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Close to Home - First Episode

Television (Full Length Episode) – 1975

Will the real baby Alice Paget please coo? Actress Geraldine Holmes (left) who plays Stephanie Paget holds baby Debra Cederman who shares baby alice’s duties in the serial with her twin sister Fiona (in proud mothers Faith Cederman’s arms).

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John (Kevin J Wilson) Pip (April Kelland) and Hillary (Adel Chapman) pose after the wedding in Close to Home.

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Christine, Pete and Daphne pause outside the church after the Close to Home wedding. On the right Don Hart (Tony Currie) wheels and whistles a young Close to Homer around during a break in the filming of the wedding.

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The Close to Home cast - 500th episode. Starting at back row - from left - Jeff Thomas, Ginette McDonald, Harry Lavington, Alice Fraser, Glenis Levestam, Jiny Healey, Pat Evison, Ken Blackburn, Heather Lindsay, Stephen Tezer - Marnie Morgan, Jim Moriarty, Dothay Smith, Robin Dere, Mildred Woods and Maree McKeefry.

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Eve Rimmer has a few words of advice for Ruth in Close to Home.

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Don Hearte (Tony Currie) reminisces about a book he once wrote to Pete Wallace (Robin Wene) in Close to Home.

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A Birthday snap of the principal cast members of Close to Home at 300 episodes.

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Milos Lorvatz (Hine Jurgensen) teaches granddaughter Caroline (Katie Brockie ) to cook on Close to Home.

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The cast of Close to Home.

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Andrew Burns (left) and Christine Hansen check Janice Ginn’s Close to Home dress for size in TV1s Wardrobe section.

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The normally staid Mr Mulholland (Jim Healey) lets his hair down when Faith Wilson’s panto Aladdin finally goes on in Close To Home.

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Charles Walker as Pop in Close to Home.

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