Underbelly Razor : Episode 13

Armageddon

Phil “The Jew” Jeffs is back in town. He shows off his flash new Darlo nightclub to Kate Leigh, vowing to destroy her and her paltry sly grog shops for putting three bullets into him years before! But Kate spits in his eye and tells him she’ll still be walking the lanes of Razorhurst long after he’s feeding the maggots!

News of Frank Green’s contract to kill Big Jim reaches Tilly Devine, who promptly engages Guido Calletti to kill Frank first. But Guido’s ongoing plans to ambush Kate’s coke supply prove a telling distraction. Meanwhile the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge is celebrated with a lavish ceremony presided over by Premier Jack Lang. However New Guardsmen Francis De Groot almost ruins the party by galloping up and bisecting the ribbon with his sword before Lang can wield the official scissors. Fortunately for the official party Bill Mackay is on hand to arrest De Groot and whisk him away from the public gaze.

With moral support from Nellie, Frank Green confronts Big Jim at the Devines’ Maroubra house, but when it comes to the crunch cannot bear to shoot his mentor. Instead, he snatches Big Jim’s tiepin from his shirt and runs away like a naughty schoolboy. Incensed by his protege's betrayal as much of the theft, Big Jim attempts to gun-down Frank and Nellie with his trusty 303 - but instead accidentally kills an innocent bystander, taxi driver Fred Moffitt! Later Guido finds Frank hiding from the cops at Nellie’s bedsit and challenges him to a fight to the finish to decide who gets her. But their final marathon bout is a draw and Nellie is forced to toss a coin to split her lovers. In the end her heart says Guido.

Bill Mackay sits Kate and Tilly down and tells them that Fred Moffitt’s death is the final straw – No More War! But they thumb their noses at him and walk out, agreeing to meet at a graveyard that night to sort out their differences in their own way once and for all.

And so it is that as the moon rises over the headstones, Kate and Tilly stalk each other, guns drawn, murder in mind … But who will pull the trigger first?

Music :
"Send Me An Angel"
Composed by David Thomas Sterry & Richard Zatorski
Warner/Chappell Pty Ltd
Music recorded and arranged by Brian Campeau and Elana Stone
Performed by Pippa Grandison
By kind permission of Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd

"Send Me An Angel"
Composed by David Thomas Sterry & Richard Zatorski
Warner/Chappell Pty Ltd
Music recorded and arranged by Brian Campeau and Elana Stone
Performed by Jessica Mauboy
By kind permission of Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd

"The Bridge We've Been Waiting For"
Written by J. Lumsdaine
Music recorded and arranged by Brian Campeau and Elana Stone
Performed by Jessica Mauboy

"The Nips Are Getting Bigger"
Written by M. Murphy (Universal Music Publishing)
Performed by Pippa Grandison

"Down To The River To Pray"
Performed by Pippa Grandison

"High Street Rag"
Written by J. Trombey (De Wolfe Music)
Performed by Jack Trombey
Courtesy of De Wolfe Music

"Twelve Gates To The City"
Performed by The Sacred Shakers featuring Eilen Jewell
Licensed courtesy of Signature Sounds Recording Company

"Mary Had A Little Lamb"
Performed by Chelsie Preston Crayford

"Majesty"
Written by Douglas/Laffer/Otway/Wootton/Wootton (Mushroom Music Publishing)
Performed by The Panics
Licensed courtesy of Dew Process / Universal Music Australia






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