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Under the Southern Cross, 1927

In 1925 cameraman Ted Coubray collaborated with visiting Danish director Gustav Pauli. They made two films together, Under the Southern Cross and The romance of Hine-moa (both 1927). Under the Southern Cross is the rural love story of young English migrant David Byne and Hazel Carlisle, who manages a Hawke's Bay sheep farm with her brother.

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Under the Southern Cross [videorecording]. Director, Gustav Pauli. United Kingdom: Sphere Films, 1927

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Helen Martin, 'Feature film - Pioneering days', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/interactive/42467/under-the-southern-cross-1927 (accessed 25 August 2019)

Story by Helen Martin, published 22 Oct 2014