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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0064OOFVQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #686,230 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Bea is on the run, Lizzie tries to stand up to Joan, and Nola is smuggling in drugs. Ellen turns out to be Alan (which accounts for the problems in the shower) and after 360 episodes, Governor Erica Davidson (Patsy King) resigns. It's another 8 DVDs of classic Wentworth action. As well as this, Joan is taken hostage, Head of Department of Corrective Services Ted Douglas (Ian Smith) is accused of corruption, and Bea finds an opportunity to use the zip gun that gets planted in her dressing gown. It's 32 episodes and over 25 hours of iconic drama, including the arrival of Pixie Mason (Judy McBurney)and Governor Ann Reynolds (Gerda Nicholson). Extras include: Dear Chrissie Q & A with Amanda Muggleton: Other Things, Auditions, Chrissie's Return, Funniest Moment, Women in Prison, You Chraracter, Like Mother Like Daughter, Looking Good, Chrissie & You, Recurring Chraacter, Favourite To Dog & Governor, Stunts, Once off Special, Remake.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mikey on June 21, 2012
Format: DVD
Well, we are now past the halfway point in the Australian classic Prisoner: Cell Block H and here are the next 32 episodes (353 - 384) from April to August 1983 as seen in Melbourne on Channel 10.

We venture up into New South Wales in this set and visit Sydney. A wealth of guest stars pop up in this set including Colette Mann (returning as Doreen Burns briefly) Anne Charleston (Madge from Neighbours)as a policewoman, Darius Perkins (the first Scott from Neighbours), Tony Alvarez (Tony Garcia from The Young Doctors), as well as Shane Bourne, Babs Wheelton, Peter Ford, Andrew McKaige, Kevin Summers, Julie Nihill among many others.

One of the more annoying storylines from the series featured Lainie and "Ellen" who appear in this set. This is probably the most unbelievable storyline in the whole series. The Halfway House continues to feature alot mainly to support storylines involving Judy Bryant (Betty Bobbitt).

What will end up to murderer Nola McKenzie (Carole Skinner)? There's a new doctor around in the form of Dr Scott Collins (Tim Elston). New prisoners include Zara Moonbeam (Ilona Rodgers) who comes in useful in Joan's war with Bea (Val Lehman), Maggie May Kennedy (Davina Whitehouse), Laura Gardiner (Roslyn Gentle), Carol Colsen (Merrin Canning), Petra Roberts (Penny Maegraith) and the legendary Pixie Mason (Judy McBurney).

Is America better than Australia? One of the ladies in Wentworth certainly thinks so and this does not please the other women.

Originally screened for the first time in the UK from August to October 1989 in the Midlands and during the 1990's in the rest of the UK, this is the final full boxset featuring Bea Smith. This set also features the last episodes as a regular character for Erica Davidson (Patsy King).
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