Based on Margaret Paice's Depression-era trilogy, Colour In The Creek is a ten part historical drama, capturing the highs and lows of life on the land and the excitement of the Australian ... See full summary »
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Dennis Miller ...
 John Fletcher 10 episodes, 1985
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 Ellen Fletcher 10 episodes, 1985
Ken Talbot ...
 Alec Fletcher 10 episodes, 1985
Pascale Moray ...
 Biddy Fletcher 10 episodes, 1985
Hugh Simpson ...
 Jonno Fletcher 10 episodes, 1985
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Su Cruickshank ...
 Ada Coney 8 episodes, 1985
Robert Hensley ...
 Ron Royals / ... 8 episodes, 1985
Lorna Lesley ...
Brian Anderson ...
 Pa Coney 7 episodes, 1985
Carol Adams ...
Lucy Charles ...
Ty Hill ...
Christopher Wood ...
Bindi Angel ...
Caz Adams ...
Travis Latter ...
Alfred Bell ...
Margo Lee ...
 Mrs. Anderson 5 episodes, 1985
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Based on Margaret Paice's Depression-era trilogy, Colour In The Creek is a ten part historical drama, capturing the highs and lows of life on the land and the excitement of the Australian goldfields. 1931. The world is at an economic low as The Great Depression brings poverty, hardship and widespread unemployment to the nation. Driven by desperation and hope for a better life, the Fletcher family pack their worldly belongings into the back of a Model T Ford and head to the outback in search of work, food and shelter. On the road, patriarch John Fletcher (Dennis Miller, Blue Murder) lends his hand to anything that may provide a meal for his family, from fixing farm equipment to building fences. Learning of a nearby gold strike, he and wife Ellen (Judy Morris, Phar Lap) lead their three children into the dusty unknown of the Coorumbong Creek region to try their luck. When 12 year-old son Alec and his friend discover a nugget of gold in a nearby stream it is destined to change the ... Written by Hugh Simpson

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