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MELBOURNE, September 29.
Tlie advance guard of the Efftee Films unit to go on location at Coo fiei's Creek, on the Queensland border, eft by car to-day for the north. It comprised the managing and produc- ing director (Mr. F. W. Thring), Mr. William Hatfield, author of "Sheep mates," which is to be filmed, and the technical staff, including sound and camera men. The party took four cameras, and on arrival at the selected location they will prepare to take big cattle mustering scenes in a film ver- sion of "Sheepmates."
It was originally intended to send the whole unit on October 8, but in- formation was received tbat mustering had been put forward a week, so plans had to be changed. The actors who are taking part in the mustering scenes -will join the unit at the ter- mination of the run of the play "Sppe" in Melbourne, on October 7. They will leave by car on the following day.