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Lynette Curran is an Australian actress best known for her roles in Australian television series and films. Between 1967 and 1974 she was a regular in soap opera Bellbird. She also acted in the film version of the serial, Country Town (1971).
She started acting in the theatre in 1964. Theatre work includes The Country Wife, Rookery Nook, Richard II, Just Between Ourselves, and Ashes for the Melbourne Theatre Company. She also played in Steaming for the Seymour Centre in Sydney. Early film roles included Alvin Purple (1973), Caddie (1976), Heatwave (1982). In the late 1970s she made further television appearances, including roles in soap opera Number 96 (in 1976), and in police procedurals Bluey and Cop Shop. Curran was a recurring cast member of soap opera The Restless Years (1977-1981), playing the scheming Jean Stafford. She won a Sammy Award for her role in Australian Broadcasting Corporation series Spring and Fall.
Later roles include feature films The Delinquents, Somersault, and Japanese Story. On television she played Brenda Jackson in the Love My Way, and acted in Underbelly: The Golden Mile.
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28 August 2008
As Australian cinema broke through to international audiences in the 1970s through respected art house films like Peter Weir's "Picnic At Hanging Rock," a new underground of low-budget exploitation filmmakers were turning out considerably less highbrow fare.
19 June 2004
Australian teenager Heidi is left with little choice but to leave home after she's caught red-handed with her mother's boyfriend.
20 December 1973
Alvin is your average guy, except for the fact women find him irresistible and chase him everywhere. He tries to avoid them and get psychiatric help but gets used by the psychiatrists as a gigolo to treat other patients instead.
31 July 2014
What would you do on the last day on Earth? With the end of the world only hours away, the self-absorbed James heads to the ultimate party-to-end-all-parties.
23 August 1987
The story of "The Tolpuddle Martyrs". A group of 19th century English farm labourers who formed one of the first trade unions and started a campaign to receive fair wages.
12 November 2004
Seven (or six - depending on the version) short stories of conquest, desperation and the will to overcome.
16 August 2000
When a meddlesome mother enrolls in university with her son, old and new worlds collide with awesome consequences.
25 September 2003
Against the background of an Australian desert landscape, so much space and so few people, Sandy, a geologist, and Hiromitsu, a Japanese businessman, play out a story of human inconsequence in the face of the blistering universe.
01 January 1987
Coming-of age feature, set in a New South Wales country town in the 1960s, about a 15 year-old boy. It follows his loves and how he copes with life's problems such as death and departure.
04 October 1985
An advertising executive dies and goes to hell... except nothing changes. Well, his daughter is buying drugs with sexual favours from her brother, and the number of cancer-causing products is on the increase.
22 June 2006
Kate is on a plane taking Warren, her 18 year old Torres Strait Islander foster son, to meet Flo, his birth mother, who is gravely ill in hospital in Brisbane.
07 May 1998
Brett Sprague is a violent and psychopathic man, who is released on parole after serving a sentence for assault.
20 July 1995
In the tradition of Arsenic and Old Lace, comes this morbidly funny Australian tale of murder and mayhem at the hands of two charming old ladies.
13 November 1997
Four women bowlers on their way home to Pyramid Hill (population 550) from a tournament roll their car on a deserted road in rural Victoria.
01 June 1987
In the 1860s, two friends, Harry and Bluey, steal a thousand head of cattle and trek it across country from Queensland to Adelaide.