and successful at all of them. He is now a writer, and in this program he looks back on his life with a brutal honesty that has enabled him to heal some of his emotional scars.

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Crew

Director
Peter Lipscomb
Producer
Peter Lipscomb
Executive Producers
John Sparkes

Cast

Presenter: Chris Masters Narrator: Bob Plasto

Production Details

Production Completion Date
1981
Genre
Art and culture
Production Company
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Sales

International Sales
ABC Content Sales