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1993   1992  
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Simon Westaway ...
 Peter Faithful 26 episodes, 1992-1993
Peter Cummins ...
 Supt. Wallace 26 episodes, 1992-1993
Sean Scully ...
 Ian Cochrane 26 episodes, 1992-1993
Susie Edmonds ...
David Bradshaw ...
 Andrew 'Fluff' Saunders 18 episodes, 1992-1993
Paul Sonkkila ...
 Jock Brennan 16 episodes, 1992-1993
Bob Halsall ...
 Boomer / ... 16 episodes, 1992-1993
Stuart McCreery ...
 Adrian Moon 13 episodes, 1993
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 Lochie Renford / ... 13 episodes, 1992
Jennifer Jarman-Walker ...
 Cath Darby 13 episodes, 1993
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Peter McCauley ...
 Inspector Lew Murdoch 12 episodes, 1993
George Vidalis ...
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 Megan Edwards 11 episodes, 1992
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I'd Love to see Phoenix again, and share the experience with friends!
13 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

There are few series that I EVER became seriously addicted to, and PHOENIX tops the list! I saw in in the mid-90's when it was broadcast on public television (Knowledge Network) in British Columbia Canada. I stopped watching any American crime dramas that i had been interested in after watching Phoenix. The quality and detail were so far above the type of programming at the time. People now are all caught up in the whole 'CSI' experience and i see that these productions still pale to Phoenix. The concept of one crime and it playing out over a whole season had not been seen by myself before. The idea that you might miss an episode and REALLY miss something was so real! I totally loved the grittiness of the show. The scenes of profanity and violence, and yes nudity too... were a bit shocking compared to US television; but it was all done with context. I have tried watching other Australian series simply on the high regard I have for Phoenix and Phoenix II. I think this is listed elsewhere as 1991 and 1992?

I would love to see it again! I saw the ABC price for the series and almost cried.


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