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A Town Like Alice (miniseries)

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Based on  novel by Nevil Shute
Country of origin  Australia
Director  David Stevens
Budget  1.25 million USD
8.5/10 IMDb

Directed by  David Stevens
Original language(s)  English
Network  Seven Network
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Written by  Tom Hegarty Rosemary Ann Sisson
Starring  Helen Morse Bryan Brown Gordon Jackson
Awards  International Emmy Award for Drama
Nominations  Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Limited Series
Cast  Bryan Brown, Helen Morse, Yuki Shimoda, Dorothy Alison, Anna Volska
Similar  Bryan Brown movies, World War II movies

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A Town Like Alice is a five-hour 1981 Australian television adaptation of Nevil Shute's novel of the same name. Produced by the Seven Network, and directed by David Stevens, it was the second major adaptation of the book.

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In America it was shown on PBS under the Masterpiece Theatre banner, a rare non-British production to be so aired.

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Cast

It stars Helen Morse in the lead role of Jean Paget, with Bryan Brown as Joe Harman and Scottish actor Gordon Jackson as the aging lawyer and trustee Noel Strachan.

Awards

The series won an International Emmy Award for drama in 1981 and went on to win a Logie Award in the Best Single Drama or Mini Series category at the 1982 awards with Morse, Brown and Jackson winning Logies for their performances.

References

A Town Like Alice (miniseries) Wikipedia


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