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Episode 4.13
Airdate: Sunday, November 06, 2011
Ratings: 1.449 million viewers (1st)
Produced by Peter Gawler, Elisa Argenzio
Written by Felicity Packard
Directed by Shawn Seet

After a decade of gang warfare, Kate and Tilly have their final showdown. Phil Jeffs returns from exile and vows to drive Kate Leigh out of business. Frank and Guido fight to the death over the love of Nellie Cameron, and Razorhurst celebrates the grand opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Cast (in order of appearance):

  • Danielle Cormack as Kate Leigh
  • Chelsie Preston Crayford as Tilly Devine
  • Pippa Grandison as Mona Woods
  • Catherine Glavicic as May Seckold
  • Felix Williamson as Phil "The Jew" Jeffs
  • Alexandra Plim as Cecily Parker (Phil's Assistant)
  • Jack Leech as Elderly Drinker
  • David Willis as Bill "The Octopus" Flanagan
  • Jessica Mauboy as Gloria Starr
  • Stephanie Thomas as Heavenly Bodies Dancer
  • Kate Harrison as Heavenly Bodies Dancer
  • Anna Brown as Heavenly Bodies Dancer
  • Heloise Cram as Heavenly Bodies Dancer
  • Peter Wilson as Edmond The Banker
  • Karina Vovchak as Barely Legal Consort
  • Peter Mackie as Roland the Barrister
  • Colin Donnelly as Randolf the Solicitor
  • Therese Visser as Peacock Feather Woman
  • Colin Foy as Cocaine Snorting Man
  • Brendan Walsh as Old Nikinsky
  • Cory Vi as Manchu
  • Khan Chittenden as Frank "The Little Gunman" Green
  • Anna McGahan as Nellie Cameron
  • Richard Brancatisano as Guido Calletti
  • Lizzie Schebesta as Dulcie Markham
  • Danny Tollott as Guido's Push Member 1
  • Jimmy Filipovski as Guido's Push Member 2
  • Daniel Matthew Beltran as Percy Cook
  • Pacharo Mzembe as "Nigger"
  • Jack Campbell as Jim Devine
  • Frank Thomas as Old Shoe Shine
  • William Upjohn as Roy the Butcher
  • "Possum" as Kate Leigh's Best Dog
  • Kelly Anderson as Peg
  • Brent Spring as Bashed Up Bloke
  • Adele Vuko as Gwynnie
  • Alan Fish as Middle Aged Man 1
  • Nick Wood as Middle Aged Man 2
  • Steve Le Marquand as Tom Wickham
  • Don Sweetman as Desk Sergeant
  • Izzy Stevens as Eileen Leigh
  • Bianca & Kendall Debbage as Charlotte Leigh (Baby)
  • Jake Ryan as Ray "The Blizzard" Blissett
  • Graeme Blundell as Jack Lang
  • Craig Hall as Bill Mackay
  • David Roberts as Frank De Groot
  • Simon Chapman as Premier's Aide
  • Conrad Coleby as Syd Thompson
  • TJ Power as H.L. Jones (Reporter)
  • Kai Harris as Husband
  • Melinda Wenig as Wife
  • Dal Dimovski as Uniformed Policeman
  • Molly Cooper as Lady
  • Clarissa Arnold as Daughter
  • Lucy Wigmore as Lillian Armfield
  • Lessica De Gouw as Edie McElroy
  • Kim Knuckey as Fred Moffitt
  • Paul Hunt as Father Collender
  • Mehmet Yavuz as Rabbitoh
  • Clint Foster as Tom Kelly
  • Benson Jack Anthony as Newspaper Boy
  • Mitch Bartlett as Wanda
  • Caroline Craig as Jacqui James / Narrator


  • "Send Me An Angel" performed by Pippa Grandison
  • "Send Me An Angel" performed by Jessica Mauboy
  • "The Bridge We've Been Waiting For" performed by Jessica Mauboy
  • "The Nips Are Getting Bigger" performed by Pippa Grandison
  • "Down To The River To Pray" performed by Pippa Grandison
  • "High Street Rag" performed by Jack Trombey
  • "Twelve Gates To The City" performed by The Sacred Shakers featuring Ellen Jewell
  • "Mary Had A Little Lamb" performed by Chelsie Preston Crayford
  • "Majesty" performed by The Panics