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'Greenhide.'

QUEENSLAND COMPANY'S SEC OND PRODUCTION. RELEASED THIS MONTH.

??jntnhide.' the second Western ffaturt; film to be produced for tne Oueensiand Company .'Australian Film Productions, Ltd.) by Chark's Chau v.-!. is now complete, and arranae iiifnts are beinsr made for its Drpmi^r

screening in Brisbane on November 20. at His Majesty's Theatre. The illm w purely a Queensland produc tion, that is. only Queensland material has been us^tl in the makini of this lilm play, which ranks as the most ambitious work yet undertaken to pro due; a big Western film in Australia, in ord-r to secure the most faithful hackirrounds. there had to be trans ported and housed a troupe of 20 artisls and technical experts, with all necessary equipment, a distance or 500 mites to Walloon Station in th' Iiawson Valley, where they were en camped five w?efcs. Eighty miles from the Hannes Rail way station, and thirty miles from Banana in the Dawson Valley, at the old station of Walloon. Chas. Chauvel pitched his camp for the filming of the station scenes. HU little calico village was christened 'Camp Green hide' by those In the Valley. It pos sessed the following features: — \ camp of srs marquees, a wellcon structed and roomy meal and com missariat hut, a community tent, a we!!-mted cook's pallev, water laid on by windmill and tanks, and flve valve wireless set installed br tn» cameraman. '

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