The Flying Doctors

Season 1 Episode 3

Hot Enough For You

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A naive English family who have no knowledge of the conditions in the Outback have a tragic time. The Robertsons are on their way to a job on an outlying property when they get lost en-route. After a night in the car, Mrs Robertson and her two sons Alfred, Alexander and their new born baby daughter remain at the car while Mr Robertson goes off looking for help. However the heat gets too much for Mrs Roberson, and she suffers from dehydration and collapses as a result. Meanwhile, her disobedient sons run off and also become lost in the bush. When the Robertsons fail arrive for their new job, an emergency is declared and the search is on to find them before the heat kills them. They manage to locate all family members but it is too late for one of them.moreless

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    Lewis Fitz-gerald

    Lewis Fitz-gerald

    Dave "Gibbo" Gibson [ 1 ]

    Lenore Smith

    Lenore Smith

    Kate Standish (Wellings)

    Liz Burch

    Liz Burch

    Dr.Chris Randall

    Terry Gill

    Terry Gill

    Sgt. Jack Carruthers

    Max Cullen

    Max Cullen

    Hurtle Morrison

    Bruce Barry

    Bruce Barry

    George Baxter

    Neil Melville

    Neil Melville

    Mr Robertson

    Guest Star

    Lorna Lesley

    Lorna Lesley

    Janice Robertson

    Guest Star

    Richard Chambers

    Richard Chambers

    Alfred Robertson

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    Warren Owens

    Warren Owens

    Dougie Kennedy

    Recurring Role

    Gil Tucker

    Gil Tucker

    Joe Forrest

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    Kylie Belling

    Kylie Belling

    Sharon Herbert

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      • Chris: I hate this place Tom! There, I said it. I came out here knowing I'd love it, and I hate the bloody place.
        Tom: Chris, I hate the bloody place too! 108 in the shade, 120 out here, who could love that? Sure, I hate it, but Chris, it's alright to say you hate it. You don't have to go around fooling yourself, looking at everything through rose coloured glasses.

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