Lovers and luggers

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    Lovers and Luggers is a 1937 Australian melodrama directed by Ken. G. Hall. Set in Thursday Island in the Torres Strait, it tells the story of a pianist who abandons his career to dive for a pearl demanded by his manipulative fiancée. It turns out she has a history of asking men to dive for pearls. It was screened in Australia in 1938.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalRochford Street Review
    Publication statusPublished - 4 Apr 2020


    • Torres Strait
    • film criticism--Australia--History
    • Ken G. Hall


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