In 1977 the Australian Performing Group staged a production of this new play, written by Stephen Mastare, at the Pram Factory in Carlton. Unhappy with the depiction of his father, Harry Telford's son Gerald contacted the group through his lawyer requesting a number of changes to the script.

Physical Description

Rectangular programme consisting of six paper pages, printed on both sides with extensvie black text, bound within a white glossy paper cover. On the front is printed several drawings of Phar Lap, along with details of the play and a `pram' logo. The covers are attached with two metal staples.

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