Prisoner Cell Block H - Volume 12

Release Date: 12 March 2012 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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Bea is on the run, Lizzie tries to stand up to Joan, and Nola is smuggling in drugs. Ellen turns out to be Alan (which accounts for the problems in the shower) and after 360 episodes, Governor Erica Davidson (Patsy King) resigns. It’s another 8 DVDs of classic Wentworth action. As well as this, Joan is taken hostage, Head of Department of Corrective Services Ted Douglas (Ian Smith) is accused of corruption, and Bea finds an opportunity to use the zip gun that gets planted in her dressing gown.

It’s 32 episodes and over 25 hours of iconic drama, including the arrival of Pixie Mason (Judy McBurney)and Governor Ann Reynolds (Gerda Nicholson).

Release Date: 12 March 2012
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced

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Customer Reviews

Drugs, Murder and Puppies...

The 12th volume of the classic Australian Prison series is here and the show just keeps on getting better!

Across 8 discs, a total of over 30 episodes are included here. The dramatic storylines are piled on keeping you firmly glued to the TV set. Bea Smith makes a dash for freedom, Nola gets her come-upance,The Freak gets a very cute puppy, there's spooky goings on in the Prisoner and a new governor is appointed.

Also included on this set is a series of interviews from Amanda Muggleton (who played Chrissie Latham). This is really a nice addition to an already fantastic box set as she talks about her favourite Top Dogs, the funniest moments on set, the other actresses and so much more.

I highly, highly recommened this! The show just keeps on giving with so many brilliant storylines (and some rather bizarre ones too!) and such talented actors/actresses it's not hard to see how this show has such a large and dedicated following.

10/10! Can't wait for the next volume.

Catalogue No: FHED2910