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Issue Details: First known date: 1969... 1969 Everyone Knows Charlie
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'A group of pensioners in an old people's home are secretly engaged in earning extra money to supplement their pensions. When one of their number, Charlie Cook, is found dead, they dispose of the body for fear that a police investigation would expose their activities and land them in trouble with the Taxation Department.'

Source: Classic Australian Television. (Sighted: 11/6/2013)

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Note: Don Storey suggests that Emanuel was credited as director and Lee as film director.
Form: screenplay


1970 won AWGIE Awards TV Tied with Tony Morphett's script 'A Touch of DFP' for Delta.
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