Long before the 'gross-out' comedies 'Something About Mary", "Dumb And Dumber", "American Pie", etc Bruce Beresford's film of Barry Humphries and Nicholas Garland's Private Eye comic strip The Adventures Of Barry Mckenzie (the world's first gross-out comedy) shocked it's financier's the Australia Government with it's portrayal of Australian's as drinking, shagging, vomiting, urinating vulgarians. The British press were equally horrified with the English portrayed as upper class perverts, poofters, lezza's swindlers and idiots. Barry McKenzie a loud-mouthed sex crazed innocent travels to London to get a cultural education. His Aunt Edna Everidge accompanies him to keep out of harms way. Barry's adventures take him from the Australian colony of Earl's Court to Rickmansworth and the strange perversions of England's upper classes, along the hippie trail meeting the thieves of the British music industry before landing him back in London this time among the sexual deviants of Notting Hill.