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Goodbye Paradise


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starring Ray Barrett Robyn Nevin
Ex-policeman Michael Stacey is determined to write the ultimate exposure of corruption in high places.
Sadly, his Chandleresque cynicism and wry wit translate rather chaotically via the bottle, so a private eye job has to be undertaken. As he looks for the missing daughter of a leading politician he finds himself in a world of death, intrigue and deception.
Produced by JANE SCOTT Directed by CARL SCHULTZ
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Unknown: Ray Barrett
Unknown: Robyn Nevin
Unknown: Michael Stacey
Unknown: Bob Ellis
Unknown: Denny Lawrence
Produced By: Jane Scott
Directed By: Carl Schultz
Michael Stacey: Ray Barrett
Landlady: Carole Skinner
Soldier: Peter Lawless
Con: Lex Marinos
Entertainer: Ray Shaw
Kate: Robyn Nevin
Les McCredie: Don Pascoe
Drag queen: Holly Brown

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