Harold Antony 'Tony' Larkins is a former film technician who became caught up in one of Australia's most celebrated business sagas, the rise and fall of Christopher Skase. Raised in Hunters Hill, Sydney, Tony worked on the production of top Australian movies including 'Crocodile Dundee' and 'Phar Lap' as well as numerous high-quality commercials. Marrying Amanda Argenti, the eldest daughter of Pixie Skase by an earlier marriage, he was settling into a happy life in Sydney when life changed dramatically. After Skase's business empire collapsed and he re-located to Spain, he asked Tony and Amanda, along with their new-born daughter Charlotte, to throw everything in and come and live in Mallorca. Tony Larkins spent almost eleven years working side by side with Skase as he tried to re-establish his life, his business and his credibility. It was a dramatic saga that a marauding media pack constantly at the gate ensured was rarely out of the headlines, ending in Skase's death in 2001. Now Tony is telling his story. Skase, Spain & Me. By the man who lived through it all.