The James Dossier is a 1975 Australian musical about Francis James written by Bob Ellis with music by Patrick Flynn.
It was originally produced as The Francis James Dossier in 1973 then was revamped for a 1975 production.
The Sydney Morning Herald said it "deserves a longer life".
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Robert James Ellis was an Australian writer, journalist, filmmaker, and political commentator. He was a student at the University of Sydney at the same time as other notable Australians including Clive James, Germaine Greer, Les Murray, John Bell, Ken Horler, Robert Hughes and Mungo McCallum. He lived in Sydney with the author and screenwriter Anne Brooksbank; they had three children.
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