Prisoner: Cell Block H (1979–1986)
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Episode #1.115 

Kerry and the other women come to an understanding, and Bea hints to her that Sharon ruined her painting. Vera is furious with Kerry after David's comments at the exhibition that she ... See full summary »

Director:

Michael Pattinson

Writers:

Margaret McClusky (storyline), John Upton | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Elspeth Ballantyne Elspeth Ballantyne ... Meg Jackson
Sheila Florance ... Lizzie Birdsworth
Patsy King Patsy King ... Erica Davidson
Val Lehman ... Bea Smith
Gerard Maguire ... Jim Fletcher
George Mallaby George Mallaby ... Paul Reid
Colette Mann Colette Mann ... Doreen Anderson
Fiona Spence Fiona Spence ... Vera Bennett
Margot Knight Margot Knight ... Sharon Gilmour
Betty Bobbitt ... Judy Bryant
Penny Downie ... Kerry Vincent
Tommy Dysart ... Jock Stewart
Ian Gilmour ... Kevin Burns
Rod Mullinar ... David Austin
Paul Young Paul Young ... Captain Barton
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Storyline

Kerry and the other women come to an understanding, and Bea hints to her that Sharon ruined her painting. Vera is furious with Kerry after David's comments at the exhibition that she bullied her into giving her the painting. She is called to Erica's office to explain herself, and Erica gives her the benefit of the doubt. However, an angry Kerry wrongly assumes Vera stole her light bulb and tells the Governor that she did indeed bully her. Erica tells Vera she has no choice but to suspend her until the matter is investigated. Doreen is hassled by some men who want to offer her a substantial sum of money for her mother's house. She's not keen to sell, and wants Kevin's advice. Kevin proposes to her again, and she accepts. Judy has had enough of Sharon and, after one argument too many, tells her that their relationship is over. Captain Barton convinces Lizzie to try and look for her daughter, Marcia. Jim returns to work. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

1980 (Australia) See more »

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Color:

Color
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Trivia

The Sharon Gilmour storyline comes to its shocking conclusion. Jock Stewart reveals his true colours. See more »

Crazy Credits

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 »

Soundtracks

First Light
Music Written, Orchestrated and Conducted by John Scott
Courtesy of KPM Music
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