Starring Queenie Paul (making her first-ever appearance at the Cremorne) and Mike Connors, this version of the Robinson Crusoe story was advertised in the Brisbane Courier as 'a real pantomime, not a revue' (27 December 1926, p.2). Staged over sixteen scenes, the story begins in 'The Market Place of Hull' and ends in 'The Palace of Gold.'
The production comprised numerous musical numbers and ballets, including a French version of 'Horsey, Keep Your Tail Erect' (sung by Mike Connors) and 'Captain Mack' (Cyril James).
1926: Cremorne Theatre, Brisbane, 18 December 1926 - ca. January 1927.