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"Home and Away" Episode #1.4999 (2010)

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28 January 2010 (Season 1, Episode 4999)
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Geoff and Ruby commiseration with Xavier's mourning is cut short by indignation over a newspaper quote from Palmer... See more » | Add synopsis »
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"If we run into each other, we're civil but that doesn't mean I want anything more" See more (1 total) »

Cast

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Episode Crew
Directed by
David Gould 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Margaret Wilson  written by

Production Design by
Kerrie Van Lambaart 
 
Art Department
Wendy L'Orguilloux .... standby props
 
Visual Effects by
David Devjak .... visual effects supervisor
 
Editorial Department
David Devjak .... colour grader
 
Other crew
Matt Anderson .... script editor
Matt Bowie .... assistant location manager
 
Series Cast
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Ernie Dingo ... Paul
Peta Toppano ... Helen Poulos (also archive footage)

Series Crew
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Directed by
Ali Ali (2004-2005)
Jeffrey Walker (2003-)
Cameron Welsh (2001-2005)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Blake Ayshford  writer
James Balian  writer
Alan Bateman  creator
Kirrilly Burton  writer
Louise Crawford  1 episode 1997
Jane Eakin  writer
Ina Haas  writer
Glenda Hambly  writer
Matthew Hile  writer
Serge Lazareff  2002-2005
Raymond Meiksa  writer
Rob Menzies  writer
Andy Muir  writer (as Andrew Muir)
Gabrielle Somers  writer
Matthew Tonna  writer
Emily Vann  writer
Alexa Wyatt  1995-1996

Produced by
Scott Taylor .... script producer
 
Film Editing by
John Cameron 
Elizabeth Crosby (1997 episode 2189)
 
Casting by
Holly Robinson 
Anousha Zarkesh 
 
Set Decoration by
Clara Mearns (2003-2005)
 
Makeup Department
Jennifer Carlson .... hair stylist
Jennifer Carlson .... makeup artist
Sonya Downie .... hair stylist
Sonya Downie .... makeup artist
Cale Heeley .... hair stylist
Cale Heeley .... makeup artist
Simon Joseph .... hair designer
Simon Joseph .... hair stylist
Simon Joseph .... makeup artist
Simon Joseph .... makeup designer
Lilly Miljkovic-Micallef .... makeup supervisor
Sheldon Wade .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Sherree Black .... production manager
Michelle Fitzpatrick .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ben Field .... second assistant director
Martin Flower .... first assistant director (2001-2005)
Jennifer Rees-Brown .... second assistant director
Craig Verrall .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Gregg Evans .... set dresser
Gregg Evans .... stand-by props
Blossom Flint .... props buyer
Rebecca Harding .... stand-by props
Jo-Anne Parkin .... set dresser (as Jo Parkin)
Sally-Jo Saxon .... props buyer
Gregory Stone .... stand-by props
 
Sound Department
Matthew Dorn .... sound
Howard Fricker .... sound recordist
Tony Murtagh .... sound recordist
Aaron Waide .... sound post-production
Craig Wright .... sound recordist
 
Special Effects by
Conrad Rothmann .... special effects supervisor (few episodes)
 
Stunts
Peter West .... stunt coordinator
Daniel Stevens .... stunt double: Beau Brady, Ben Steel, Stephen King, Ben Unwin, Zac Drayson and Christian Wills (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Rick Croft .... video tape operator
Graeme Daniels .... video tape operator
Toby Hogan .... camera operator
Jonathan Martin .... lighting assistant
Robert Nash .... grip
John Pappas .... lighting assistant
Tim Warburton .... lighting assistant
Tim Warburton .... lighting director
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Emma Barrett .... stand-by wardrobe
Catherine Capolupo .... stand-by wardrobe
Shelley Morrison .... stand-by wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Kendall Cartwright .... vision mixer
Jenny Fulton .... vision mixer
Wendy Parker-Lang .... vision mixer
 
Music Department
Erana Clark .... theme vocals (1995-1999)
 
Other crew
José Alkon .... production runner
Clare Atkins .... script assistant
Martin Bate .... production runner
Anthony Beach .... production assistant
Dan Bennett .... associate script editor (as Daniel Bennett)
Sabour Bradley .... assistant script editor
Matthew Bristow .... production accountant
Craig Campbell .... night striker
Kendall Cartwright .... production assistant
Robert Clyne .... technical director
Crystal Cooke .... location assistant
Tracey Defty .... script assistant
Deen Diona .... production runner (as Deen Doria)
Ashton Fernando .... production accountant
Katrina Foster .... script editor
Victor Glynn .... sales agent (early seasons)
Sue Hore .... script editor (as Susan Hore)
Phil Lloyd .... script assistant
Tracy Mann .... drama coach
Leigh McGrath .... associate script producer
Genevieve Mooy .... script editor
Matt Norman .... night striker
Helen O'Connor .... drama coach
Susan Pickup .... location manager
Michael Poole .... location assistant
Nicole Roberts .... assistant to director
Kyla Sherman .... script secretary
Jo Shields .... publicist
Jennifer Smart .... assistant to director
Drew Steadman .... location assistant (as Drew Stedman)
Kevin Thomas .... tutor
Victoria Wood .... assistant to director
Carolyn Woollard .... assistant to director
 
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"If we run into each other, we're civil but that doesn't mean I want anything more", 4 February 2010
Author: skteosk from United Kingdom

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Incredibly frustrating.The casual dismissal of everything Aden and Nicole did at the end of the last series is incredibly annoying, with the local police as willing to let Aden get away with breaking the law as their counterparts in Summer Bay and Aden promptly deciding to forget about their kiss.It's hard to work out his motivation for this and also hard to work out his cheerfulness:Is it forced or is he in denial?Nicole sadly is left crying although she does get some great scenes with Alf.

The troubles caused by the "one week later" in the previous episode are underlined as everyone talks about stuff from the start of the week as if it was the previous day.It's hard to tell where they're going to go with this refugee storyline and also hard to tell whether they should just quietly drop it or not because they're never going to do it justice.Ruby's tirade against John Palmer, flinging around words like "racist" because they're convenient, is annoying and Geoff standing there looking smug instead of telling her to shut up is even more annoying.The resolution of the conflict between John and Hazem is the only really satisfying part of the episode as it shows both of them willing to sort out a fair deal.

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