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[on Ronald Colman]: He is the only actor I can think of who could make a toothbrush look as though it were a cigarette-holder.
Although she is the sole credited writer on "Sunday, Bloody Sunday", several people have suggested that others were involved. Two writers, David Sherwin and Ken Levison, are given a non-specific acknowledgment in the end credits of the film, and Sherwin has several times said that he did a full rewrite on the script. When the film opened in London in 1971, the review in "The Times" newspaper ...