Prisoner: Cell Block H (1979–1986)
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Judy leaves Betty to find Hazel's body. A reporter has written to Pixie for a story, using an assumed name. Joan tells Ann that Bea is planning a riot and wants her transferred. Judy throws... See full summary »

Director:

Mark Defriest

Writers:

Coral Drouyn (storyline), Wendy Jackson (storyline) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Betty Bobbitt ... Judy Bryant
Tina Bursill ... Sonia Stevens
Wanda Davidson Wanda Davidson ... Frances Harvey
Suzanne Dudley Suzanne Dudley ... Betty Daley
Tim Elston Tim Elston ... Dr. Scott Collins
Sheila Florance ... Lizzie Birdsworth
Alan Hopgood Alan Hopgood ... Wally Wallace
Telford Jackson Telford Jackson ... Mr. Askin
Victor Kaye Victor Kaye ... Police sergeant
Maggie Kirkpatrick Maggie Kirkpatrick ... Joan 'The Freak' Ferguson
Val Lehman ... Bea Smith
Penny Maegraith Penny Maegraith ... Petra Roberts
Judy McBurney Judy McBurney ... Pixie Mason
Judith McGrath ... Colleen Powell
Paul Newman Paul Newman ... Paul Reynolds

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Storyline

Judy leaves Betty to find Hazel's body. A reporter has written to Pixie for a story, using an assumed name. Joan tells Ann that Bea is planning a riot and wants her transferred. Judy throws Betty out when she accuses her of killing Hazel. Joan puts Bea in solitary for punching Phyllis. Rosemary sees an old friend's name among the men who replied to Pixie. Joan provokes Bea into attacking her in solitary. She worsens her injuries before reporting it to Ann. Judy hears there is to be an autopsy on Hazel's body and decides to give herself up. Joan takes Bea to her cell and tells her she is being transferred to Barnhurst. She escorts her past a distraught Lizzie, refusing to let Bea say goodbye. Joan is triumphant, declaring she has finally won. The police come to Driscoll to arrest Judy. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Trivia

Background officer, Officer Barfield gets to speak more than just the usual couple of words. End of the road for Bea Smih at Wentworth. Things aren't looking good for Judy following the events of the previous episode. See more »

Goofs

When Joan is in the bathroom scratching her own cheek you can see the makeup line used for the nail line. See more »

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Characters of inmates and prison staff are listed in the credits with their first name only. All other characters have their full names. See more »

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Details

Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

1983 (Australia) See more »

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Color:

Color
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