Sword of Honour (1986– )
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Tony's whereabouts are unknown to his family. He is in Thailand, making money by demanding money from Vietnamese boat people to assist them. On one of the boats, he runs into an old flame ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew Clarke ...
Tony Lawrence
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Esse Rogers
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Vivienne
Andrew Sharp ...
Joe
Linda Newton ...
Marg
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Arthur Lawrence
Margaret Ford ...
Grandma Lawrence
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Rod Lawrence
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Jean Rogers
Alan Hopgood ...
Stuart Rogers
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Tam
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China
Vince Martin ...
Phillip
Peter Browne ...
Mo Wiley
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Slatts
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Tony's whereabouts are unknown to his family. He is in Thailand, making money by demanding money from Vietnamese boat people to assist them. On one of the boats, he runs into an old flame from Vietnam and rekindles a relationship with her. Esse has become a television personality, interviewing celebrities and local identities and living with a lawyer. She hears about PTSD which brings to mind Tony's behavior before he left. Esse becomes more interested in PTSD, deciding to write a book about it, causing her relationship to break up. In the course of her research, she discovers where Tony is now living and goes to find him ... Written by bogong

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Drama | War

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1986 (Australia)  »

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Connections

References On the Waterfront (1954) See more »

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When the War is Over
Written by Steve Prestwich
Performed by The Little River Band
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