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Jeff and Anita are students at Southwest High in the 1950s who find themselves falling in love. They bond over family problems as Jeff's father has recently died and Anita's parents are divorced. Stash and 'Moose' are their pals.
Dramatic incidents in the lives of the wealthy Hamilton family and working class Palmer family, linked by the long-ago secret affair of David Palmer and Patricia Hamilton and the offspring of that affair, twins John Palmer and Angela Hamilton secretly adopted into the respective families. Later more wealth arrived in the form of the Morell clan who managed to marry their way into the Hamilton family.Written by
Oh it's those memories, we cherish in our pubelescent years. Such is the case of another addictive Aussie soap, we love so much and eat up. Like Prisoner, eventually the stories here, lost much potence and importance. Happening to watch this the other morning, Sunday Morning, 4 a.m - 5 a.m, back to back, I am up near the show's last year (remember the names Craig and Debbie, young star crossed lovers) , well that's where I am. I do like the later blood of actors in this show, where I do miss the splendid performance of Ms Wallace (Pat the Wallace) where you couldn't believe this great actress was homeless once. And the other, well not much a standout, but one of the better players, is of course, Rawlings as the scheming Wayne, plus the delectable Kemp, as the lovable Charlie, who really won't come down to planet earth. Yes addictive and bad, if you watch now, corny, yeah, but addictive viewing of a bad show or movie is a good combination, and one I like, but I really gotta be honest, and lay my cards on the table. With the title now, as referred to this much later part of series, how much reference does the title have tothe characters? Ask yourself that.
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