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Thumbnail from title in Politics | NZ On Screen
Thumbnail from title in Politics | NZ On Screen
Thumbnail from title in Politics | NZ On Screen
Thumbnail from title in Politics | NZ On Screen
Thumbnail from title in Politics | NZ On Screen
Thumbnail from title in Politics | NZ On Screen
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Politics

Politics

Characters from Public Eye.

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Stephen Tozer as Crouch and David Letch as Thomspon, the hopeless secret agents.

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Corin Redgrave as Governor Grey and Martyn Sanderson as General Sir Duncan Cameron rehearsing during production of the fifth episode of The Governor, 'The Lame Seagull'.

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Producer Mary Glue with Public Eye characters.

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Placed in the the trees at Forest Lakes, Otaki, was the facade of the wooden cottage built as the home of Governor George Grey.

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Left to Right - Dave Gibson, Wayne Vinten and Dave Norris on the Public Eye set.

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Some of the buildings used on the set of The Governor.

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Behind the facade of Governor Grey's House built for The Governor.

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Judy Cleine as Eliza Grey in The Governor.

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Australian actor Mark Mitchell plays David Lange in the explosive two part drama series based on events surround the 1984 New Zealand snap election in Fallout, 1994.

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George Henare as Hone Heke in The Governor.

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Sir Robert Muldoon in his screen debut as a dramatic actor. Sir Rob played Arnos Grove, head of the Secret Services.

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Sergent Johnston places a note on a warrior during the Tauranga campaign. It reads: "If thine enemy hunger, Give him food. If he thirsts give him Drink". From the fifth episode of The Governor 'The Lame Seagull'.

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George Henare as Hone Heke signing the Treaty of Waitangi in 'The Reverend Traitor', the first episode of The Governor.

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Mark Mitchell as David Lange in Fallout.

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Don Selwyn (who played Wiremu Tamehana) explains some of the finer points of a greenstone mere to Eastbourne anitque dealer Helen Jenkinson at the auction of props from The Governor.

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Behind the scenes of Public Eye.

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