Underbelly (2008–2013)
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Kate Leigh
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Eileen Leigh
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Tilly Devine
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Peg
Erin Profilio ...
Brothel Girl (as Erin Parfilio)
Samantha Bennett ...
Brothel Girl
Sarah Bollenberg ...
Brothel Girl (as Sarah Chapman)
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Wally Tomlinson
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Mona Woods
Tom Frazier ...
Dancer
Andrew Wilkinson ...
Dancer
Cam Mitchell ...
Dancer
Brock Mifsud ...
Dancer
Julie O'Reilly ...
Dancer
Michelle Maye ...
Dancer
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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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21 August 2011 (Australia)  »

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The firearm given to Frank "The Little Gunman" Green by 'Big' Jim Devine is supposed to be a Colt .45 semi-automatic firearm, but is in fact a Norinco NP-29 9mm as indicated by the writing on the slide and internal diameter of the muzzle. See more »

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Razor tight Underbelly in it's finest hour
24 March 2014 | by (adelaide, australia) – See all my reviews

This 4th Underbelly, that really sends us back in time from 1927-1936 stands superior to the others. The acting is amazing, the Tilly Devine role, standing superior to the others, while I also thought Jeremy Lindsay Taylor was bloody frighteningly fantastic as bad..se Norman Bruhn, almost up to the almost impossible performance level of Tilly Devine. The sets are great, nothing short of faultless, where I especially liked the formation of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in it's early stages. And there is a lot of T and A for bird watches, probably not that much, but there are a lot of sex scenes, throughout the whole series. It's violent too, the flick of many razors, slashing and puncturing skin. The innocent guise of the barrow boy (I shouldn't really call him that) proves an interesting shock surprise. Again it's another case of cops versus crims, 'put them in the lock up, again free in two hours', whatever, a revolving door. The young lass (Anna Graham)who of own volition becomes a pro, is good too, clinging onto guys for what they can give em'. She even has a crack as the madam (Tilly Devine's) husband, where wifie is too amused. Khan Crittenden is good too as a wanna be thug, who's really played for a sucker sort of character. Hate has a higher plane of meaning with the constant rivalry between Tilly Devine and the other madam, (Danielle McCormack) who at times had me laughing, her family, really a bunch of no hopers, or people you feel sorry for, especially the daughter. My only critique, though you can't really call it that, as if that's how it went down, was the ending between the two, the showdown of Madams at a gravesite, where both walked away, where it would of been to see them fight, or having only one walk away. If you want engrossing Underbelly fare, the old periodic belly should fill the void, that's if you watch it from the start. Like a mafia flick, you don't know who the next one's gonna be to bite the bullet. But too, this one, may put you off razors for life. Flawless Underbelly, where I hope to see much more of the Tilly Devine actress who hasn't done much since.


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