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Moon TV (series four, episode six)

Television (Full Length Episode) – 2007

For their fourth season, the intrepid Moon TV crew set out to tour Aotearoa in mobile broadcast vans. The backbone of this episode is a roadside interview with All Black Richie McCaw, who takes in stride on-screen calamities, a scrum demonstration and a question about swallowing the contents of a lava lamp. Elsewhere a Swedish tourist watches on as Leigh Hart criticises the crew for having more tripods than cameras, and regulars Hamsterman and Speedo Cops (who face a dangerous runaway trolley) return. A Dragons' Den take-off features businessman John Palino, and a vacuum cleaner that makes coffee.

To a degree we have gone back to basics — getting on the road, having fun and meeting people along the way. Living with five grown men in a camper van for ten weeks certainly enabled us to grow emotionally, intellectually and to some degree sexually. If I could do it all again I would probably take two vans.
– Leigh Hart, in a March 2007 press release warning about the show

Key Cast & Crew

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Leigh Hart

Director, Writer, As: Hamsterman, Constable Scott, Dr 90210, Draggon's Den inventor

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Jason Hoyte

As: Chief Inspector Reeves

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Brent Spillane

Editor, Cinematographer, Sound

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Matai Johnson

Moon TV crewmember, Constable Taylor

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Daryl Habraken


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A.J. Johnson

Moon TV crewmember, Constable Marty Hernandez, Draggon's Den presenter

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Produced by

Moon Enterprises


Made with funding from NZ On Air



Opening theme composed and performed by Leigh Hart

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