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The Flying Doctors

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starring with The Unluckiest Boy in Town. Jack's job is in jeopardy unless he can convince his superiors that he can control a gang of unemployed youths looking for an outlet for their frustrations. When 18-year-old Michael Freeman discovers his mother has a terminal illness which is hereditary he cracks and goes on a rampage with the youths.
Written by VINCE MORAN Directed by MARK CALLAN
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Contributors

Unknown: Michael Freeman
Written By: Vince Moran
Directed By: Mark Callan
Dr Geoff Standish: Robert Grubb
Dr Chris Randall: Liz Burch
Kate Wellings: Leonore Smith
Sam Patterson: Peter O'Brien
Emma Plimpton: Rebecca Gibney
Michael Freeman: Murray Bartlett
Max Cullen: Hurtle Morrison
Violet Carnegie: Pat Evison
Ron Miller: Mark Little
Vic Buckley: Maurie Fields
George Baxter: Bruce Barry
Sharon Herbert: Kylie Belling
Sgt Jack Caruthers: Terry Gill
Dr Frank Turner: John Frawley
Nancy Buckley: Val Jellay
DJ: George Kapiniaris

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