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SYDNEY, Wed. — Murgon (Qld.) is being considered by Ealing Studios as the location for making outdoor sequences

: of the new Australian film, 'Bitter Spring.' Murgon, in the South Bur nett district, is 182 miles from Brisbane. Population is about 2000. English comedian Tommy Trinder and Australian actor Chips Rafferty will star in the film. Ealing's general manager in Australia (Mr. Eric Willia'ms), who has just returned from a location survey in Northern New South Wales and South ern Queensland, said to-night that Murgon was most favoured because the weather there was ideal most of the year. 'I was, very impressed by the scenery in N.S.VV. and Queensland, but I will not make a decision until the producer (Mr. Ralph Wil liams) arrives.'

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