Sunrise is a 1927 Australian silent film co-directed by Raymond Longford, who took over during filming. It was the second film from Australasian Films following their recommencement of production, after Painted Daughters.


George Willis loses his unfaithful wife in a rock fall and takes to the bush. He rescues a girl, Hope Stuart, from a flood and nurses her back to health. When he brings her back to her father he discovers that an old enemy, Arthur Greerson, has accused him of murder.

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    director Raymond Longford
    genre drama
    keywords follow injured mining accident unfaithful wife
    productionCompany Australasian Films
    publisher Union Theatres
    theme silent