A centrepiece of this Ozploitation season of cult Aussie movies is The Adventures of Barry McKenzie (Saturday, 9.15pm, World Movies) from 1972. One of the great underrated Australian comedies, now largely forgotten, Bazza McKenzie at the time crashed through classes, genders, ethnicities and nationalities. Created by Barry Humphries, produced by Phillip Adams and starring Barry Crocker, it was a catalyst in the resurrection of the local film industry, the first Australian movie to sell more than $1 million worth of tickets at the national box office. With its ribald humour, inventive Aussie slang, great songs, slapstick, loads of beer, violence, vomiting, vampires, prostitutes and kung-fu fights, the movie is a hoot, a riot, and an absolute cracker. Not quite in the same league but very funny is Humphries’ Les Patterson Saves the World (Wednesday, 9.30pm) in which the uncouth, chundering Patterson teams up with Dame Edna Everage (also, of course, played by Humphries) to save the world from a virulent bio-terror attack. Also starring Graham Kennedy, Pamela Stephenson and Joan Rivers, it’s hardly a watershed in Humphries’ career, but nonetheless worthy of inclusion.