The Beachcombers (1972–2004)
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A Long Way Home 

John requests Nick and Jesse to make a run to Lund - one full day in each direction - to transport cantankerous seventy-six year old Duffy Bingham to his son Lorrie Bingham's house. Fed up ... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Bruno Gerussi ...
Nick Adonidas
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Relic Phillips
Jackson Davies ...
Constable John Constable
Pat John ...
Jesse Jim
Charlene Aleck ...
Sara Jim (credit only)
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Pat O'Gorman (as Dione Luther) (credit only)
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Graham Blake (as Cam Bancroft) (credit only)
Marianne Jones ...
Laurel (credit only)
Cory Douglas ...
Tommy (credit only)
Joe Austin ...
Captain Jack O'Gorman
Imbert Orchard ...
Duffy Bingham
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Lorrie Bingham
Elie Halcrow ...
Mo Bingham
Lillian Carlson ...
Mrs. Brody
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John requests Nick and Jesse to make a run to Lund - one full day in each direction - to transport cantankerous seventy-six year old Duffy Bingham to his son Lorrie Bingham's house. Fed up with living at the senior's boarding house, Duffy figured that living with Lorrie a better option. However, Duffy hasn't seen his son in close to twenty years, when Lorrie, then a hippie, got married. But after Lorrie inherited a fortune from his grandmother, he has since built a house on his private island. Jesse refuses this job because of its cargo as he and Duffy aren't on the best of terms, so John decides to be Nick's second in command. Because of Duffy's ever complaining attitude and behavior, Nick also regrets taking this job by the time they reach the island. But Duffy too may regret the trip when he sees that Lorrie has not changed at all in twenty years, that the house is nothing more than a shack with no running water, and that Lorrie's dream house - a pyramid - is a long way from being ... Written by Huggo

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1 November 1987 (Canada)  »

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