Screen Two: Season 10, Episode 2

Skallagrigg (9 Mar. 1994)

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Back in the 'bad old days' when the physically and mentally disabled were locked away in institutions a legend grew of someone who could stand up to the authorities and help them. This ... See full summary »

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John
Kerry Noble ...
Esther
Karl Purden ...
Tom
Tom Tomalin ...
Raj
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Susan
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Margaret
Adam Walker ...
Young Arthur
Joe Norton ...
Young George
Fine Time Fontayne ...
Arthur's Father
Kathy Jamieson ...
Arthur's Mother
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Jack Chissick ...
Dr. Leath
Kai Peacock ...
Young Frank
Xavier Duran ...
Young Dilke
Jamie Beddard ...
Middle Arthur
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Back in the 'bad old days' when the physically and mentally disabled were locked away in institutions a legend grew of someone who could stand up to the authorities and help them. This charming story is how a group of disabled people went to chase that legend. To assist them John is forced to come to terms with his daughter and her friends. Written by Steve Crook <steve@brainstorm.co.uk>

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This is one of the most important films ever made
4 May 2001 | by (Norfolk, England) – See all my reviews

I watched this programme when I was eleven and it has stuck in my mind for seven years! I thought it was and still is a very important and gripping film, that brings its audience to tears of laughter and sadness. One of the greatest programmes I have ever seen. Absolutely fantastic.


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