This documentary tells the life story of entertainer Sir Howard Morrison. Sir Howard discusses his Te Arawa whakapapa, his whānau, and his Anglican faith. Includes footage of his investiture, a visit to his old school - Te Aute, early performances by the Howard Morrison Quartet in Rotorua and performances throughout his career. Sir Howard is candid about his ego, his foray into film, and his marriage. An especially touching moment is a visit to an old Tuhoe friend (Sir Howard spent his early years in the Urewera) with a cloak made for his father.
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Television, 1982 (Full Length)
A classic Howard Morrison cabaret performance
Television, 1995 (Full Length)
A celebration of 40 years in showbiz for Howard Morrison
Television, 1990 (Full Length)
Howard Morrison performs with the Auckland Philharmonia
Television, 1989 (Full Length)
A tribute to Sir Howard Morrison
Television, 1990 (Excerpts)
Sir Howard banters with his mate Billy T James
Television, 2005 (Full Length)
Hosted by Sir Howard’s nephew actor Temuera Morrison
Television, 2007 (Excerpts)
Features Te Aute old boy George Ormond
Television, 1996 (Full Length Episode)
Features a rugby match with Te Aute College
Television, 1993 (Full Length)
A profile of John O’Shea also made by Bryan Bruce
Television, 2008 (Full Length)
Documentary about kiwi pop star John Rowles