A Mother's Son - Netflix

Wed 26 June 2019

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When a teenage schoolgirl is murdered in a quiet coastal town, a mother finds a pair of stained trainers - and begins to suspect that either her son or stepson may be involved.

A Mother's Son - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2012-09-03

A Mother's Son - Mother and Son - Netflix

Mother and Son is an Australian television sitcom produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation from late 1983 until 21 March 1994. The show stars Ruth Cracknell, Garry McDonald, Henri Szeps and Judy Morris. It featured many Australian actors of the time in guest roles. It was created and written by Geoffrey Atherden AM. Its theme song features the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, playing to “I Want a Girl”, a jazz standard which was recorded by Al Jolson in the 1920s. The stage version of Mother and Son was written by Geoffrey Atherden and will star Noeline Brown, Darren Gilshenan and Shane Jacobson. It premiered at the Comedy Theatre, Melbourne on July 18, 2014.

A Mother's Son - Robert Beare (Henri Szeps) - Netflix

Elder son of Maggie and Leo, brother of Arthur, husband to Liz and father of Damien and Teonie. Robert is a successful dentist who likes to take lots of holidays and have extramarital affairs. He does so by disguising his overseas holiday trysts as dental research conferences. His mother tells him off for his womanising and says that it is the reason he failed medical school, much to the disappointment of his late father. He is a 'man of leisure' who is adept at providing excuses as to why it is Arthur and not he that must take the primary care of their elderly mother. Robert loves to play tennis and golf and throughout the show, owns three cars; a Jaguar, Volvo and a BMW. When Arthur asked him for a loan to buy a new car, all Robert would offer him was a seriously impaired Volvo at a discount.

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