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form y White Collar Blue series - publisher   film/TV   crime   detective  
Issue Details: First known date: 2002 2002
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'The detectives of the Kingsway Major Crime Squad fight to preserve their Pacific Paradise. Crime knows no boundaries—from the Miami-like streets of Sylvania Waters, all dark glass and pontoons, to the towering cranes on the Container Wharves of Botany Bay, bordered by the white beaches and blue water between Monterey and Hungry Point. This is our world. It's tough. It's beautiful. Dangerous. A contradiction.'

Source: Australian Television Information Archive. (Sighted: 12/6/2013)

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  • Award-winning and individually published episodes in this series are included on AustLit.

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form y White Collar Blue [Series 1, Episode 14] Kristen Dunphy , Sydney : Knapman Wyld Television Network Ten , 2002 6045209 2002 single work film/TV crime detective

'The investigation surrounding the violent stabbing death of a pizza delivery boy takes an unexpected turn when the suspect brought in for questioning is found to be Ted Hudson's son Daniel, a paranoid schizophrenic. Daniel has been living on the streets off and on and has gone off his medication. There is physical evidence placing his at the crime scene and in questioning, he admits his guilt. It's a difficult situation for Ted as the secrets in his personal life begin to be exposed, including the breakdown of his marriage.'

Source: Australian Television Information Archive. (Sighted: 12/6/2013)

Sydney : Knapman Wyld Television Network Ten , 2002

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First known date: 2002

Awards

2004 nominated AFI Awards Best Television Drama Series
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