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form y Bangkok Hilton series - publisher   film/TV   crime  
Note: Ken Cameron and Tony Morphett are credited, along with Terry Hayes, with 'story'. Hayes alone is credited with 'screenplay'.
Issue Details: First known date: 1989 1989
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'Following the death of her mother, Katrina Stanton leaves Australia in search of her father. She meets Arkie Regan who talks his way into her lonely life. A brief and romantic sojourn in Goa turns into an extended nightmare when a Thailand stopover reveals a quantity of heroin in Katrina's luggage. Regan vanishes and Katrina is facing execution if she is found guilty of drug trafficking. Only her elusive father, Hal Stanton, can save her.'

Source: Screen Australia. (Sighted: 21/1/2014)

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What Do Mad Max's Six Oscars Mean for the Australian Film Industry? Vincent O'Donnell , 2016 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 1 March 2016;
'The career of Dr George Miller reminds me of that of Charles Chauvel, one of the greatest showmen of the Australian cinema. Both men – though separated by many decades – have employed epic cinematic forms and nationalistic themes. ...'
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