form yGrandad RuddVic Roberts,
George D. Parker,
( dir. Ken G. Hall)Sydney:Cinesound Productions,1935Z3621491935single work film/TV humour Dad Rudd is a grandfather and a prosperous grazier employing his sons Dave, Joe, and Dan at low wages. Tired of being treated poorly the sons threaten to leave. Dad increases their wages but raises their rent by an equal amount. When eldest grandchild Betty announces her intention to marry Henry Cook, Dad supports suitor Tom Dalley in his efforts to expose Cook as a liar with a conviction in his past.
[Source: Australian Screen]
Sequel to `On Our Selection'
First performed at Kings Theatre in Melbourne on 22 September 1917
Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of
Extent:166 p. in various foliationsp. (Manuscript)assertion
Held at:University of Queensland University of Queensland Library Fryer Library