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SIX FEATURE FILMS
Plans for the production of at least I six Australian feature films .annually hy Clnesound Productions Ltd. were an-
nounced yesterday uy the managing direc-1
tor (Mr. Stuart F. Doyle). The pictures would be produced with on oversea as well as an Australian market In mind, Mr. Doyle sold. Tile company also proposed to organise a second unit for making outdoor pictures, and 52 news revicwb would bo produced each year. .Contiacts had been made with companies In Great Britain and foreign countries for records of interesting events.
Australian actors and actresses would be given an opportunity to gain public notice, Mr. Doyle added, while other players would be engaged from abroad as found neces- sary. Miss Shirley'Richards was the first young Australian actress to be given a long-term contract. The schedule of pro- ductions for 1936-37 was:-"Orphans of the Wilderness," directed by Ken Hall, with Gwen Munro, Joe Valli, Harry Abdy, Sylvia Kellaway, and "Chut," the boxing kangaroo, taking the principal parts: "It Isn't Done," a comedy-romance: "Tall Timber," from the screen ploy of Captain Frank Hurley; "Robbery under Arms"; "Pearl of Great Price," a studv of the pearling industry; and "Yellow Sands."