Young Ramsay

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Young Ramsay
Country of origin Australia
No. of episodes 26
Release
Original network Seven Network
Original release 1977 – 1980

Young Ramsay was an Australian television drama series which ran from 1977 to 1980 on the Seven Network. It was produced by Crawford Productions as two series of 13 episodes each.[1]

Plot[edit]

Peter Ramsay, a young city vet working in Sydney, becomes disillusioned and moves to the country. He takes over the veterinarian practice of Jack Lambert in the fictional country town of Jindarra, located along the coast of Victoria, near the New South Wales border. Julie Lambert, acts as nurse and receptionist and is the daughter of Jack, who is in semi-retirement due to declining health. Ray Turner is the local wildlife officer and park ranger. Peter, Julie and Ray’s work and their mutual love for animals, brings them together to become friends.[2] In the second series Julie moves to the city after the death of her father and Cassie McCallum becomes the new nurse and receptionist.

Cast[edit]

  • John Hargreaves as Peter Ramsay
  • Serge Lazareff as Ray Turner
  • Barbara Llewellyn as Julie Lambert (series one only)
  • Louise Howitt as Cassie McCallum (series two only)
  • Vic Gordon as Jack Lambert (series one only)
  • John Howard as Bob Scott (series two only)

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