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Title Sunday Night : Beauty And A Beast/Where Prisoners Rule.

Published Australia : SEVEN [broadcaster], 2015 October 25 at 19:00:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2015.

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 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 streaming video file (47 min. 14 sec.) ; 274419581 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary BEAUTY AND A BEAST It's been a long and deeply painful wait for action and answers to one of Australia's most baffling and enduring mysteries: what happened to model and bride-to-be Lucille Butterworth? In this powerful and revealing investigation Sunday Night's Mike Willesee follows the trails ignored or rejected by Tasmanian police after Lucille went missing from a bus stop outside Hobart in 1969. WHERE PRISONERS RULE In the heart of Bolivia lies a prison like no other, where children roam the corridors, drugs are made and sold and an inmate council hands out corporal punishment. Denham Hitchcock went inside the prison city in the centre of La Paz with Australian author Rusty Young, the man who made this place famous. Young's book about the prison, Marching Powder, is still a bestseller after 12 years -- and the closest look anyone from the outside world has had of San Pedro.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Doyle, Melissa, host.
Hitchcock, Denham, reporter.
Willesee, Mike, reporter.
Butterworth, Jim, contributor.
Butterworth, John, contributor.
Fitzgerald, John, contributor.
Hunt, Geoffrey, contributor.
Moriarty, Dan, contributor.
Plumpton, David, contributor.
Plunkett, Catherine, contributor.
Stanfield, Judith, contributor.
Wilcox, Jill, contributor.
Young, Rusty, contributor.
Subject Criminal psychology.
House selling -- Prices.
Human remains (Archaeology) -- Analysis.
Kidnapping victims.
Murder -- Investigation.
Prison sentences.
News and Current Affairs.