Lyndy Newlyn Beach girl, “Australian Seafari “ (1977)
Surf girl Tanya Binning (1966) Appears in several films.
Judy Green TV game show hostess later appeared in World Safari II and other feature films.
Rosie Bailey in 1979
Sydney 1979 following a motor cycle accident (as a passenger) which put Rosie Bailey out of her leading female role in Mad Max.
State Theatre, Sydney.
Author of Jaws, Peter Benchley after swimming with sharks on the Great Barrier Reef, ( a promotion for the release of Jaws – the movie). Made a cameo appearance in the movie.
Keith F. Adams (1981) – Australia’s most successful film maker (pre Paul Hogan and the CrocodileDundee).
Extraordinary actor and model of the underwater and art world, Valerie Taylor AM
Kathy Troutt cover girl, model, actor.
Kathy Troutt Official site
Tanya Binning, teenage surfer, model and actor. “Carry on Cleo” and more.
Tanya Binning (age 17) Photographer unknown.
Valerie Taylor AM at Picanninnie Ponds, South Australia. (1964)
Ben Cropp AM made over one hundred television documentaries during his fifty year career on The Great Barrier Reef. (1972 magazine).
Documentary film maker John Harding (1976) at T Newcastle NSW. The last showings of Queensland Seafari.
ABOVE: silent video (40 seconds)
XENON ARC LAMPS
Birch, Carroll & Coyle (Rockhampton Twin) 1986 – with JHH’s 16mm projector alongside, and running.
Better picture (sharper focus). JHH’s Eiki xenon ready to roll.
Complete 90 minute 35mm movie print spliced together onto a custom-made spool. (Pre-platter).
Birch, Carroll & Coyle cinema (Rockhampton Twin) 1986 – since closed and reopened as a multiplex at North Rockhampton, QLD.
Front of house advertising, by an independent cinema, Yeppoon, Qld.
Billboard, Queensland Gold Coast
Kevin F Baglow, projectionist-theatre owner Yeppoon, Queensland.
Kevin Baglow was the youngest theatre owner in Australia in 1976. He purchased the original Roxy and built a new theatre virtually next door. The cat was wild except when in the cinema for food.