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Issue Details: First known date: 1981... 1981 Pacific Banana
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A story about two airline pilots flying for a small South Pacific airline. Both are attractive to women, but one has a problem sustaining his erections, while his friend is more successful with the beautiful women who cross their paths.

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y separately published work icon Pacific Banana Aldor Flagg , Cammeray : Horwitz , 1980 Z974246 1980 single work novel humour

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First known date: 1981

Works about this Work

Five Outrageous Australian Sex Comedies That Paved the Way for Swinging Safari Luke Buckmaster , 2017 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 9 November 2017;

'The first trailer for the writer/director Stephan Elliott’s new film Swinging Safari (formerly titled Flammable Children) hit the net this week, reuniting Neighbours alumni Guy Pearce and Kylie Minogue. Even by Elliott’s standards (his best-known films are Priscilla: Queen of the Desert and Welcome to Woop Woop) it is completely batshit crazy, depicting a view of the 70s rife with booze, sun, surf and sex.'  (Introduction)

Five Outrageous Australian Sex Comedies That Paved the Way for Swinging Safari Luke Buckmaster , 2017 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 9 November 2017;

'The first trailer for the writer/director Stephan Elliott’s new film Swinging Safari (formerly titled Flammable Children) hit the net this week, reuniting Neighbours alumni Guy Pearce and Kylie Minogue. Even by Elliott’s standards (his best-known films are Priscilla: Queen of the Desert and Welcome to Woop Woop) it is completely batshit crazy, depicting a view of the 70s rife with booze, sun, surf and sex.'  (Introduction)

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