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Hunter (TV Series 1967–1969) Poster

(1967–1969)

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The opening titles used for the first 14 episodes included a clever shot taken of the then President of the United States of America, Lyndon Baines Johnson, on his visit to Australia. The shot pans from the President to a watchful John Hunter in the crowd.
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At one point, Australian oil company Ampol, who sponsored the series in the first year, planned a national advertising campaign which, if it had gone ahead, would have seen the faces of Tony Ward and Fernande Glynn appear on every Ampol petrol pump in Australia.
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The car driven by John Hunter is a Ford Mustang that was imported especially for the series, as the model was uncommon in Australia at the time. The vehicle's registration number is JOH 999, which is a genuine Victorian registration. The letters in this registration are for John Hunter and the number was chosen to signify the Nine Network.
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