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Land of Fury (1954)
"The Seekers" (original title)

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Phillip Wayne
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Marion Southey
Noel Purcell ...
Paddy Clarke
Inia Te Wiata ...
Hongi Tepe
Kenneth Williams ...
Peter Wishart
Laya Raki ...
Moana
Patrick Warbrick ...
Awarua
Tony Erstich ...
Bangiruru
Eddie Baker ...
Toroa
Maharaia Winiata ...
Hongi Tepe's Father
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Sergeant Paul
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Grayson
James Copeland ...
Mackay
Francis De Wolff ...
Captain Bryce
Henry Gilbert ...
Aspiti Tohunga
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Music by William Alwyn
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My brief review of the film
19 August 2005 | by (Perth, Australia) – See all my reviews

There are some nice locations in this film that are captured in strikingly vibrant colour with effective camera movement and angles. It is, however, not a very well written film, with a dull romance, stereotype characters and some unwelcoming ideas about colonisation. The visual side of the film keeps it moderately engaging, with good costumes and sets, and a few extra sparks are added in by Kenneth Williams, in an early pre-Carry On role. It becomes sillier and lamer as the film progresses, and some of the music choices are awfully unfitting, but the film does still have a small share of virtues nevertheless.


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