Bourke, Terry
Prisoner: Cell Block H : behind the scenes
London : Angus & Robertson, 1990. - 128 p. : ill.
ISBN: 0-207-16873-3
Paperback. Out of Print.

CONTROVERSY, PASSION, VIOLENCE AND INTRIGUE - ON AND OFF THE SETS OF TV'S WENTWORTH JAIL!

Prisoner: Cell Block H, the gripping action-packed story of life in an Australian women's prison, is fast becoming the cult TV series of the Nineties in Britain. This is the first book to reveal all about the shocks and dramas that went into its making.

How did it all begin? How did Lizzie, Bea, Doreen, 'Vinegar Tits' and the rest of the cast survive the gruelling schedules? What really happened when Franky smashed up the set? What was the tragedy that struck during an early episode and what do the actresses really think of each other?

Complete with a list of contact addresses for all the stars, and an epilogue by the real-life prisoner who acted as a consultant on the series, this riveting and revealing book is a must for every Cell Block H fan.

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