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Peppermint Twist - Let's Limbo Some More

Television (Full Length Episode) – 1987

Ann Pacey
Ann Pacey
20 Apr 2015 - 11.35am
Hiya Darcy! Hope you're going well......Lerv from Ann
D'Arcy Waldegrave
D'Arcy Waldegrave
23 Jan 2015 - 05.03pm
Such a great time! My first job. I'd love to see the set again, I might have to go looking for it in Welly when I'm down there this weekend. Crazy days, good people and too much money for a 17 year old. Loved getting on the chop with Murray K and hanging out with Ian Watkins.
Stuart Birnie
Stuart Birnie
8 Aug 2013 - 11.50pm
I worked as a Vision Controller on this series, though not on this episode. We had a great time on set, lunch was always rushed to allow a game of volleyball in the main street..
Bryan
Bryan
4 Aug 2013 - 08.47am
The car featured is a Holden FC, I think the opening scene shows it driving in the main street. I have a FC in the colour scheme would love to see some video or picture footage cheers.
liam
liam
17 Jul 2013 - 03.53pm
i know one of these actors in here. he was my teacher lol.
Ben
Ben
5 Jul 2013 - 08.08pm
The film set is in whitemans valley, it is still there just the same except in need of some paint work, I was just there a couple of days a go.
Jason
Jason
3 Mar 2012 - 10.35pm
Any chance of this whole series being released on DVD?
John
John
26 Jun 2010 - 04.03pm
Set is (was?) in Whitemans Valley in Stokes Valley / Upper Hutt. The buildings where mostly just 2D facades - you'd walk through the front door of a house and fall into a paddock !
Phil
Phil
22 Jun 2010 - 11.28pm
Where was the set?
Photo 9 has Roger Gascoine, not Peter Sinclair...
A strange mix of 50's and 60's
Nancy Braithwaite
Nancy Braithwaite
10 Jun 2010 - 12.39pm
I went to the film set many years ago on a car rally... wow it was really very pastel... interesting to see the building (which were real old transported in buildings in many cases) without insides - no floors etc, just ferns and plants slowly taking over the insides... is incredible to think it's probably still there slowly rotting away...
John
John
10 Jun 2010 - 09.15am
Brilliant ! They also did an episode of the first TV broadcast in NZ - would make a topical addition to this site ...
Rachel
Rachel
10 Jun 2010 - 09.06am
OMG!
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