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Eminent Persons 

The Port Deakin council finally go on trial before Laura, and an old friend is heading the case for the defense. As the trial drags on, Max's impatience with the corrupt council dealings - ... See full summary »

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Sergeant Grey
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Heather Jelly
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Karen Miller
Alan Cassell ...
Harold Fitzwalter
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Meredith Monahan
Kevin Harrington ...
Kevin Findlay
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Bob Jelly
Tom Long ...
Angus Kabiri
Christopher Lyons ...
Trevor Findlay
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Miranda Gibson
William McInnes ...
Max Connors
Kane McNay ...
Rupert Gibson
Georgina Naidu ...
Phrani Gupta
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Laura Gibson
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Warwick Munro
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The Port Deakin council finally go on trial before Laura, and an old friend is heading the case for the defense. As the trial drags on, Max's impatience with the corrupt council dealings - and the suspicious actions of the temporary administrator Morton Tregonning - see him go head to head with Laura, made all the worse by the fact that Warwick has just proposed to her. Heather is nominated for a state-wide real estate award but when Bob typically dismisses her achievement, telling her that it's a token award only, Heather finally begins to question their marriage. And Laura is peeved when she learns that she is the only career person in town not invited to speak at Rupert's school's "Eminent Persons" week. Written by Sammy J

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12 November 2000 (Australia)  »

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The other tenants listed on the building directory where Max Connors arrives just after the opening credits to meet Morton Tregonning are all references to crew members - Oakley Jetski Group (Darrin Oakley, second assistant director), Lewin Watchmakers (Ben Lewin, director), Beaument Investment Funds (a misspelling of Rod Beaumont, first assistant director), M.P. Financial Management (Moneypenny Services, production accountants), Ireland Seeley Costume Hire (Cappi Ireland, wardrobe coordinator and Kate Seeley, costume designer), Lowe Brothers Property Holdings (Ben Lowe, location manager), Rawlinson & Partners Catering (Ian Rawlinson, unit manager), Best's Therapeutical Massage (Andrew Best, standby props), Amanda Wray Secretarial Services (Amanda Wray, production coordinator), Visic Commercial Building Suppliers (Ned Visic, standby carpenter), Norman, Keane, McCulloch P/L (David Norman and Michael Keane, set dressers and John McCulloch, staging assistant) and Dizney Merchandising (a misspelling of Tim Disney, standby props). See more »

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References Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957) See more »

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Saltwater Cowboy
(Stephen Pigram (as Steven Pigram)/Alan Pigram (as Alan Edward Pigram)/Phillip Pigram/Paul Steven Mamid/David Pigram)
BMG Music Pty. Limited
Performed by the Pigram Brothers
From the CD "Saltwater Country"
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