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Directed by David Baker
Produced by Ron McLean
Colin Eggleston
Written by Ron McLean
Based on Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors by John Dixon
Starring Eric Oldfield
Louise Howitt
Music by Gary Hardman
Cinematography Kevan Lind
Distributed by Sundowner Home Videos
Release date
Running time
92 mins
Country Australia
Language English

Airhawk is a 1981 Australian TV movie.[1] It was based on the cartoon strip Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors by John Dixon.[2] The film was also known as Star of the North.


Outback pilot Jim Hawk investigates the murder of his brother, who had been involved in diamond mining in Queensland. He uncovers a plan to flood the market with diamonds.



  1. ^ Ed. Scott Murray, Australia on the Small Screen 1970-1995, Oxford Uni Press, 1996 p4
  2. ^ AIRHAWK - STAR OF THE NORTH at Peter Malone accessed 18 June 2013

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