Serial chronicling the lives of the residents of Ramsay Street in the fictional Australian suburb of Erinsborough. When the series began, it revolved around three families - the Ramsays, ... See full summary »
The series based on the lives of a group of students who attend the fictional Hartley High School in Sydney. Praised for its willingness to tackle gritty issues, from drugs to romance to ... See full summary »
A short film about James (Harvey Newton-Haydon) , a young man that on the surface has the perfect life: good looks, money, a budding career and a beautiful girlfriend (Samara Weaving). But ... See full summary »
Summer Bay resident Mrs Peters, played by Gwen Plumb, only appeared in the pilot episode. By the time the green light was given for a full series the actress had elected instead to become a founding member of Ten's Richmond Hill (1988) cast, as Mum Foote; the series ran a year. Mrs Peters was reworked into the much-younger Celia Stewart. See more »
When Carly Lucini had her baby in 1992, it was a girl. But when the Ross family tried to help Pippa regain her memory in 1997, they said Carly had had a boy! See more »
Well, it isn't hard to figure out what's going on, Maximus. I wasn't born yesterday!
You can say that again. I mean, you're very smart, Mrs. Smart.
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In June 1996 the credits changed so Shane approaches from the other side of the screen, causing Angel to be confused. See more »
I think H&A is a great show. You have to appreciate the history to enjoy the show. The show has a lot of history and helps budding young actors get started. Kate Richie is one of the best actors, probably because she was there from the start and we (the viewers) were able to see her grow up. The show is obviously a little exaggerated I mean our ordinary life is not as adventurous but I think that's what makes us (the viewers) watch it. Thanks for a teriffic show, I will always watch it.
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