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Buster NOBLE (1983)

Buster Noble

1913 – Born Clarence Lancelot Noble on March the 1st.

1931 – Started professionally in show business with a traveling show.

1942 – 46 – Served as a sergeant in the Warratahs Entertainment Unit in the Australian Infantry Forces.

After the war the Buster, and his wife Helen, joined the Tivoli circuit of variety entertainment and worked around Australia and New Zealand in such shows as “Stars and Garters”, “Atomic Blondes”, “Sit Back and Laugh” and “Let's Make it a Party”. Helen was a singer/dancer and straight woman and he the comic who played the ukelele and tap-danced..

1951 – Buster travelled to England and returned via Asia where he played the comic with the “Carol Carr Show”.

Buster also entertained Australian troops overseas and Helen went with him to Korea in the early 1950s

Buster had a lot of novelty singles released over the years and one of his better known ones "The Pommy Jackaroo" from 1962. His other hits included "The Young Camp Stockman" from 1973, “The Shearer’s Cook”, “The Publican’s Daughter”, “Searchin’ For the Outback”, “Talkin’ Strine” plus many others.

1983 – Inducted into the Hands of Fame.

1990 – Passed away in July.