In 1932, The Australians In Toronto, a forgotten 13-minute black and white silent documentary featuring Australia's most famous cricketer of all time, Sir Donald Bradman, in action, was quietly released to the Canadian non-theatrical market.The film depicts the visit of the Australian Cricket Team to Toronto, Canada, in June-July 1932. The visit was part of a wider tour in North America. The whole team is shown posing for the camera. Among the Australian players shown in action are Arthur Mailey (the 'Googley King'), Don Bradman, Stan McCabe, V.Y. Richardson and Alan Kippax.