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Lew Pryme - Welcome to my World Television (Full Length) – 1990 Documentary LGBT

Lew Pryme - Welcome to my World

Television (Full Length) – 1990 Documentary LGBT

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Loved this show, watched with love and sorrow, things are so much more open today, this is true love and devotion.

Adelade Phillips

Adelade Phillips 19 Nov 2010 - 04.12pm

The most touching documentary reflecting the life of Lew Pryme. Thankyou so much for all involved in making this a tribute to his life.

Julie Smith

Julie Smith 17 Feb 2011 - 05.08am

I grew up in Waitara in the 50/60`s and remember Lew well working in Colin King`s music shop so sad to watch this.

Choc Eriwata

Choc Eriwata 23 Jan 2012 - 11.50am

It was very bizarre watching this as Lew is, in fact, my late Great Uncle. I have heard a lot about him but this documentary is solid proof of what an influential man he was. It is too bad that he died before when I was born in 1993. Something my mother Sue (Lew's niece) did to carry on his name was to give it to me as my middle name. I feel proud. The funny thing is that I love music and I'm looking to start up a band this year during uni! Ah, Life's a funny thing.

Patrick Lewis Wightman

Patrick Lewis Wightman 14 Feb 2012 - 10.43pm

Goodluck with the music Patrick i`m a retired muso and had alot of fun over the 30 something years but don`t do it to make money because there`s no real money in it unless you crack the bigtime. But as i said lots of fun and experiences.
Regards Choc.

Choc Eriwata

Choc Eriwata 15 Feb 2012 - 08.29pm

Thanks Choc. Ive got music as a hobby and i plan to keep it like that unless i really feel this what i want. But thanks for the advice! Experience is the best teacher :)
Cheers,
Patrick

Patrick Lewis Wightman

Patrick Lewis Wightman 6 Apr 2012 - 10.14pm

Very moving. Thank you.

Pam Ford

Pam Ford 7 Feb 2013 - 12.59pm

It's a shame none of his music is available, the snippets used in this doco sound like great kiwi 60's tracks.

Nathan D

Nathan D 9 Jul 2016 - 06.59pm

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