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Now You're Talking

Now You're Talking (Keith Gow, 1979) wr. Keith Gow, narrated by Leo McKern; third part, 1930-1940, of The History of Australian Cinema

Selected Contents

Showgirl's Luck ( 1931) early sound films
That's Cricket (Ken G. Hall, 1931) short doco, 18 min., with Don Bradman
A. R. Harwood
Spur of the Moment (A. R. Harwood, 1931)
Frank Thring - EffTee Films
Alan Mill, sound
dp Arthur Higgins
Jack O'Hagan (1931)
Frank M. Forde, Minister (1931)
James Scullin, PM
depression
Australian Fox Movietone News (1930)
Amy Johnson, aviatrix
Fox Movietone News/Cinesound Review
Sydney Harbour Bridge (Cwealth Film)
Cinesound film of the opening of the bridge
Ken Hall/Stuart Doyle - Union Theatres
On Our Selection (Ken G. Hall, 1932)
His Royal Highness
(Frank W. Thring, 1932)
Harmony Row (Frank W. Thring, 1933)
Beaumont Smith
Hayseeds, The (Beaumont Smith, 1933)
McDonagh sisters
Two Minutes Silence (Paulette McDonagh, 1933)
The Man They Could Not Hang (Raymond Longford, 1933)
Frank Hurley
Treasures of Katoomba (Frank Hurley, 1936) short tourism doco, 11 min.
Squatter's Daughter, The (Ken G. Hall, 1933)
Duke of Gloucester's visit, Cinesound, 1934
Centenary Air Race London-Melbourne, Movietone, 1934
Silence of Dean Maitland, The (Raymond Longford, 1914)
Charles Chauvel
Heritage ( Charles Chauvel, 1935)
Errol Flynn
In the Wake of the Bounty ( Charles Chauvel, 1933)
Uncivilized ( Charles Chauvel, 1936) dp Tasman Higgins
quota law
National Studios - Sir Hugh Denison, Associated Newspapers
Flying Doctor, The (Miles Mander, 1936) 
Rangle River (Clarence G. Badger, 1936) wr. Charles Chauvel
Frank Thring dies
Ken Hall, Cinesound, Stuart Doyle
Strike Me Lucky (Ken G. Hall, 1934)
Thoroughbred (Ken G. Hall, 1936) Helen Twelvetrees
back projection
Orphan of the Wilderness (Ken G. Hall, 1936)
Mystery Island (J. A. Lipman, 1937)
Rupert Kathner
Phantom Gold (Rupert Kathner, 1937)
Typhoon Treasure (Noel Monkman, 1938)
Avenger, The (A. R. Harwood, 1937)
Let George Do It (1938)
Mr Chedworth Steps Out (Ken G. Hall, 1939), with Peter Finch
It Isn't Done (Ken G. Hall, 1937)
Dad and Dave Come To Town (Ken G. Hall, 1938)
Dad Rudd, M.P. (Ken G. Hall, 1940)
Forty Thousand Horsemen ( Charles Chauvel, 1940)

References and Links

Joan Long & Martin Long 1982, The Pictures that Moved: A Picture History of the Australian Cinema 1896-1929 (Hutchinson, Melbourne) includes scripts of the first two of the following films:

Pictures that Moved, The (Alan Anderson, 1968) prod. Commonwealth Film Unit, wr. Joan Long; first part, 1896-1920, of The History of Australian Cinema

Passionate Industry, The (Joan Long, 1972) prod. Commonwealth Film Unit, wr. Joan Long; second part, 1920-1930, of The History of Australian Cinema

Now You're Talking (Keith Gow, 1979) wr. Keith Gow, prod. Anthony Buckley, Film Australia, research Graham Shirley; third part, 1930-1940, of The History of Australian Cinema


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