Bangkok Hilton

Bangkok Hilton (1989)

  • Genre: Drama
  • First Air Date: 1989-11-05
  • Last Air Date: 1989-11-07
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 3
  • Status: Ended
  • Episode Runtime: 90 min.
  • Production Company: Kennedy Miller Productions
  • Production Country: Australia
  • Networks: ABC TV
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This classic Australian mini series was originally broadcast in 1989 as three 90 minute episodes and tells the story of a young woman who goes in search of the father she has never known. Her search takes her from Australia to England and then on to Bangkok. There she meets up with a charming young man, Arkie Regan, who plants drugs in her luggage and leaves her to her fate when the authorities find them during a routine search at the airport. Following her imprisonment in the notorious Bangkok Hilton prison she awaits the decision of the authorities on whether she should face the death penalty.

  • Keywords: london, england, prison, bangkok, thailand, thailand, father, prison escape, escape, miniseries, drugs, missing parent
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    Bangkok Hilton Seasons

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 1989-11-04
    3 Episodes

    Bangkok Hilton Episodes

    Title Air Date Duration
    Season 1Episode 1Episode 1120 min
    Season 1Episode 2Episode 2120 min
    Season 1Episode 3Episode 3120 min
    • Nicole Kidman

      as Katrina Stanton
    • Denholm Elliott

      as Hal Stanton
    • Hugo Weaving

      as Richard Carlisle
    • Jerome Ehlers

      as Arkie Ragan
    • Judy Morris

      as Catherine Faulkner
    • Norman Kaye

      as George McNair
    • Joy Smithers

      as Mandy Engels
    • Noah Taylor

      as Billy Engels
    • Lewis Fiander

      as James Stanton
    • Gerda Nicolson

      as Lady Faulkner
    • Richard Carter

      as Detective King
    • Pauline Chan

      as Pretty Warden
    • Tan Chandraviroj

      as Major Sara
    • Jonathan Biggins

      as O'Keefe
    • Deborah Kara Unger

      as Astra
    • Vincent Ball

      as British Attache
    • Brian Bovell

      as Postman
    • Helen Mutkins

      as Jane
    • Lee Lin Chin

      as Gnut
    • Lucy Bayler

      as Sarah
    • Deidre Lassau

      as Miss Howell
    Writing Terry Hayes Writer
    Production George Miller Producer
    Writing Ken Cameron Writer
    Writing Tony Morphett Writer
    Writing Terry Hayes Screenplay
    Production Doug Mitchell Producer
    Production Alison Barrett Casting
    Art Michael Bridges Art Direction
    Art Owen E. Williams Production Design
    Costume & Make-Up Glenys Jackson Costume Design
    Production Barbara Gibbs Associate Producer
    Crew Geoff Burton Cinematography
    Production Terry Hayes Producer
    Sound Graeme Revell Music
    Sound Lee Smith Sound Designer