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William Fairchild, dp Geoffrey Unsworth; Jack Hawkins, Glynis Johns, Noel Purcell, Inia Te Wiata, Kenneth Williams, Laya Raki; NZ; 8100ft, 89 min. Michael Forlong, dp William Jordan; Andrew Kerr, Temuera Morrison, Kate Forlong, Vernon Hill, Ian Mune; children's; 8460ft, 72 min. Everett De Roche, dp David Monton, music Brian May, ed.
George Tarr, based on Maori legend of Hinemoa and Tutanekai, based on the George Gray version, dp Charles Newham; Hera Tawhai, Rua Tawhai, Miro Omahau, Taimai Omahau; first of three Hinemoa films; also claimed to be the first indigenous NZ film, as the production company was antipodean (Tarr lived in NZ, tho had been born in Australia); no footage exists; 2500ft (Raymond Longford, 1915) prod. Beaumont Smith, dp Lacey Percival; Stella Southern (Iwa), Cyril Mackay (Stephen Manners), John Cosgrove (John Barris), Marie D'Alton (Mrs Manners), Mita (Hauraki), Bernice Vere (Eleanor Barris), Maggie Papakura, Herbert Lee, Raymond Hatton, Dunstan Webb; "The settings range widely, from the NZ hot springs and mountain scenery at Rotorua, to the Australian outback, the surf at Coogee, and a fashionable ballroom at Sydney's Wentworth Hotel." (Pike & Cooper) (Rudall Hayward, 1925) Maori War Films Ltd, wr. Leary, idea Rudall Hayward, dp Rudall Hayward; Rev. (John Reid, 1979) Endeavour Entertainment, NZ Film Commission, prod. Keith Aberdein, dp Alun Bollinger; Grant Tilly, Dorothy Mc Kegg, Peter Sumner, Bridget Armstrong, Donna Akersten; 98 min. Wilson, Peter Vere-Jones, Helen Moulder, Elizabeth Coulter; photographers in 1880s NZ; in pioneer New Zealand, two brothers learn about the realities of their new and different life; 87 min. Roger Donaldson, Peter Hansard, Bruno Lawrence, prod. John O'Shea; Howard Morrison, Gary Wallace, Carmen Duncan, Normie Rowe, Kiri Te Kanawa; Aussie drummer goes to NZ to find work; comedy musical; 80 min.Petra; Michael Murphy, Louise Fletcher, Dan Shor, Fiona Lewis, Arthur Dignam; "the splatter end of exploitation"; NZ; Eastman colour, 35mm, wide-screen, 97 min.He also worked as a machine operator and a life insurance agent for Pacific Mutual during the 1890s.His first known film appearances came in the mid-1910s, and he eventually started populating many of Harold Lloyd's earliest "glasses" comedies.Louis Nowra, Vincent Ward; Patrick Bergin, Anne Parillaud, Jason Scott-Lee, Jeanne Moreau, Ben Mendelsohn, John Cusack, Robert Joamie, Annie Galipeau; set in Northern Canada; director is from NZ (Sam Pillsbury, 2001) wr. Robin Scholes, dp David Gribble; Temuera Morrison, Jaime Passier-Armstrong, Lawrence Makoare, Quinton Hita, Nancy Brunning; drama; NZ Her Majesty (Mark Mark J.
Gordon, 2001) Sally Andrews; NZ (Geoff Murphy, 2004) wr. Geoff Dixon, Mark Hotchin, Merata Mita, Geoff Murphy, Don Reynolds, Eric Watson, dp Rewa Harre; Cliff Curtis, Christopher Hobbs, Andrea Kelland, Ian Mune, John Leigh, Mark Ferguson, Greg Johnson, Kevin J.
By 1920, he had remarried to Jessie "Jackie" Womack (1881-1931).
Many of the credits listed on this page were previously attributed to Allan Cavan.
(Geoffrey Steven, 1983) NZ, Phase Three Films Ltd, Prod. Ester Krumbachova, Geoff Steven, Michael Havas, dp Leon Narbey; Nigel Davenport, John Banas, Judy Morris, Tom Brennan, Roy Billing; art film; 110 min.
(Ian Mune, 1984) Mirage Film Productions/NZ Film Commission, prod. Dean Parker, Ian Mune, dp Alun Bollinger; Peter Bland, Phillip Gordon, Michael Lawrence, Billy T. (Bruce Morrison, 1984) Mirage Films Ltd/NZ Film Commission, prod. Jonathan Hardy, Bruce Morrison from Morrison story, dp Kevin Hayward; Donogh Rees, Hester Joyce, Dana Purkis, Martin Vaughan, Judie Douglass; 104 min.; drama (John Laing, 1984) NZ, Orringham Ltd, prod. Sue Mc Cauley from her novel, dp Leon Narbey; Lisa Harrow, Mark Pilisi, Paul Gittins, Clare Clifford, Bruce Purchase, Emma Piper, Temuera Morrison; 106 min.
(Michael Anderson, 1984) comedy; NZ, Eadenrock Ltd, prod Anthony I. Ross Dimsey, Howard Grigsby from story by Alan Byrns, David Sigmund, dp John Mc Lean; Diane Franklin, Roger Wilson, Jon Gadsby, Robert Helpmann, Robert Morley, John-Michael Howson, Bill Ewens; 101 min.