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Who Killed Hannah Jane?
Who Killed Hannah Jane? is a 1984 Australian TV movie about the murder conviction of Arthur Peden.[1] It was the third of four telemovies made by the ABC dramatising real cases.[2] References[edit]^ Ed. Scott Murray, Australia on the Small Screen 1970-1995, Oxford Uni Press, 1996 p164 ^ "Waters and Thornton to star in new Crawford mini-series". The Canberra Times. 57, (17,158). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 19 September 1982. p. 13
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Gross Misconduct
Gross Misconduct
Gross Misconduct
is the third album from crossover thrash metal band, M.O.D.
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Judi Farr
Judi Farr (born 1942 in Queensland, Australia) is a much awarded Australian actress of theatre, film and television best known for several situation comedy roles on Australian television. Farr has also appeared in Australian films such as December Boys. Career[edit] She first became known for her role of Rita in the situation comedy My Name's McGooley, What's Yours? (1967–1968).[1] She continued to play the character in that show's short-lived sequel series Rita and Wally in 1968.[2] Later she played a similarly high-profile regular role in a successful sitcom, portraying dizzy wife Thelma in Kingswood Country
Kingswood Country
starting in 1980. She left the series in 1982, and in the script Thelma was sent off on a world cruise. She later sent word she would not be returning to her husband and Farr did not return to the series. Aside from these roles Farr has had a long and busy career acting in dramatic roles in film and theatre, and television
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English Language
English is a West Germanic language
West Germanic language
that was first spoken in early medieval England
England
and is now a global lingua franca.[4][5] Named after the Angles, one of the Germanic tribes that migrated to England, it ultimately derives its name from the Anglia (Angeln) peninsula in the Baltic Sea. It is closely related to the Frisian languages, but its vocabulary has been significantly influenced by other Germanic languages, particularly Norse (a North Germanic
North Germanic
language), as well as by Latin
Latin
and Romance languages, especially French.[6] English has developed over the course of more than 1,400 years. The earliest forms of English, a set of Anglo-Frisian dialects brought to Great Britain by Anglo-Saxon settlers in the 5th century, are called Old English
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The Canberra Times
The Canberra
Canberra
Times is a daily newspaper, published by Fairfax Media
Fairfax Media
in Canberra.Contents1 History1.1 Foundation—1920s 1.2 Later years 1.3 Editorial staff2 See also 3 References 4 External linksH
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AustLit
AustLit: The Australian Literature Resource is an internet-based collaboration between researchers and librarians from Australian universities designed to comprehensively record the history of Australian literary and story making cultures. AustLit is an encyclopaedia of Australian writers and writing.Contents1 History 2 AustLit and research 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] AustLit was founded in 2000 as a resource and research infrastructure for literary studies. It has been funded by participating universities and the Australian Research Council. The University of Queensland leads the consortium. Partner universities include the University of New South Wales, the University of Sydney, Flinders University, the University of Wollongong, James Cook University, and the University of Western Australia
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Screen Australia
Screen Australia
Screen Australia
is the Australian Federal Government's key funding body for the Australian screen production industry
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AustLit
AustLit: The Australian Literature Resource is an internet-based collaboration between researchers and librarians from Australian universities designed to comprehensively record the history of Australian literary and story making cultures. AustLit is an encyclopaedia of Australian writers and writing.Contents1 History 2 AustLit and research 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] AustLit was founded in 2000 as a resource and research infrastructure for literary studies. It has been funded by participating universities and the Australian Research Council. The University of Queensland leads the consortium. Partner universities include the University of New South Wales, the University of Sydney, Flinders University, the University of Wollongong, James Cook University, and the University of Western Australia
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June Salter
June Marie Salter AM (22 June 1932 – 15 September 2001) was an Australian actress and author prominent in theatre and television, best known for her character roles.Contents1 Biography 2 Stage work 3 Television 4 Personal 5 Death 6 Recognition 7 References 8 Sources 9 External linksBiography[edit] June Salter was born in Bexley, New South Wales, the youngest of six children. As a child, she studied piano and elocution and attended Kogarah Central Domestic Science Secondary School. June obtained her New South Wales
New South Wales
Intermediate Certificate in 1947 ( Sydney
Sydney
Morning Herald 31 January 1948, p5). While working as a typist-receptionist, she joined the St George Players who played at St James' Hall (later called "Mercury Theatre" then "Phillip Street Theatre") and took further elocution lessons from Rosalind Kennerdale who was married to Lawrence H. Cecil
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Hamlet (1974 Film)
Hamlet
Hamlet
is a 1974 filmed adaptation of John Bell and Richard Wherrett's theatre production of the play.[1][2] Cast[edit]Jeff Ashby John Bell Max Cullen Ken Lawrence Roger Newcombe John Paramor Anna VolskaReferences[edit]^ Ed
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Robert Caswell
Robert Caswell (13 July 1946 – 29 October 2006) was an Australian screenwriter of films and television. In the 1970s and early 1980s he was one of the leading writers in Australian television
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The Dean Case
The Dean Case is a 1982 Australian TV movie which was the first of the ABC's Verdict series - four telemovies based on real life cases.[1] This tells the story of George Dean, arrested in 1895 for attempting to poison his wife.[2] Cast[edit] Lewis Fitz-Gerald as George Dean Paul Mason as Paddy Crick Lola Brooks as Mrs. Seymour Celia De Burgh as Mary DeanReferences[edit]^ "Waters and Thornton to star in new Crawford mini-series". The Canberra Times. 57, (17,158). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 19 September 1982. p. 13. Retrieved 12 February 2017 – via National Library of Australia.  ^ Ed
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Jonah (miniseries)
Jonah is a 1982 Australian mini series based on the novel of the same name by Louis Stone. It is about Jonah, leader of a street gang who goes into business.[1][2] The novel was published in 1911.[3] Cast[edit] Jonathan Sweet as Jonah Clair Crowther as Ada Liddy Clark as Pinkey Doreen Warburton as Mrs. Yabsley Steve Bisley
Steve Bisley
as Cook June Salter Mark Hembrow as Waxy Moya O'Sullivan Joseph Fürst as Hans Paach Colin Croft as Old Dad Ron Haddrick Jennifer Hagan Jane Harders Maggie KirkpatrickReferences[edit]^ Ed. Scott Murray, Australia on the Small Screen 1970-1995, Oxford Uni Press, 1996 p207 ^ "A Jonah makes life sweet for Jonathan". The Australian Women's Weekly. 48 (51). 27 May 1981. p. 124 (TV WORLD). Retrieved 27 February 2016 – via National Library of Australia.  ^ "AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL". The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
(23,012). 14 October 1911
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The Department (play)
The Department is a 1974 play by David Williamson about political intrigue at a university department. TV Adaptation[edit]The DepartmentDirected by Brian BellProduced by Noel FerrierWritten by David WilliamsonBased on the play by David WilliamsonStarring Richard Moir Barbara Stephens Peter Sumner John EwartProduction companyAustralian Broadcasting CommissionRelease date1980Running time65minsCountry AustraliaLanguage EnglishThe play was adapted into a TV movie in 1980 which was produced by Noel Ferrier as part of the Australia
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Going Home (play)
Going Home is a play by Australian author Alma De Groen. It premiered in 1976 by the Melbourne Theatre Company. 1980 TV Version[edit]Going HomeProduced by Alan BurkeWritten by Alma De GroenBased on play by Alma De GroenStarring Richard MeikleDistributed by ABCRelease date1980Country AustraliaLanguage EnglishIt was filmed by the ABC in a production by Alan Burke and directed by Michael Carson as part of the Australian Theatre Festival
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A Hard God
A Hard God is a semi-autobiographical play by Peter Kenna.[1] The play was very popular and has come to be regarded as an Australian classic.[2]Contents1 1974 Film1.1 Cast2 1981 Film2.1 Cast3 References 4 External links1974 Film[edit]A Hard GodDirected by Carl Schultz John BellWritten by Peter KennaProduction companyNimrod TheatreDistributed by ABCRelease date19 March 1974Running time120 minsCountry AustraliaLanguage EnglishThe Nimrod Theatre version of the play was directed by John Bell
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