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"A Ticket in Tate's"
To-juago by its title, "A Ticket in Tatt's," a now sporting comedy, thepro ductlon of which will be commenced by Uio'Effleo Film Co. at it's Melbourne Studios hi the first weok ot July, should be ot some interest lo Tasmanians. That the dialogue will 'be -somewhat
more ; lively than that o C the average j imported talkie is guaranteed by ibo tact'that the scenario U.as been written by'Mr. C. J. Dennis, ot "Sentimental Bloke" and "Ginger.Mick" (ame. Tho leading mau iii tho production will be Air,, Geprgo Wallace, whose ? rollicking comedy has made him a moat popular personality locally, and, so reports say, has earned him much applause over- seas. It seems that the kernel ot the lunuy business will be found in the fact
that Mr. Wallagee, who. certainly is no light weight', will take the part ot an ox-jockey who has put on so much avoir- dupois that from a professional point ot view ho has become.ot no practical use whatever. Being more lucky than most members o£ the riding profession who dovelop a waistline, he will appear as the trainer of a speedy quadruped aptly or inaptly named Hotloot. The climax is reached ut tho Melbourne Cup al Flemington. Ono has not been able to gather any Information as to whether tho outfit Intends to go over to 'l'as mania lo "shoot" an actual drawing of the famous Tasmanian consultation on the spot.