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The Sullivans ran from 1976 until 1983 and was set during the second world war and post war Melbourne, Australia. Central characters included Dave and Grace Sullivan and their children John, Tom, Kitty and Terry. Ida Jessop lived next door and Maggie ran the local pub. In later years other central characters to be introduced included Jim Sullivan (who married Alice) and Kate Meredith. Actors to stay during the shows complete run were Paul Cronin (Dave Sullivan), Susan Hannaford (Kitty Sullivan), Steven Tandy (Tom Sullivan), Vivian Gray (Ida Jessop), Vikki Hammond (Maggie Baker) and Norman Yemm (Norm Baker). Famous Guest Stars included Kylie Minogue, Sam Neil and Mel Gibson. Produced 1976 - 1982 1114 x hour episodes (first episode 90 minutes) Started broadcasting 15 November, 1976 (Nine Network Australia) Shown in the UK regionally on the ITV network Thanks to TV.com
|S01E01||On the Brink of War Part 1||15/11/1976||[September 1-3, 1939] War is looming and poses very special threats to the Sullivans and their friends. Grace sees tension between her husband Dave and their oldest son, John, who is anti-war. For Dave this war is a reminder of the last one he proudly fought in. John sees only suffering ahead for his love Anna, the daughter of a German-Jew and local storekeeper. Meanwhile 13-year-old Kitty Sullivan embarks on an innocent relationship with a lonely man - much to the consternation of the Sullivan's nosy neighbour Mrs. Jessup. John and Anna learn of a phone threat made to Hans. John suspects Bert Duggan. Mrs. Jessup phones S.C. Smith to tell him that she has seen Kitty with Jarvis. Dave and his brother Harry talk about Dave's past and his relationship with Maggie. The radio broadcast from England announces 'England is at war with Germany', and Menzies broadcast follows announcing that Australia is at war|
|S01E02||On the Brink of War Part 2||15/11/1976||[September 1-3, 1939] War is looming and poses very special threats to the Sullivans and their friends. Grace sees tension between her husband Dave and their oldest son, John, who is anti-war. For Dave this war is a reminder of the last one he proudly fought in. John sees only suffering ahead for his love Anna, the daughter of a German-Jew and local storekeeper. Meanwhile 13-year-old Kitty Sullivan embarks on an innocent relationship with a lonely man - much to the consternation of the Sullivan's nosy neighbour Mrs. Jessup. John and Anna learn of a phone threat made to Hans. John suspects Bert Duggan. Mrs. Jessup phones S.C. Smith to tell him that she has seen Kitty with Jarvis. Dave and his brother Harry talk about Dave's past and his relationship with Maggie. The radio broadcast from England announces 'England is at war with Germany', and Menzies broadcast follows announcing that Australia is at war|
|S01E03||On the Brink of War Part 3||16/11/1976||[September 4, 1939] Grace is distraught by the announcement of war, yet her younger children - Terry and Tom, relish the excitement. Aunty Rose visits Grace and causes her to worry about Dave joining up. Next, Mrs. Jessup visits Grace, only to worry her further by telling her of seeing Kitty with Mr. Jarvis; Grace is concerned about both issues.|
|S01E04||On the Brink of War Part 4||17/11/1976||[September 5-6, 1939] Terry, Kitty and Tom enjoy care-free spring holidays. Grace is unsettled when she finds Dave trying on his old A.I.F. uniform but nothing is said. Dave confesses to Norm about he and Maggie. When a brick shatters their window, the Kauffman's become distressed about their predicament in Australia.|
|S01E05||Episode 5||18/11/1976||[September 7, 1939] John confronts Bert about the brick throwing. When the incident is reported to the police the Kauffmans are told they must come to the police station to register. All ex-diggers including Dave are asked to enrol in the reserve at Anzac House. Lil has some news for Bert who is surprisingly tender and understanding. Dave decides to call in at the hotel and see Maggie late one night.|
|S01E06||Episode 6||19/11/1976||[September 7-8, 1939] It's a tense reunion between Maggie and Dave as they talk in the empty bar. Meanwhile, Grace sits at home, alone with her thoughts. Next day Tom meets up with Bert and is impressed by him. They end up at the pub where Maggie learns that this is 'Dave's boy'. Bert gets them thrown out of the pub and Norm talks to Maggie about Dave. Later that night Dave and Grace hear Tom arrive home...falling down drunk.|
|S01E07||Episode 7||22/11/1976||[September 9-10, 1939] Grace instinctively blames 'the new woman at the hotel' for Tom's drunkenness. Dave learns about the incident with Bert and Maggie, much to his annoyance. Bert returns to the pub to do some betting with Jack. We see Lotte and Hans reading the National Security Bill. The Sullivan family visits Graces parent's grand home in Malvern. Maggie tells jack she may not keep the pub. Could Dave be the reason?|
|S01E08||Episode 8||23/11/1976||[September 11, 1939] John and Anna go off on a bike ride while Grace visits the Kauffmans 'for a cup of tea' and tries to cheer them up. S.C. Smith speaks to Mr. Jarvis about Kitty. In turn Jarvis writes Kitty a letter of confession. Grace tells Lil she is expecting a visit from a friend from Burrabri - Lil and Bert's home town. Lil is appalled.|
|S00E01||The John Sullivan Story||05/08/1979||After his troopship is sunk in 1942, John Sullivan is saved by Yugoslav Chetniks, whose leader Marko forces John to travel with him up through Greek Macedonia to a village here he has to practice as a doctor. He saves the life of a Jewish girl, Nadia, who he falls in love with. John is then captured by the Gestapo but escapes. He meets an English agent Major Barrington and Captain Meg Fulton. He goes to live with the Partisans. John leaves Yugoslavia|
|S00E02||Court Martial (Compilation)||00/00/0000||Compilation of extracts from epsiodes of The Sullivans. This Court Martial storyline features a before-he-was-famous Mel Gibson.|