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Synopsis

"I had a vision of Shayne Carter in mirror shades playing a policeman. He agreed on the condition he wouldn't shave his mo. Of course it just added to the moment. Ian Hughes (playing the father) brought his new puppy, Olive, along because he had no-one to look after it, so we integrated it into the action. In fact much of the fun stuff he does was him just improvising on the day."

Jonathan King - March 09

 

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 Julian Alexander Terris

Julian Alexander Terris

One of the best singles ever recorded in NZ -so far :) -Fun video too :)

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Credits

 Jonathan King
 Ian Hughes
 Darryl Ward

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Acknowledgements

Made with funding from NZ On Air.