Almanac Interview: Citrus Bob Utber talks about his grandson Paddy Dangerfield

First published 19 October 2015

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David Parker is a film-maker, writer, and publisher (among other things).

He recently produced the critically acclaimed doco about Max Bailey.

 

Here he talks to Citrus Bob Utber about Paddy Dangerfield (Citrus’s grandson). Magnificent insights:

 

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About David Parker

A keen observer of all things sport and a Swans tragic, David likes to dabble in sporting documentaries including the Max Bailey doco for Fox Footy. David is currently filming a documentary on the Australian Cycling Men's Team Pursuit squad as they prepare for the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Comments

  1. Beautifully said Citrus Bob (and assembled perfectly David). It must be deeply satisfying to have watched Paddy come into the world and then develop with such character – as well as sporting alent. Will you be joining the Almanac Geelong reprobates on the Terrace next year?

    [Nice to see a copy of Play On on your shelves!]

  2. Mark 'Swish' Schwerdt says:

    Well done David and Citrus.

    Is that J Harms product placement in the background? (Re JTH: The perils of starting your comment before you watch the whole video)

  3. ned_wilson says:

    Great job Citrus and welcome David!

  4. E.regnans says:

    Love it, gents.
    Thanks very much for sharing this.

  5. Citrus Bob says:

    Every likely hood JTH. Hope Marvin Vaas will join us for his Sri Lankan view of the game.
    I think 32 now equals 34 the great Slick haired Peter Walker

  6. Terrific interview lads. Really enjoyed it. Paddy looks so right in the blue and white hoops.

  7. Chris Bracher says:

    Well done David and my old mate Bobby. Covered both joyous and difficult terrain.
    Particularly liked the wide-view early on that gave us a glimpse of Bob’s great pal Freddie Flintoff the dog. (perhaps a little bit of tv makeup next time old fella!!)

  8. Keiran Croker says:

    Great interview Dave. I recognised a few titles on the bookshelf!

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