STOLL-HURLEY FILM PRODUCTIONS.
Mr Jameson Thomas, one of the principal actors of the Stoll-Hurley Film Company, said in an in- terview at the Wentworth yesterday that this com- pany was staying here about a week and would accomplish some studio work before going to Thurs- day island and Port Moresby. He said that Captain Hurley, author of "Pearls and Savages," had been able to arrange with the Sir Oswald Stoll Film Produc- lions the filming of two films in the South Sea Is- lands, "The Pearl of the South Seas" and "The Jungle Woman." The following prominent English film ac- tors are taking part: Miss Vivian Douglas, Miss Peggy Lind, Mr. Eric Bransby-Willliams and Mr. W. E. Saunders. Mr Jameson Thomas has grown a beard, so as to realistically take the part of the villain in both productions. He added that the producing of these two films is a joint Anglo-Australian effort, and he hopes that this will be the forerunner of many more such film productions as an effective means of bringing the Anglo- Australian film industry into line with the American film industry.