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In the Pilot the late great Gwen Plumb played the much talked about and then never seen Doris Peters. 
I know Gwen played the part written for her of Mum Foote on Richmond Hill which is why we didn’t see her appear as Doris during Season One. 
I wonder why Gwen didn’t resurrect the role once Richmond Hill finished. The character of Doris was always being mentioned. Was Fiona Spence brought in as Celia Stewart as a replacement and therefore they decided not to ask Gwen back?

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On 21/03/2021 at 17:33, Benjamin Shatliff said:

 

In the Pilot the late great Gwen Plumb played the much talked about and then never seen Doris Peters. 
I know Gwen played the part written for her of Mum Foote on Richmond Hill which is why we didn’t see her appear as Doris during Season One. 
I wonder why Gwen didn’t resurrect the role once Richmond Hill finished. The character of Doris was always being mentioned. Was Fiona Spence brought in as Celia Stewart as a replacement and therefore they decided not to ask Gwen back?

Did nobody have any thoughts on this one? I just wondered as Gwen was like Australian Royalty and Doris Peters was certainly mentioned 👍😀

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On 22/03/2021 at 04:33, Benjamin Shatliff said:

Was Fiona Spence brought in as Celia Stewart as a replacement and therefore they decided not to ask Gwen back?

I assume Celia was a Doris replacement, since she neither appeared or was mentioned in the pilot and they were both busybody characters. 

I guess Doris could have always popped up in a guest role as one of Celia's cronies or as a rival though.. 

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