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Sullivans, The: Volume 6 + The John Sullivan Story

Sullivans, The: Volume 6 + The John Sullivan Story
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  • 50 Episodes
  • 7 Disc set
  • Episode Synopses
  • Character bios

Volume Six - September 1, 1941 – April 30, 1942

With two sons away at war, Dave and Grace anxiously await any news. Now their third son, Terry, wants their signature on his enlistment papers for his 18th birthday.

On German occupied Crete, Norm, Tom and Bert must endure the harshest conditions while working undercover with British Intelligence, all the while planning their escape from the island. In constant peril – one of them must stay behind.

Michael and Alice hit rocky times as he wrestles with his conscience. Many believe him a coward for not enlisting.

Harry gets lucky on the Melbourne Cup – but his luck runs out when tragedy strikes.

 The John Sullivan Story - Feature Length Drama

Special Offer - Free with the purchase of "The Sullivans" Volume 6

1941 – John Sullivan is shipwrecked in the Eastern Mediterranean. Rescued by Chetnik guerrillas, he finds himself embroiled in the ethnic struggles between the Chetnik Serbian Monarchists and the Communist Partisans – amidst war-torn Yugoslavia under Nazi occupation. When the Gestapo arrive in their village, John is captured and interrogated as a spy. In a daring rescue, John is returned to the Partisans where he falls in love with Nadia, a beautiful Jewish girl who has also escaped from the Nazis. British Special operations learn of John’s whereabouts and believe him to have information valuable to them. So a plan is hatched to bring him back to England.

This compelling wartime drama, winner of 3 television industry awards including the Silver Logie for Most Popular New Talent for Vera Plevnik (Nadia), is a welcome addition for all fans of the Crawford Productions’ series “The Sullivans”.


  • Andrew McFarlane as John Sullivan
  • Vera Plevnik as Nadia
  • Frank Gallacher as Stipra
  • Ronald Lewis as Marko Karadjic
  • Olivia Hamnet as Capt. Meg Fulton
  • Roger Oakley as Maj. James Barrington
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