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MorningSide Story 

An incident of racial abuse inspires St Sylvester's to produce a multi-racial musical love story called MorningSide Story... Vale is director, Jeff's in charge of music, Sione, Sina, Mack ... See full summary »
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Episode credited cast:
David Fane ...
Jeff da Maori / Rodney McCorkenstein-Taifule 'Mack' / Pepelo Pepelo / Agnes Tapili / Brother Ken / Additional Voices (voice)
Mario Gaoa ...
Sione Taplil / God / Additional Voices (voice)
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Vale Pepelo / Joost van der Van Van / Additional Voices (voice)
Shimpal Lelisi ...
Valea Pepelo / Jesus / Additional Voices (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Janelle Bish ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Teuila Blakely ...
Sina Tapili (voice)
Bronwyn Bradley ...
Mila Jizovich / Additional Voices (voice)
Helen Clark ...
Herself (voice)
Carol Hirschfeld ...
Herself / 3 News Anchorwoman (voice)
Chris Knox ...
Himself (voice)
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Himself (voice)
Scribe ...
Himself (voice)
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An incident of racial abuse inspires St Sylvester's to produce a multi-racial musical love story called MorningSide Story... Vale is director, Jeff's in charge of music, Sione, Sina, Mack and Rex are the stars. But when Mrs Tapili finds out one of her children will be kissing a Maori in the play, she goes all out to stop the show! Written by Anonymous

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Animation | Comedy

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Release Date:

26 October 2005 (New Zealand)  »

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When approached to take part, Prince Charles initially refused, but was talked into taking part by New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark. See more »

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References Whale Rider (2002) See more »

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