Big Girl's Blouse
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|Big Girl's Blouse|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||9|
|Location(s)||Melbourne, Victoria (Australia)|
|Original network||Seven Network|
|Original release||13 October 1994 – 8 September 1995|
Big Girl's Blouse is an Australian skit program that aired in the mid-1990s on the Seven Network. The show was created by Gina Riley, Jane Turner and Magda Szubanski who all went on to star in Kath & Kim. There were four one-hour episodes, plus the pilot, which are usually shown as eight half-hour episodes. The phrase "Big Girl's Blouse" is a British English idiom meaning "ineffectual or weak, someone failing to show masculine strength or determination".
The show has been released in its entirety by Shock DVD in Australia.
- Big Girl's Blouse at the National Film and Sound Archive
- Freddie Owen - Prime Example[dead link]
- Big Girl's Blouse on IMDb
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