Prisoner (1979–1986)
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Wentworth is in chaos following David Adams' suicide. Dwyer demands answers from Ann. A note left by David for Ann reveals the truth about Eve and she is taken to Solitary. She demands a ... See full summary »

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Elspeth Ballantyne ...
Meg Morris
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Janet Andrewartha ...
Reb Kean
Matthew Barker ...
Policeman
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Peter McCormack (as Steve Baston)
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Nancy McCormack
Ernie Bourne ...
Mervin Pringle
Meg Clancy ...
Amanda Francis
Lois Collinder ...
Alice 'Lurch' Jenkins
James Condon ...
James Dwyer
Dorothy Cutts ...
Pat Slattery
Pat Evison ...
Jessie Windom
Gabrielle Hartley ...
Charlotte Patterson / Lady Brooke-Giddings
Jayne Healey ...
Barbie Cox
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Mabel Morgan
Maggie Kirkpatrick ...
Joan "The Freak" Ferguson
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Wentworth is in chaos following David Adams' suicide. Dwyer demands answers from Ann. A note left by David for Ann reveals the truth about Eve and she is taken to Solitary. She demands a new solicitor, and is sent a woman from Legal Aid as nobody else would take on her case. Cleared of the attack on Joyce, Reb is released. Joyce regains consciousness and accepts Mervin's proposal. Lou pays Lexie to tell Rita it was Joan who ruined her jacket. Joan wants Lou to stir the women up about May's death. Julie gets a bashing from Lou after thwarting her plans. Two old prostitutes, Jessie Windom and Mabel, reminisce about the past, and it emerges that Jessie is in fact Lexie's real mother. And in a new story, we meet abused wife Nancy McCormack and her loving son Peter, both tormented by her nasty husband Joe. Written by Anonymous

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