Skippy vs John Farnham
This video is a homage to the Australian version of the fantasticCadbury's Gorilla clip (aka monkey playing drums) which features a man in a life like Gorilla suit playing along to John Farnham's Your The Voice. The original version of this clip, features the same Gorilla-man playing along to Phil Collins' In the Air Tonight. The original clip has been viewed over 4 million times and remixed numerous times. Remix highlights include Deep Purple - Smoke on the Water, Nirvana - Lithium and the 50 cent - In Da Club.
Skippy and the Nuclear Bomb
A fantastic clip from the great sketch show Fast Forward. And to think that Sonny (Michael Veitch) is now the host of ABC's Sunday Arts.
Skippy Opening Titles
The original titles will no doubt bring back a flood of memories for some people.
Spicks & Specks plays homage to Skippy
This video features the extended version of The Bushranger's musical appearance on Skippy. The original Bushranger's Skippy video was a YouTube hit up until last year when it was pulled down due to rights issues.
Skippy The Bush Kangaroo
This video was released online to promote the 35th Anniversary DVD release of Skippy. But it is more than an outright promo for the DVD, it features some great remastered footage of Skippy accompanied by the complete Bushranger's performance.
Killer Willard the Boxing Kangaroo
Ok this is not Skippy, this is priceless footage of Killer Willard the Boxing Kangaroo on a live US chat show sometime in the 70s or 80s. The production team behind Skippy made working with wild animals look easy. But they weren't working with Killer Willard. Lookout Irene!
Where's Skippy The Bush Kangaroo
An earnest short documentary visit to the original filming location for Skippy - Waratah Park, north of Sydney. Many of the buildings remain untouched although a little run down. Waratah Park recently closed and many believe the site will be subject to development.
Skippy Australia's First Super Star
This video features Skippy's very first television interview. The producers of this tongue in cheek documentary were able to pursuade the retiring style icon Skippy out of retirement and back in front of the camera to finally give her side of the story.