Fields of Fire (1987)

TV Mini-Series
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An Englishman emigrates to Australia and becomes a cane-cutter.

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Credited cast:
Robert Baxter ...
 Bus driver
Luigi Cengarle ...
Melissa Docker ...
Ollie Hall ...
Maxine Klibingaitis ...
Paul Lennon ...
 Cook's Sidekick
Jack Mayers ...
Kris McQuade ...
Wayne Pleace ...
 Cook's Sidekick
Philip Quast ...
Ken Radley ...
Rob Steele ...
 Mill manager


An Englishman emigrates to Australia and becomes a cane-cutter.

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14 June 1987 (Australia)  »

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Cane  »

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31 December 2002 | by (Lisboa) – See all my reviews

One of the best series I've ever seen. The evolution of the characters are felt and one actually misses them once the series is over. The plot is made to create situations of great drama in which the charaters fully demonstrate their human nature. Great aussi porduction.

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