form y My Brother Jack single work   film/TV  
Note: John Alsop (episode one) and Sue Smith (episode two).
Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 My Brother Jack
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  • First broadcast on the Ten Network, 3 and 4 June 2001.

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'Strong Actor' : Nick Tate Anne Pender , 2016 single work biography
— Appears in: Players : Australian Actors on Stage, Television and Film 2016;
'After more than fifty years as an actor Nick Tate recalls the opening night of Don's Party at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney on 20 September 1972 as ‘thrilling’ and ‘extraordinary’. Standing on stage at the curtain call alongside Pat Bishop, Wendy Blacklock, John Ewart and the other cast members, Tate felt a sense of pure pride and satisfaction ‘to be involved with an Australian production of that quality… It was a huge landmark in my life’ Tate recalls. The success of the production was gratifying, particularly as he had very nearly given away the chance of playing Don, and had so many misgivings initially. Tate was thirty years of age when he appeared in the Williamsonplay. From that day on he did not question his future.' (Introduction)
Actors and Heroes : My Brother Jack and the Great War on Television Anne Pender , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: Metro Magazine , Autumn no. 184 2015; (p. 96-101)

'It has been fifty years since the ABC adapted George Johnston's novel 'My brother Jack' for the small screen. With commemorations of World War I at the forefront of Australia's national agenda for 2015, Anne Pender asserts that the series, along with network ten's telemovie adaptation of the same novel, is worthy of renewed attention.'

Source: Abstract.

Untitled Marie Evans , 2004 single work review
— Appears in: Fiction Focus : New Titles for Teenagers , vol. 18 no. 2 2004; (p. 40)

— Review of My Brother Jack John Alsop Sue Smith 2001 single work film/TV
Drama Worth Bottling Brian Courtis , 2001 single work review
— Appears in: The Sunday Age , 3 June 2001; (p. 3)

— Review of My Brother Jack John Alsop Sue Smith 2001 single work film/TV
Untitled Marie Evans , 2004 single work review
— Appears in: Fiction Focus : New Titles for Teenagers , vol. 18 no. 2 2004; (p. 40)

— Review of My Brother Jack John Alsop Sue Smith 2001 single work film/TV
Drama Worth Bottling Brian Courtis , 2001 single work review
— Appears in: The Sunday Age , 3 June 2001; (p. 3)

— Review of My Brother Jack John Alsop Sue Smith 2001 single work film/TV
Actors and Heroes : My Brother Jack and the Great War on Television Anne Pender , 2015 single work criticism
— Appears in: Metro Magazine , Autumn no. 184 2015; (p. 96-101)

'It has been fifty years since the ABC adapted George Johnston's novel 'My brother Jack' for the small screen. With commemorations of World War I at the forefront of Australia's national agenda for 2015, Anne Pender asserts that the series, along with network ten's telemovie adaptation of the same novel, is worthy of renewed attention.'

Source: Abstract.

'Strong Actor' : Nick Tate Anne Pender , 2016 single work biography
— Appears in: Players : Australian Actors on Stage, Television and Film 2016;
'After more than fifty years as an actor Nick Tate recalls the opening night of Don's Party at the Old Tote Theatre in Sydney on 20 September 1972 as ‘thrilling’ and ‘extraordinary’. Standing on stage at the curtain call alongside Pat Bishop, Wendy Blacklock, John Ewart and the other cast members, Tate felt a sense of pure pride and satisfaction ‘to be involved with an Australian production of that quality… It was a huge landmark in my life’ Tate recalls. The success of the production was gratifying, particularly as he had very nearly given away the chance of playing Don, and had so many misgivings initially. Tate was thirty years of age when he appeared in the Williamsonplay. From that day on he did not question his future.' (Introduction)
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