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The Story of Peter Grey

The Story of Peter Grey was an Australian television daytime soap opera made by the Seven Network in 1961. James Condon starred in the title role as a church minister, with other cast members including Thelma Scott, Lynne Murphy, Moya O'Sullivan. Produced in Sydney, the series had a run of 156[1][2] fifteen-minute episodes, and was in black and white.[3]

Rerun

In 1964, Melbourne station HSV-7 repeated the series, accompanied by repeats of the 1958-1959 series Autumn Affair.[4] A large number of episodes of both series are held by the National Film and Sound Archive.

External links

  • The Story of Peter Grey at the Internet Movie Database
  • The Story of Peter Grey at the National Film and Sound Archive

Notes

  1. ^ http://colsearch.nfsa.gov.au/nfsa/search/display/display.w3p;adv=;group=;groupequals=;holdingType=;page=1;parentid=;query=peter%20grey%20Media%3A%22TELEVISION%22;querytype=;rec=3;resCount=10
  2. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=AKETAAAAIBAJ&sjid=sqkDAAAAIBAJ&dq=story-of-peter-gray&pg=6982%2C151014
  3. ^ Moran, Albert. Moran's Guide to Australian TV Series, Allen & Unwin, 1993. ISBN 0-642-18462-3 p 436
  4. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=JDlVAAAAIBAJ&sjid=FZUDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4814,2439530&dq=story-of-peter-gray&hl=en


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