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j EFFTEE'S PROGRAMME.
There is a big programme ahead on the film-producing side of Efftee's activities. The George Wallace comedy, now in pro- duction, will be the last to be made at the temporary studio at His Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne, and the whole of the production unit will be transferred to Wattle Path Palais, St. Kilda, early in October. The first production to be put in hand there will be "Sheepmates," Wil- liam Hatfield's classic of the Australian
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I"Animal Kingdom" (R.K.O.- t
Radio).-Delightful acting by J>
Leslie Howard and Anne Hard- £ ing in a subtle tale of modern X life. I
"The Little Damozel" (British I> r*d Dominions).-Romantic story 4> of a cabaret girl, with music By X Noel Coward. &
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outback. Mr. Hatfield is in close con- sultation with Mr. Thring regarding the production.
A particularly interesting all-male cast is being engaged for this film, and «ever.il bush types have already been listed for possible screen honours.
One result of the increased activity in connection with Efftee Film Productions since Mr. Thring's return from abroad, is a big increase in the number of original plays and scenarios which are now flowing into the scenario department.