Prisoner (1979–1986)
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Episode #1.357 

Bea finally makes an appearance, hiding out as housekeeper to a snobby rich dame in Sydney, but when her employer twigs who she is, Bea ties her up and makes her getaway. The women are ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Elspeth Ballantyne ... Meg Morris
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Betty Bobbitt ... Judy Bryant
Robin Bowering ... Det. Sgt. Brent
Ellen Cressey ... Diane Henley (as Rhonda Cressey)
Lisa Crittenden ... Maxine Daniels
Louise Cullen ... Louise Belmont
Marina Finlay ... Lainie Dobson
Sheila Florance ... Lizzie Birdsworth
Nik Forster ... Bill
Roberta Hilliers ... Suzanne
Patsy King ... Erica Davidson
Maggie Kirkpatrick ... Joan "The Freak" Ferguson
Margo Lee ... Sonia Hanlon (as Margot Lee)
... Bea Smith
Lachlan Macdonald ... John Maxwell (as Lachlan McDonald)
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Bea finally makes an appearance, hiding out as housekeeper to a snobby rich dame in Sydney, but when her employer twigs who she is, Bea ties her up and makes her getaway. The women are outraged when the new doctor and teacher turn out to be temporary: Nola was right after all. Nola is sent a food parcel, and sells off the contents to the women. However, she learns there was dope in the tea-bags, which were sold to Lizzie, and runs herself ragged trying to get them back. When Lizzie tastes how vile the tea is, she demands her money back, which she gets. Maxie realises why Nola wanted the tea back, and Nola announces her intention to start dealing. Lainie feels depressed about her future, thinking nobody will employ her because of her tattoos, so Judy arranges an interview for her. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama

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Characters of inmates and prison staff are listed in the credits with their first name only. All other characters have their full names. See more »

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Knife Fight
Music Written, Orchestrated and Conducted by John Scott
Courtesy of Bruton Music Library
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