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  2. The Sun-Herald FEATURES The LONG ROAD TO LONDON

    PETER FINCH, the boy Buddhist in India, the young swagman in the Australian outback, the happy-go-lucky, rather feckless player in Sydney radio serials and third-rate vaudeville, gave few outward signs of ...

    Article : 620 words
  3. Called It "Finch's Follies"

    The little battery stage show ended up by playing to audiences of 4,000 troops, and became famous with ...

    Article : 269 words
  4. With The Strolling Players

    Sorlie's offer to Finch suggested a gain in experience rather than wealth. He had to work seven weeks ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 444 words
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  6. Dad And Dave, And Then The War

    When he returned to Sydney after his year with Sorlie he found it impossible to get back into radio, but ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 563 words
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