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"Sons and Daughters" Episode #1.627 (1985)

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Ray Kolle (written by)
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Original Air Date:
1985 (Season 1, Episode 627)
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Vince Martin 
 
Writing credits
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Ray Kolle  written by

Produced by
Posie Graeme-Evans .... producer (as Posie Jacobs)
 
Series Cast
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Craig Morrison ... Jeff O'Brien
Georgie Sterling ... May Walters

Peter Cousens ... Luke Carlyle
Michael Winchester ... Todd Fisher
Regina Gaigalas ... Cheri Nolan
Tim Bacon ... Chris Bainbridge

Robert Mammone ... Tim Palmer
Ray Burgess ... Angus Turner
Connor Fitzpatrick ... Mark Reid
Tom Oliver ... Andrew Brooks
Keith Thompson ... Drew Stafford
Matthew Waters ... Vince Barnes
David Varosanec ... Clive Greer
Ron Stevenson ... Michael Daniels
Susan Lee Masterson ... Frances Mason
Eve von Bibra ... Dolly Bird
Margaret Cruickshank ... Marge Young

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Reg Watson  creator

Original Music by
Peter Pinne 
 
Stunts
Danial Donai .... stunt double
Peter West .... stunt coordinator
 
Other crew
George Zukiwskyj .... staging crew
 
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