As "Tara Welles," Stephanie becomes a star and celebrity. In fact she is playing a dangerous game with Greg Marsden, and with Jilly Stewart, her former best friend. Her plastic surgeon also re-enters her life--for he has fallen for her.

Director:

Karen Arthur

Writer:

Michael Laurence (written and devised by)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rebecca Gilling ... Stephanie Harper & Tara Welles
James Reyne James Reyne ... Greg Marsden
Wendy Hughes ... Jilly Stewart
James Smillie ... Dan Marshall
Olivia Hamnett Olivia Hamnett ... Joanna Randall
Chris Haywood ... Jason Peebles
Peter Gwynne Peter Gwynne ... Bill McMaster
John Lee ... Phillip Stewart
Charles McCallum Charles McCallum ... Matey
Nicole Pyner Nicole Pyner ... Sarah Harper
Jayson Duncan Jayson Duncan ... Dennis Harper
Lois Ramsey ... Dot
Jim Holt Jim Holt ... Agency Man
Steve Grant Steve Grant ... Male Model
Jennifer Nairn-Smith Jennifer Nairn-Smith ... Lisa
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Storyline

Six months to the day after she boldly walked into the Joanna Randell Casting Agency, she is now Vogue's cover-girl sensation and has a very successful modeling career. Now she entices Greg Marsden, whom she meets at a charity match, to start dating her. But at the same time, Dan Marshall, in Sydney for a medical conference, has looked up his former patient and renewed their acquaintance. But Stephanie refuses Dan's advances and tells him (falsely) that she does not love him. For she has now enticed Greg Marsden to go to Eden with her--alone. Except that Stephanie calls Jilly and tells her shortly before her aeroplane leaves..

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Tara temporarily moves into Sydney's genuine Palisade Hotel. As noted in the dialogue it was completed in 1915 to a design by H. D. Walsh. It can be located at 35-37 Bettington Street, in City of Sydney's Millers Point. See more »

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References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

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Language:

English

Release Date:

21 January 1983 (Australia) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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