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One Way Ticket (1997 film)

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Directed by  Richard Franklin
Cinematography  Ellery Ryan
Music by  Nerida Tyson-Chew
Produced by  Ian Bradley Andrew Brooke Kris Noble
Written by  Karin Altmann Michael Brindley
Starring  Peter Phelps Rachel Blakely Chris Haywood

One Way Ticket is a 1997 Australian made-for-television drama film directed by Richard Franklin. The film was inspired by real events in the life of prison officer Heather Parker who assisted in the escape of Peter Gibb and Archie Butterly.

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Plot

A criminal languishing in jail embarks on a torrid affair with a female guard. However, events take a sinister turn as she becomes increasingly besotted, and news of their romance becomes public – leading to the collapse of her marriage. Desperate, she agrees to help the crook escape, only to start doubting his commitment.

Cast

  • Peter Phelps as Mick Webb
  • Rachel Blakely as Deborah Carter
  • Chris Haywood as Bertie
  • Jane Hall as Kate Stark
  • Joseph Spano as Kaiser
  • Adriano Cortese as Tumeo
  • Russell Fletcher as Geoff
  • Marie-Louise Jolicoeur as Maureen
  • Samuel Johnson as Jimmie
  • Doug Bowles as Preece
  • Regina Gaigalas as Lena
  • Richard E. Young as Louis
  • Sally Lightfoot as Pam
  • Dennis Miller as Alf
  • Elspeth Ballantyne as Elizabeth
  • Richard Moir as Governor
  • Frank Gallacher as Macca
  • Troy Rowley as Mouse
  • Terry Gill as Buddle
  • Elly Varrenti as Mags
  • Production

    Some filming took place at St. Andrews Hotel, St. Andrews, Victoria, Australia.

    References

    One Way Ticket (1997 film) Wikipedia


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