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Hot Potato: The Story of The Wiggles
Amazon

Title

Hot Potato: The Story of The Wiggles

Year released

2023

Genres

Documentary

Classification

7+

Synopsis

Known as The Beatles for toddlers, The Wiggles have been entertaining Aussie kids since 1991 with hit songs like Hot Potato and Fruit Salad (Yummy, Yummy). You’ve heard their music, and you’ve danced with Captain Feathersword and Dorothy the Dinosaur. Now it’s time to go behind the scenes of how Anthony Field, Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt and Greg Page became the most successful children’s music group in history.

Runtime

104mins

Cast and crew

  • Anthony Field
  • Murray Cook
  • Jeff Fatt
  • Greg Page
  • Simon Pryce
If you've grown up in the last 30 years, or had a kid in the last 30 years, chances are you've come across The Wiggles.

Those 4 coloured skivvies have become iconic and entertained millions of children (and adults!) in that time.

This documentary gives you a backstage pass to The Wiggles and features decades of personal archive footage and intimate access to their live shows.

It also features interviews with past and present members of The Wiggles as they talk about music, friendship and more.

This will no doubt be one of those documentaries that will appeal to the enduring power of the child in all of us.

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Mark Neilsen writes about streaming at Finder. He has over 20 years experience in entertainment media, having worked for street bible The Drum Media as well as The Music's magazine and website. He's partial to movies and TV shows featuring explosions and/or zombies, as well as the genteel pace of Test cricket. He's also trying to invent a time machine so as to whittle down the shows on his various watchlists. See full profile

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