Adventures of the Seaspray

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Adventures of the Seaspray
Genre Adventure
Starring Walter Brown
Gary Gray
Susan Haworth
Composer(s) Eric Gross
Country of origin Australia
New Zealand
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 32 + 1 pilot
Production
Producer(s) Roger Mirams
Production company(s) Pacific Films
Screen Gems
Broadcast
Original channel ABC Television
Original run 27 March 1967 – 18 May 1967

Adventures of the Seaspray is a 1967 Australian TV series about a widower journalist who travels the Pacific with his children in a sailing boat.[1]

Cast[edit]

  • Dan Wells, skipper of the 'Seaspray' (32 episodes), played by Walter Brown.
  • Mike Wells, son (33 episodes), played by Gary Gray.
  • Susan Wells, daughter (33 episodes), played by Susanne Haworth.
  • Willyum (33 episodes), played by Leone Lesinawai.
  • Noah Wells, son (9 episodes), played by Rodney Pearlman.
  • Inspector Dales (2 episodes), played by Paul Stockman.

Background[edit]

Leone Lesinawai, who played Willyum in the series, was the owner of the Seaspray ship that was featured in the series. He leased the boat to the filming company and got the supporting part of Willyum. The Seaspray is now located near Nadi (Fiji Islands) and is used for tourist cruises to neighbouring islands.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Albert Moran, Moran's Guide to Australian TV Series, AFTRS 1993 p 41

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