A NEW STAR.
ANNABELLA FOR CIVIC.
"Wings of the Morning," the firet Technicolour film to come from a British etudio, ie eaid to mark a forward step in the progress of England's producers. There are many attractive features that combine to make the film an attraction for the Civic Theatre on Friday.
Not the leaet important is the presence of Annabella, the beautiful Continental etar, who here makes her English debut. She Jβ not only a charming personality, but comes with a reputation ae an excellent actress, and she proves an admirable subject for the colour camera. Henry Fonda, one of her co-stars, • who has won American laurels both as a dramatic actor and -comedian, » not unfamiliar with the technique required by the use of technicolour ae he hae already appeared in "Trail of the Lonesome Pine." Leslie Banks, one of the finest actors on the British screen, completes the starring trio. I John McCormack, the world-lamone Irish tenor, singe three ballads. Steve Donoghue, the well-known jockey, makes ££ V»ow in films. Stewart Rome. Irene Van& Helen Haye and Harry Tate JfefaSr. Much of the success of this productiongoes, as must go a part of every Snkolour film, to Mrs. Natalie Kalmus, t>2 colour director. Wne or the inventor nf the m-ocee, hae Personally supervUd[%££ feature-length Techmcolour film and many, "eborte.
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A NEW STAR., Auckland Star, Volume LXVIII, Issue 208, 2 September 1937
A NEW STAR. Auckland Star, Volume LXVIII, Issue 208, 2 September 1937
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