Hogan  The story of a son of Oz  by James Oram
Hogan by James Oram
Hogan by James Oram
Hogan by James Oram
Hogan by James Oram
Hogan by James Oram
Hogan by James Oram
Hogan by James Oram
Hogan by James Oram
Hogan by James Oram

Hogan by James Oram

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Hogan

The story of a son of Oz

by James Oram

Century Hutchinson Australia, 1987, ISBN 0091689716, colour photographic frontispiece, colour and black and white photographs throughout, hardcover with illustrative engraving on front, dust-jacket

Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, some rubbing to edges and corners, some creasing to covers, no inscriptions, price-clipped front end-paper, small stain to bottom fore-edge, (see photographs)

 “Almost single-handed, since mid-1986, Paul Hogan has kept the box-office tills on three continents ringing with his film Crocodile Dundee.  He has indeed come a long way since the days he worked as a rigger on Sydney Harbour Bridge…
In this book, journalist and author James Oram tells the Hogan story, from his break into television with New Faces and A Current Affair, through to the heady days of the present, when the U.S. television executives come to him.  But Oram goes beyond the show-business glamour, and investigates the careful planning behind such success stories as the Winfield commercials, the Foster’s and ‘put another shrimp on the barbie’ campaigns; and the selling of Crocodile Dundee, where Hogan and John Cornell did it their way – and beat the Hollywood executives on their own ground.”

 

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