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January 19, 2022
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It's 1915 and young Leslie "Squizzy" Taylor has had enough of grafting a living picking pockets. He might be a shorty but he has big ideas and an even bigger ego - which only swells when he pulls off a daring heist from a city jewellers in broad daylight with his Bourke Street Rats inner circle of "Snowy" Cutmore, Angus Murray, "Tankbuster" McDonald and his best girl, prostitute Dolly Grey. Even if big crim about town and fence Henry Stokes doesn't give Squizzy quite the price he thinks his loot is worth, Squizzy's taken his first step into a bigger, brighter, riskier world. But what's the use of being a criminal genius if no-one, including the police, rates you? While a more circumspect crook might rejoice in anonymity, Squizzy's ego compels him to prove himself and he throws his gang into a much more challenging crime. They're going to rob the bank manager of one of the new branches springing up on the city's semi-rural outskirts. Only trouble is, it's a fair hike and none of them can drive. Squizzy books a taxi under an assumed name, blithely assuming he will be able to "convince" the driver to play along with his plan. But it all goes wrong and the resolute young driver ends up with Snowy's bullet in his head. Squizzy's not too worried - the cops are jokes. But one cop isn't laughing - Detective Piggott is conscientious and committed and finds an eyewitness among the orchardists and dairy farmers who describe a very short man and another with a Panama hat - Squizzy and Snowy are at the races, drinking a toast to Tankbuster who's joined up to fight the Hun, when in swoop coppers - Leslie Taylor, you are under arrest for murder. It seems Squizzy's circuit of Fortune's Wheel is destined to be very rapid indeed.

Country: Australia

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: July 28, 2013


Company Credits

Production Co: Screentime


Rick James
as Purana Task Force Member/Barman
Nathan Page
as Henry Stokes
Chris Gibson
as Reporter #2
Fletcher Humphrys
as Edward Jenkins
Caroline Craig
as Jacqui James/Narrator
Ross Thompson
as Justice Winneke
Sally-Anne Moody
as Drunk Girl
Caleb McClure
as Ollie
Rick Tonna
as Wrestler 1
Camille Keenan
as Dolly Grey
Lauren Brumby
as Mrs. Murray 1
Andy Baylor
as Drumm Arcade Musician
Bruce Packard
as Banjo Player
Peter Moon
as Leo
Matt Boesenberg
as John 'Snowy' Cutmore
Lynda Knight
as Well Dressed Lady Shopper
Tom Milton
as Hubert de Mole
Gareth Keegan
as Cons. Archie Cooper
Susie Porter
as Rose Taylor
Jeffrey Kracker
as Jury Foreman
John Linton
as Wagon Driver
Ben O'Connor
as Constable
Richard Cawthorne
as Long Harry Slater
Frank Sweet
as Bill Haines, Taxi Driver
Lee Mason
as Eugene Gorman
Luke Ford
as Albert 'Tankbuster' McDonald
Jared Daperis
as Joseph Leslie Theodore 'Squizzy' Taylor
Alison Leslie
as Madam 'Corned Beef' Provost
Jack McKinnis-Pegg
as Newsboy
Ashley Zukerman
as Det. James Bruce
Shane Lee
as Farmer Clarence Simpson
Matt Tanner
as Drumm Arcade Musician
Adam Simmons
as Drumm Arcade Musician
Amos Phillips
as Court Clerk
Greg Fleet
as Richard Buckley
Chris Weir
as Wrestler 2
Sam Greco
as Bunny Whiting
Brendan Parry Kaufmann
as Avon Bryant
Matthew Keating
as Constable
Darrell Cartledge
as Bank Official
Silas James
as Walter Burns, Burns Motor Taxi's
Kenneth Radley
as Det. John Brophy
Andrew Blackman
as Crown Prosecutor Woinarski
Claire Miller
as Woman in Hat
Imogen Hopper
as Mrs. Murray 2
Ian Dixon
as Ted Whiting
Dan Wyllie
as Det. Frederick Piggott
Kevin Dee
as Matthew Daly
Daniel Witton
as Drumm Arcade Musician
Brendan Bacon
as Harold Brooks
Victoria Eagger
as Watch House Matron
Rowan Francis
as Publican
Diana Glenn
as Annie Stokes
Jackson Ezard
as Hugh Hanlon
Scott Middleton
as Junior Bank Manager
John Arnold
as 'Old Chap' Arnold Jones
Elliot Cyngler
as Reporter #1
Andrew Ryan
as Angus Murray
Andrea Sefton
as Clarence's Wife
Simon Mallory
as Drumm Jewellery Salesman

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