Ticket to Nowhere

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"Ticket to Nowhere"
Australian Playhouse episode
Episode no.Season 1
Episode 19
Directed byFred Maxian
Teleplay byJohn Bragg
Original air date29 August 1966 [1]
Running time30 mins [2]
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Ticket to Nowhere is a 1966 television play broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation by John Bragg. It was part of the Australian Playhouse series.

Contents

Plot

A man finds himself with an unusual fellow-passenger on a long train journey. He thinks the man is trying to steal his identity. [3] [1]

Cast

Production

Director Fred Maxian normally did variety shows. [1]

Reception

The Age called it "good stage craft. It fitted well into the half hour." [4]

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References

  1. 1 2 3 "Drama Through One Way Mirror". The Age. 25 August 1966. p. 14.
  2. "TV Guide". Sydney Morning Herald. 29 August 1966. p. 15.
  3. "Television guide". The Sydney Morning Herald. 29 August 1966. p. 8.
  4. Monitor (3 September 1966). "Teachers and TV viewing". The Age. p. 22.