The Boy in the Bush
The Boy in the Bush is a novel by D. H. Lawrence set in Western Australia, first published in 1924. It is derived from a story in a manuscript given to Lawrence by Mollie Skinner, entitled The House of Ellis. Lawrence and his wife Frieda stayed with Skinner at her guesthouse in Darlington, Western Australia in 1922.
Australian television production
|The Boy in the Bush|
|Based on||novel by D.H. Lawrence|
|Written by||Hugh Whitemore|
|Directed by||Rob Stewart|
|Country of origin||Australia
|No. of episodes||2 x 2 hours|
|Original network||ABC (Australia)
Channel 4 (UK)
|Original release||11 March 1984|
It was one of five co-productions between the ABC and Portman Productions.
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