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John Laing (II)

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Began his career as film-maker at the New Zealand National Film Unit, Wellington in 1969 as a writer/director/editor of documentary films.

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Known For

Outrageous Fortune
(2006-2010)
The Lost Tribe
The Lost Tribe Producer
(1983)

Filmography

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 2015 Venus and Mars (TV Movie) (producer)
 2015 Westside (TV Series) (producer - 2 episodes)
- 1975 - Is't Far You Ride? (2015) ... (producer)
 2006-2010 Outrageous Fortune (TV Series) (producer - 93 episodes)
- Tis So Concluded (2010) ... (producer)
- Blood and Judgment (2010) ... (producer)
- Give Me Up the Truth (2010) ... (producer)
- Desperate Undertakings (2010) ... (producer)
- Their Grand Commission (2010) ... (producer)
 2001-2003 Mercy Peak (TV Series) (producer - 56 episodes)
- Suspicious Minds (2003) ... (producer)
- The Uses of Pork (2003) ... (producer)
- Good, Bad, Ugly (2003) ... (producer)
- When Ken Met Wendy (2003) ... (producer)
- Something in the Water (2003) ... (producer)
 1983 The Lost Tribe (producer)
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Began his career as film-maker at the New Zealand National Film Unit, Wellington in 1969 as a writer/director/editor of documentary films.

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