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A Place to Call Home: Season 4

A Place to Call Home: Season 4

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Against the backdrop of post-World War II Australia, A Place To Call Home stars Marta Dusseldorp (Jack Irish, Janet King) as Sarah Adams, a nurse who becomes involved in the affairs of the wealthy Bligh family. In Season 4, the wealthy Bligh family faces new challenges amid sweeping social change in 1950s Australia. Sarah has finally proven herself to the townspeople of Inverness— including the formidable Elizabeth (Noni Hazelhurst, Little Fish) —but a changing political climate threatens to endanger her position. Meanwhile, the Blighs grapple with a family secret that could cause a scandal.

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Against the backdrop of post-World War II Australia, A Place To Call Home stars Marta Dusseldorp (Jack Irish, Janet King) as Sarah Adams, a nurse who becomes involved in the affairs of the wealthy Bligh family. In Season 4, the wealthy Bligh family faces new challenges amid sweeping social change in 1950s Australia. Sarah has finally proven herself to the townspeople of Inverness— including the formidable Elizabeth (Noni Hazelhurst, Little Fish) —but a changing political climate threatens to endanger her position. Meanwhile, the Blighs grapple with a family secret that could cause a scandal.

A Nagging Doubt
Tensions arise at Ash Park while Sarah's life hangs in the balance and Carolyn's life falls apart. How will George react when he learns of Regina's plot?

Bad in a Good Way
Regina weaves another tendril around George. James is rattled by Olivia's confession. Jack proves to Carolyn that she's worthy of him.

When You're Smiling
Sarah and Roy go to Sydney. Can Carolyn admit the truth to Elizabeth? Henry's confession forces James to sort out his true feelings.

Home to Roost
Elizabeth seizes the chance to battle Regina. Harry helps Sarah heal some deep emotional scars. George restores order at Ash Park.

Happy Days Are Here Again
Sarah, Elizabeth and Anna devise a plan to destroy Regina. James shares his feelings with Henry - but will Harry's return spell trouble in paradise?

The Trouble with Harry
Elizabeth and Olivia work together to protect James from Harry. Jack and Carolyn are rattled as Sir Richard works his way back into their lives. Gino takes control of his marriage.

You're Just in Love
Jack and Carolyn's big day arrives, but has Sir Richard done enough to spoil it for them? Anna makes a huge confession and Gordon is convinced that Sarah killed Milly. Regina tempts Sgt. Taylor.

There'll Be Some Changes Made
Jack and Douglas take matters with Sir Richard into their own hands when the refuge comes under threat. James grapples with his old feelings for Harry. Sarah and Elizabeth support Doris through matters of the heart.

Where Will the Baby's Dimple Be
James supports Olivia as she faces a heartbreaking truth. Elizabeth gets a wonderful surprise. George's poor timing leaves him on shaky ground with Sarah.

And The Blind Shall See
Anna pushes Gino beyond his limit. Sarah's advice helps Olivia find a new direction.

Catch the Tiger
While Regina's behavior spirals, George asks for the family to go about business as usual. James and Henry's relationship hits shaky ground.

All Good Things
Olivia chooses a new path. Harry finds a new place to call home. Jack and Carolyn stand by their daughter. Sir Richard beings to draw up a blueprint for revenge against the Bligh family.

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Format: DVD
Run Time: Approx 10 3/4 hours
Region: Region 1
UPC Code : 054961247295
Cast: Danielle Cormack, Georgia Flood, Nicole da Silva, Kris McQuade, Leeanna Walsman, Kate Atkinson, Robbie Magasiva, Aaron Jeffery.
Editorial Reviews: "Innovative TV...riveting storytelling" - The Australian

"A visceral thrill" - The Globe and Mail (Canada)

"A gritty drama laden with twists and emotion" - Metro (UK)

"Crafts complex characters to tell outrageous prison stories" - The Sydney Morning Herald

"Exceptional... Wentworth crafts complex characters to tell outrageous prison stories" - The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)

"A gritty drama and mystery series rolled into one" - TV Guide
Number of Discs: 3 Discs
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