REWI’S LAST STAND / THE LAST STAND

REWI’S LAST STAND / THE LAST STAND

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The abridged sound remake of Rewi’s Last Stand. Rudall Hayward was determined to correct the mistakes he had made in the 1925 silent film, Rewi’s Last Stand (See F2290). Like the earlier version, the film is heavily indebted to the historian James Cowan and his account of the invasion of the Waikato by the British during the war of the 1860s. The film takes its name from the famous battle of Ōrākau where Rewi Maniapoto and 300 supporters resisted the advance of over 2,000 Imperial troops duri...


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