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A Country Practice (Series 4 - Part 2) - 12-DVD Box Set (DVD) (*)
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$56.99

Alternate Title: A Country Practice - Series Four - Part Two
Screened, competed or awarded at:
Other Film Festival Awards


Language Selections:
English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 )


Product Origin/Format:
Australia ( PAL/Region 4 )

Running Time:
2040 min

Aspect Ratio:
Fullscreen

Special Features:
Box Set
Interactive Menu
Multi-DVD Set
Scene Access


Movie filmed in 1984 and produced in:
Australia ( Australia, New Zealand )


Directed By:
Chris Adshead


Written By:
Christine Schofield


Actors:
John Hanlon ..... Dr. Terrence Elliot
Joyce Jacobs ..... Esme Watson
Brian Wenzel ..... Frank Gilroy
Lorrae Desmond ..... Shirley Dean Gilroy
Grant Dodwell ..... Simon Bowen
Shane Withington ..... Brendan Jones
Penny Cook ..... Victoria 'Vicky' Dean
Anne Tenney ..... Melissa 'Molly' Jones
Gordon Piper ..... Bob Hatfield
Syd Heylen ..... Vernon 'Cookie' Locke
Wendy Strehlow ..... Sister Judy Loveday
Steve Bisley ..... Jim Dawson
Lorna Lesley ..... Janet Dawson
Jenny Lovell ..... Catherine
Brian Moll ..... Alf Muldoon / Ernie Muldoon
Pamela Morrissey ..... Matron (as Pam Morrissey)
Jamie O'Neal ..... Jamie Dawson
Rebecca Rigg ..... Gabe
Ron Twells ..... Ron
Kristin Vergia ..... Gary Dawson


Synopsis:
One of Australia's most popular primetime television programmes, the award-winning A Country Practice is a drama series about the residents of the small country town of Wandin Valley, New South Wales. This warm series focuses on the town's medical clinic, hospital, veterinary practice and pub. Enjoy your favorite memories with Dr Terence Elliott (Shane Porteous), his junior partner Dr Simon Bowen (Grant Dodwell), the doctors' receptionist Shirley Dean (Lorrae Desmond) and her daughter Vicky (Penny Cook), a local vet. And who can forget Molly (Anne Tenney) and her husband Brendan (Shane Withington), Cookie (Syd Heylen), Bob Hatfield (Gordon Piper), Esme Watson (Joyce Jacobs), Matron Marta Kurtez (Helen Scott) and Sgt Frank Gilroy (Brian Wenzel). So Close and Yet So Far Part 1 & 2 Splitting the Difference Part 1 & 2 Friday the 13th Part 1 & 2 The Last Picture Show Part 1 & 2I'll Drink to That Part 1 & 2 The Hidden Trap Part 1 & 2 Close to the Bone Part 1 & 2 Leader of the Pack Part 1 & 2 Digging Up Dirt Part 1 & 2 Man's Best Friend Part 1 & 2 Taken for a Ride Part 1 & 2 A Fair Hearing Part 1 & 2 Upstaged Part 1 & 2 Ships in the Night Part 1 & 2 The Harder They Fall Part 1 & 2 Something Out There Part 1 & 2 Out of Bounds Part 1 & 2 Rituals Part 1 & 2 All in the Line of Duty Part 1 & 2 Misconceptions Part 1 & 2 Eighty in the Shade Part 1 & 2 Small Comfort Part 1 & 2

A Country Practice is an Australian television drama series. One of the longest-running of its kind, it ran on the Seven Network for 1,058 episodes from 18 November 1981 to 22 November 1993. Though, sometimes considered a soap opera, the storylines of the show's two one-hour episodes screened over any one week formed a self-contained narrative block. The storylines were meant to have a primary appeal to adult and older youthful audiences, and in particular they had greater appeal to children from middle class backgrounds. As it did not have the open ended narrative of a traditional soap opera, it was technically a series. Nevertheless, many storylines were developed as sub plots for several episodes before becoming the focus of a particular week's narrative block. Overall, the programme 'so emphasised the ongoing storylines of its major characters as to make the distinction between series and serial more or less meaningless'. The show followed a medical practice in the small fictional New South Wales country town of Wandin Valley. The show's stories focused on the staff of the practice and the hospital and their families, and through weekly guest characters - frequently patients served by the practice - various social and medical problems were explored. The series examined such topical issues as youth unemployment, suicide, drug addiction, HIV/AIDS and terminal illness, as well as Aborigines and their place in modern Australian society. Apart from its regular rotating cast of characters, mainly among the younger personnel, A Country Practice also had a cast of semi-regulars who would make appearances as the storylines permitted. A Country Practice has also become well-known for its number of guest stars appearances, including Baz Luhrmann, Smokey Dawson, John Meillon, Sir Robert Helpmann and even the Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke made a cameo appearance in 1986. Nicole Kidman, Toni Collette and Simon Baker also had guest-roles in the series before going on to international fame.

The show followed a medical practice in the small fictional New South Wales country town of Wandin Valley. The show's stories focused on the staff of the practice and the hospital and their families, and residents of the town, and through weekly guest characters-frequently patients served by the practice-various social and medical problems were explored. The series examined such topical issues as youth unemployment, suicide, drug addiction, HIV/AIDS and terminal illness, as well as Aborigines and their place in modern Australian society. Apart from its regular rotating cast of characters, mainly among the younger personnel, A Country Practice also had a cast of semi-regulars who would make appearances as the storylines permitted.
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