Australia in the 1970s. The crime scene is on the move. Forget armed robbery and marijuana. Australia is about to embrace the hard stuff - heroin. Leading the charge are two men in New South Wales: Aussie Bob Trimbole, from the town of Griffith, and Kiwi Terry Clark, a Sydney-based charmer with a twinkle in his eye and a big dream. Down Melbourne way, the crime world is yet to catch up. The crims in that city are led by brothers Brian and Les Kane, hard men from the notorious Painters and Dockers trade union. The Kane brothers are old-school crims who don't realise that times are changing. They're more concerned with protecting their own turf than branching out. One man who does understand the changing times is furniture shop owner and NSW political candidate Don Mackay. Mackay has spent much energy trying to clean up his home town of Griffith, NSW and is beginning to make inroads, much to the chagrin of Trimbole and his mates. If Trimbole's venture into the drug trade is ever going ...
Aussie Bob is played by a Kiwi, and Kiwi Terry is played by an Aussie. See more »
The fake British passport being used by Kiwi Terry (and those used by other drug couriers in later episodes) has a burgundy colored cover whilst in reality British passport covers remained navy blue in color until 1988. See more »
Take My Love With You
Performed by Eli "Paperboy" Reed See more »