Come in Spinner
October 1944. The tide is turning in the Pacific War - American forces have made Sydney a gaudy, hectic garrison town. The gamblers and the good time Charlies converge on the South Pacific Hotel, Sydney's finest. This is the story of one week in their lives, as they play the game of chance for the highest stakes .. survival, security and the opportunity of happiness and love.
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