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Februaty start on ?? ' 'Kangaroo Kid'

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There's a flurry of activity in Australian moyie-moking as 1950 begins. 'The Kangaroo Kid'' is scheduled to begin in February, 'The Bushranaer' in March.

Both these films have VS

Daciong. 'The Bushranger'— that's only a 'working title,' explains associate producer Robert Snody— will be made by Twen tieth Century-Fox, in Techni color. It's set in 1895-1900, is Writ ten by Norman Riley Raine, and is about a pioneer family on a Far West cattle station. Mr. Snody has said it was 'unlikely' an Australian actor would play the lead. Produc tion will foe 75 per cent, out door, will be classed as an 'action drama', and will take four to six months. A much less ambitious shoot ing schedule is announced for 'The Kangaroo Kid', by McCreadie brothers (they're the Australians who made 'Into the Straight'). T&e film wrouU fee «hot_ in four weeks, «k£ producer^ Mr. T. O.. McCreadle.

It would' be directed by John English, who had handled many Hollywood westerns. Also from Hollywood would come cameraman and principal players. Vincent Price, Rod Cameron, Douglas Dumbrille, Glen Lan

gan, and Hilary Brook had been mentioned for roles. 'The Kangaroo Kid' would be an adventure film in a period 'setting. Interiors would be filmed in Sydney studios, and exteriors- in New England, NSW.

LAUGHING LADY — Sbe'a Ann Sheridan caught in an hilarious moment ? during m dinner date with screen actor Bruce Cabot.

LAUGHING LADY — Sbe'a Ann Sheridan caught in an hilarious moment ? during m dinner date with screen actor Bruce Cabot.

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