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Slow Poison (film)

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"Slow Poison"
Australian Playhouse episode
Episode no.Season 2
Episode 2
Directed byOscar Whitbread
Teleplay byAllan Trevor
Original air dates22 April 1967
19 June 1967 (Melbourne)[1]
31 July 1967 (Canberra>[2]
Running time30 mins
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"Slow Poison" is a 1967 Australian TV movie. It screened on ABC as part of Australian Playhouse. It was produced in Melbourne by Oscar Whitbread and written by Allan Trevor.[3]

Plot

A columnist Tim Douglas loses his job and friends.

Cast

  • Ray Taylor as Tim Douglas
  • Brian James
  • Dennis Clinton
  • Clive Winmill
  • Keith Eden
  • Kurt Bleiman

Reception

The Age said it had "a well developed central character" where "Allan Trevor produced a workmanlike script and Oscar Whitbread treated it well with some light touches."[1]

Another viewer from the same paper said it "went septic in the production department and fell on its face elsewhere. Ray Taylor was less than impressive... We know we have good actors and producers... but where are the dramatists?"[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Gillison, Ann (19 June 1967). "In the Wrong Time Spot". The Age. p. 4.
  2. ^ "New series on 3". The Canberra Times. 41 (11, 754). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 31 July 1967. p. 13. Retrieved 27 February 2016 – via National Library of Australia.
  3. ^ Vagg, Stephen (18 February 2019). "60 Australian TV Plays of the 1950s & '60s". Filmink.
  4. ^ "Teletopics". The Age. 22 June 1967. p. 9.


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