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Who is Judy Morris?
Judy Morris is an Australian actress, as well as a film director and screenwriter, well known for the variety of roles she played in 54 different television shows and films, but most recently for co-writing a musical epic about the life of penguins in Antarctica which became Happy Feet, Australia's largest animated film project to date.
- also known as Judith Ann L'Armand
- born in (69 years ago) in Queensland
- nationality: Australia
- profession: Actor, screenwriter, film director
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by Karina Aveyard, Albert Moran, Errol Vieth
The script was written and rewritten by another team, made up of Warren Coleman, John Collee, Judy Morris, and George Miller. Animal Logic, Kennedy Miller Productions Kingdom Features Production, Roadshow, and Warner Brothers were the joint distributors of the film, which cost a thumping $100 million to put on the screen. However, the effort was worth undertaking, because Happy Feet grossed more than $400 million before DVD and Blu-ray distribution came into the mixture.
by Jerry Roberts
Hugo Weaving starred and the ensemble included Judy Morris, Bruce Spence, and Ernie Dingo. Tanemara—Lion of Singapore is a fact-based miniseries about the families of both the British and Chinese rubber plantation barons in Malaysia when the Japanese invade during World War II. One of the Brits (Christopher Bowen) had fallen in love with one of the Chinese (Khym Lam), complicating the drama. In Sky Trackers, Pamela Sue Martin starred in a high-tech espionage drama ...
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Kim Smith, Judy Morris, Suzanne
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