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Don't Let it Get You Film (Full Length and Trailer) – 1966 Music Māori Comedy

Don't Let it Get You

Film (Full Length and Trailer) – 1966 Music Māori Comedy

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“The big ALL FUN show for the whole family to enjoy!” said the ads for this musical comedy, which was one of only two New Zealand features made in the 1960s. Moving from Sydney to a Rotorua music festival, the plot follows the romance between a lively drummer (Gary Wallace) and Judy (Carmen Duncan), and the hurdles they face to stay true. This is only an excuse for a melange of madcap, pep-filled musical fun. Made by John O’Shea’s Pacific Films, the movie features performers Howard Morrison, Kiri Te Kanawa and Lew Pryme, plus distinctive graphics by artist Pat Hanly.

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Pacific Films

Music

Songs and music composed by Patrick Flynn

'Don't Let it Get You' composed by Patrick Flynn and Joe Musaphia, and performed by Howard Morrison

'Have You Ever Seen? (A Letter Box)' performed by Gerry Merito

'Come on into the Sun' composed by Robin Maconie and performed by Jim McNaught

Aria 'Una voce poco fa' from the opera The Barber of Seville composed by Gioachino Rossini, and performed by Kiri Te Kanawa