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Three Forever is an Australian television series that first screened on SBS in 1998, with eight episodes produced.

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Three Forever tells the story of three orphans, Danny, Frances and Paulie, who together are on a quest for happiness. Danny is searching for the mother who abandoned him at birth and feels like he is being continually rejected. Frances lost her parents in a tragic accident and now suddenly finds herself with strange powers. Paulie wants to be part of a loving family. [1]

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