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: Hawaii Calling

with Felix Mendelssohn and his Hawaiian Serenaders featuring Louisa Reyes, Harry Brooker, George Barclay, Cynthia Read, Rosa Macari, The Pulu Moe Trio, Beri Shaw, Mako Klubi, Fred Day and The South Sea Lovelies presenting music of the South Sea Islands and dance music in the Hawaiian style.

Contributors

Musicians: Felix Mendelssohn and his Hawaiian Serenaders
Singer: Louisa Reyes
Guitarist: Harry Brooker
Singer: George Barclay
Dancer: Cynthia Read
Singer: Rosa Macari
Performers: The Pulu Moe Trio
Performer: Beri Shaw
Performer: Mako Klubi
Performer: Fred Day
Dancers: The South Sea Lovelies
Producer: Richard Afton

: Half an Hour of Films

The Meeting Place
A film of a small town in the wine-growing district of South Australia with an interesting cooperative scheme in local government.

English Justice
This film explains simply the main principles of English criminal law.

(to 16.00)

: Jack London

A film on the life story of Jack London, fighter, sailor, prospector, war correspondent, and author whose famous books were based on the experiences of his own adventurous life.
[Starring] Michael O'Shea and Susan Hayward

With Virginia Mayo, Ralph Morgan, Osa Massen, Louise Beavers, Harry Devenport, Jonathan Hale, Frank Craven, Leonard Strong.

Contributors

Jack London: Michael O'Shea
Charmian Kittredge: Susan Hayward
Mamie: Virginia Mayo
Kerwin Maxwell: Jonathan Hale
Old Tom: Frank Craven
Captain Tanaka: Leonard Strong
George Brett: Ralph Morgan
Freda Maloof: Osa Massen
Mammy Jenny: Louise Beavers
Prof. Hilliard: Harry Devenport

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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