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  1. Saturdee is a 1933 novel written and illustrated by Australian author Norman Lindsay. It is a humorous novel dealing with mischievous Australian schoolboys and schoolgirls. It forms part of a trilogy (together with Redheap and Halfway to Anywhere ). [1] The novel was adapted for television in 1986.

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    Saturdee is an Australian children's television series that first screened on the Seven Network in 1986, adapted from the novel by Norman Lindsay. The ten part series is set in the small town of Redheap in the 1920s and tells the story of 12-year-old Peter Gimble and his friends.

  3. Adapted from the Norman Lindsay novel, Saturdee. Peter Gimble's larrikin boyhood adventues with his friends, set to the 1920's sleepy Western Australian town of Redheap, and its repressiveness, from where the boys seek their freedom. Stars. Dominic McDonald.

  4. The adventures of a normally rambunctious youth in early twentieth-century England. Genres Fiction Australia. 277 pages, Hardcover. First published January 1, 1933. Book details & editions. About the author. Norman Lindsay. 81 books24 followers. Follow. Norman Alfred William Lindsay was an Australian artist. Lindsay was born in Creswick, Victoria.

  5. Adapted from the novel by Norman Lindsay, Saturdee was set in Redheap – a small town in rural Victoria, Australia – during the 1920s, and primarily followed the adventures of the mischievous and fun-loving Peter Gimble (younger brother of Bill).

  6. Adapted the novel by Norman Lindsay, Saturdee tells the story of 12-year-old Peter Gimble and his friends as they unremittingly pursue fun, freedom and the mysteries of the female in the face of Redheap's sleepy but repressive narrowness.

  7. Overview. Saturdee. Quick Reference. A novel by Norman Lindsay, was published in 1933, illustrated by the author. A revised version of a series of short stories published 1908–19, it forms part of his trilogy ... From: Saturdee in The Oxford Companion to Australian Literature » Subjects: Literature. Related content in Oxford Reference.