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Pukemanu - Pukemanu Welcomes You

Television (Full Length Episode) – 1971

Phyllis Telford (Pat Evison) and Dr Rhyder (Ian Watkin) examine the racing form.

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"On the screen you saw her as Myra the Maori housewife who dominated the first episode of Pukemanu," NZBC.

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"Vernon Hill acting out his prisoner hunting role for the Post this morning (Pukemanu)", The Evening Post, 1973.

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A shot from pioneering drama series Pukemanu: Phyllis Telford (Pat Evison) and Angus (Tama Poata) examine an injured Diana Thorpe (Ginette McDonald) in episode 'Pukemanu Welcomes You'

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Filming on the set of the Pukemanu pub.

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A dramatic scene from Pukemanu

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Tony Barry as Dan from Pukemanu.

Photograph by NZBC photographer, Robert Joiner, 1971. Kindly supplied by the Dominion Post.

An armed robbery at Pukemanu Bank.

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Michael Woolf as Frank Maddock in episode 2 of Pukemanu ‘Never Play Favourites'.

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A dinner scene from Pukemanu. Ian Watkin plays Dr Rhyder, top left.

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"Not all the action was on the track at the Tauherenikau races recently, for TV's Pukemanu team was there filming episode 2. Here actress Pat Evison (Phyllis Telford) is seen with a group of young children she has taken to the races yelling home her fave. The filming team with lights, microphones and camera is almost lost among interested onlookers." The Evening Post, 1972.

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