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No patriotic Australian should miss a visit to the Majestic during the first three days of this week, when there will
be presented the great Australian-made feature, "The Mutiny of the Bounty."
The story of "The Mutiny of the Bounty" is woven round the adventures of Captain Bligh (afterwards made Gov-
ernor of N.S.W., only to be deposed by the people) from the time he was cast adrift in an open boat by his mutinous crew to his ultimate arrival in England and the punishment of the mutineers. Bligh's wonderful feat of navigation and
the privations and adventures which at- tended it form one of the most thrilling incidents in Australasian history, and
only an Australian production could do justice to it. "The Mutiny of The Bounty" ls an Australian-made produc- tion, and the thrilling story, the glori- ous tinted scenery, and the fine acting, from the hero (George Cross) down to the natives, make it well worth while.
'The Mutiny of the Bounty" is a big boost for Australian effort. On Thurs- day there will be a change of pro- gramme, while this Sunday evening we will see Lillian Walker in "Kitty Mackay." ;