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The Tribe - First Episode

Television (Full Length Episode) – 1999

The first episode of The Tribe introduces many of the key elements that would capture fans around the globe: including a future where teens rule, and a shopping mall that provides a bolthole from terrifying, colourfully-garbed gangs. After meeting the only occupant, Amber (Beth Allen) decides the mall could be the perfect place for her new friends to hole up in. Meanwhile Lex (Caleb Ross) — soon to become one of The Tribe's longest-serving anti-heroes — gets angry. Employing roughly 500 cast and crew, Raymond Thompson's show introduced a host of young actors over five seasons.

Amber look around you: there's no future here. The tribes have got the city. Let them live on tinned food.
– Dal (Aswath Sundaresan) to Amber (Beth Allen)

Key Cast & Crew

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Raymond Thompson

Executive Producer, Creator, Original Idea

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Beth Allen

As: Amber

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Wayne Tourell

Director

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Declan Eames

Producer

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David Fox

Writer

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Keegan Fulford-Wierzbicki

As: Glen

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Music

Song 'The Dream Must Stay Alive' sung by Rosalind J. Composed by Simon May, Simon Lockyer and Ben Robbins

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