The first of three parts from this full length episode.
The second of three parts from this full length episode.
The third of three parts from this full length episode.
The credits for this episode.
Ian Mune is Leo Moynihan, secretary of the carpenters’ union, who — with orange mini and leather jacket — has to navigate the shark-infested waters of 1970s industrial relations. In this episode, earthquake regulations, a shifty minister and standover tactics from worksite agitators, count amongst Moynihan’s workplace problems. At home, he has to introduce his lecturer girlfriend (Sheila Hammond) to his young son. The Kiwi-Australian co-production (with ABC) was the first drama series made by TV One’s drama department. It won Feltex Awards for Best Drama, and for Mune’s performance.
Stan Barton couldn’t lie straight in a bed.– Moynihan (Ian Mune)
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