Homicide: Season 1, Episode 264

All Correct (25 Aug. 1970)

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Const. Milligan's fiancée arranges to meet him, but misses him on his beat. Det. Patterson and Det. Barnes are on hand and offer to look for him. They find him lying dead in a lane, having ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Leonard Teale ...
George Mallaby ...
Alwyn Kurts ...
Norman Yemm ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Allen ...
Const. Milligan
John Armstrong ...
Spud Murphy
Carl Bleazby ...
Eric Chambers
Ivor Bromley ...
Clem
Peter Cummins ...
Bob Parsons
George Cunningham ...
Sen. Const. Stan White
Patrick Edgeworth ...
Steve Bentley
Margaret Shepherd ...
Wendy Reed
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Kevin Ford
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Const. Milligan's fiancée arranges to meet him, but misses him on his beat. Det. Patterson and Det. Barnes are on hand and offer to look for him. They find him lying dead in a lane, having been killed while on duty at the scene of a burglary. Written by Darren Smith

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Former NSW policeman Monte Miller said of this script: "As a young cop their he was sometimes faced with terrifying situation and this is what I'm trying to put across in this epp. The young bloke on the beat can suddenly be fighting for his life, which is what happens in 'All Correct'." See more »

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