The Rovers (TV series)

The Rovers was an Australian ocean-based family adventure television show originally screened from 21 August 1969 until 12 June 1970 and was broadcast on the 0-Ten network, the precursor of Network Ten

The Rovers
Created byRoger Mirams
StarringRowena Wallace
Edward Hepple
Noel Trevarthen
Grant Seiden
Theme music composerTommy Leonetti music
Barry Crocker /
Peter Flanagan Lyrics
Country of originAustralia
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes39
Production
Executive producer(s)Bill Harmon
Producer(s)Don Cash
Running time30 minutes per episode
Release
Original networkThe 0-10 Network
Picture format4:3
Audio formatStereo
Original release21 August 1969 (Melbourne) 
12 June 1970 (Melbourne)

Synopsis

Produced by NLT Productions, executive producer was Bill Harmon and producer Don Cash, who would become famous for creating Number 96. The series starred Rowena Wallace, Edward Hepple, Noel Trevarthen and child actor Grant Seiden.

The storylines revolve around the adventures of the crew of the ‘Pacific Lady’, an island schooner owned by Captain Sam McGill (or ‘Cap’ for short), played by Hepple, Bob Wild (a freelance photographer) played by Trevarthen and Rusty Collins, a wildlife journalist (played by Wallace).

Thirty-nine episodes of 30 minutes each were produced. Writers included Kenneth Cook, Michael Latimer, Ron McLean, Michael Wright, Ralph Peterson and Rosamund Waring.

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