Drama series You Can't See Around Corners saw much of it's plot centering around a young woman's love affair with an army deserter at the height of the Vietnam war.
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Ken Shorter Ken Shorter ...  Frankie McCoy 8 episodes, 1967
Rowena Wallace Rowena Wallace ...  Margie Harris / ... 7 episodes, 1967
Slim DeGrey Slim DeGrey ...  Mick Patterson 7 episodes, 1967
Lyndall Barbour Lyndall Barbour ...  Mrs. McCoy 4 episodes, 1967
Derani Scarr Derani Scarr ...  Peg Clancy 4 episodes, 1967
John Armstrong John Armstrong ...  Jack Kelly 4 episodes, 1967
Andrew Pappas Andrew Pappas ...  Dimitris 4 episodes, 1967
Carmen Duncan ...  Myra Neilson 3 episodes, 1967
Reg Evans ...  Ern McCauliffe 3 episodes, 1967
John Norman John Norman ...  Danny 3 episodes, 1967
Aarne Neeme Aarne Neeme ...  Chopper 3 episodes, 1967
Sandy Harbutt Sandy Harbutt ...  Gerry Dooley 2 episodes, 1967
John Hilton John Hilton ...  1st M.P. 2 episodes, 1967
Tina Cornioley Tina Cornioley ...  Fred 2 episodes, 1967
Clive Saxon Clive Saxon ...  2nd M.P. 2 episodes, 1967
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Drama series You Can't See Around Corners saw much of it's plot centering around a young woman's love affair with an army deserter at the height of the Vietnam war.

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based on novel | See All (1) »

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Australia

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English

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1967 (Australia) See more »

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ATN 7 See more »
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(26 episodes)
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Followed by You Can't See 'round Corners (1969) See more »

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a brave series
18 June 2010 | by petersj-2See all my reviews

I would love to see this series again. I wonder how well it holds up. It made a star of Ken Shorter who was a superb television actor. Of course it was brave ground breaking television all about a young man who stood up against the authorities at a time when conscription was introduced. At the time many would have seen Shorter's central character as a coward but today I guess we would all see it differently. It was a brave anti war film. We live in very conservative times today with a huge swing to the right so its hard to really say. The acting was very good although it may look a little rough by todays standards. Still I would like to see it again as I would be very curious to see whether or not it holds up.


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