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McLeod's Daughters
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2hrs 0min
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1996
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Koch Vision
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In this drama set and filmed in Australia, Jack McLeod (Jack Thompson) runs a successful sheep ranching operation in the outback, Dover's Run. After Jack's unexpected death, the day-to-day operations of the ranch fall to his housekeeper, Meg (Sonia Todd). However, it turns out to be more work than one woman can handle, and Meg calls upon Jack's daughters, Claire (Lisa Chappell) and Tess (Bridie Carter), to help her. However, Claire and Tess have not gotten along for some time -- Tess left Dover's Run with her mother when her parents divorced, while Claire stayed behind to live with her dad at the ranch -- and it turns out to be no small accomplishment to bring them together for the sake of the family's legacy. Produced for Australian TV, McLeod's Daughters was a great success in the ratings, and later spawned a popular television series. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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