Prisoner (1979–1986)
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Episode #1.371 

Colleen reports Tracey's accusations: Joan is cleared, but told to keep away from Tracey. Joan pretends to make a move on Tracey, who leaps out of her wheelchair, just as Ann and Colleen ... See full summary »

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Elspeth Ballantyne ... Meg Morris
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Spiros Stathopolous
Bill Bennett ... Magistrate
... Tracey Belman
Betty Bobbitt ... Judy Bryant
Lisa Crittenden ... Maxine Daniels
Sheila Florance ... Lizzie Birdsworth
Robert Forza ... Spud Murphy / Toomey
Peter Harvey-Wright ... Jerry Steele
Alan Hopgood ... Wally Wallace
Christine Keogh ... Mikki Wallace
Bruce Kilpatrick ... Roger Carter
Maggie Kirkpatrick ... Joan "The Freak" Ferguson
... Bea Smith
... Colleen Powell
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Colleen reports Tracey's accusations: Joan is cleared, but told to keep away from Tracey. Joan pretends to make a move on Tracey, who leaps out of her wheelchair, just as Ann and Colleen walk in. Maxine comes to Driscoll to see Judy, who persuades her to go back home. Roger can't put the money back, because Pauline has spent it. He decides to carry out a payroll robbery to get money; when Pauline tells Maxie how much trouble they're in, she and Spud do the robbery before Roger can. Bea and Lizzie go to court, where they are held over for trial. Ann orders Bea to be moved into another cell. Maggie May Kennedy, an OAP drug runner, arrives in Wentworth to share Lizzie's cell, and it turns out they are old friends, who knew each other some 40 years ago. Litza's father turns up at Driscoll, but she refuses to go home. Meanwhile, it seems obvious Mikki isn't cut out for this kind of work. Written by Anonymous

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1983 (Australia)  »

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