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"Screen Two" Dreaming (1991)

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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
24 March 1991 (Season 7, Episode 10)
McIlvanney's reworking of his short story, from "Walking Wounded" (Hodder and Stoughton, 1989). Sammy Nelson envisions 'alternatives' to the realities of his day, as he moves from home to Job Centre to home again. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Ewen Bremner ... Sammy Nelson

Michael Carter ... Peter Nelson

Mary McCusker ... Mary Nelson

Shirley Henderson ... Pauline McPherson

Billy Connolly ... Game Show Host / Busker
Ricky Ross ... Deacon Blue / Singer in Bar
Lorraine McIntosh ... Deacon Blue / Girl in Graveyard
Graeme Kelling ... Deacon Blue
James Prime ... Deacon Blue
Ewen Vernal ... Deacon Blue
Douglas Vipond ... Deacon Blue

Marianne Faithfull ... Woman in Crowd
Jake D'Arcy ... Danny
Peter Kelly ... Genteel Heavy
Robert Carr ... Job Interviewer / Guru

Steve Nallon ... Prime Minister
Una McLean ... Mrs. Johnson
Harry Jones ... Wino
Stevie Hannan ... Deke Morrison
Donalda Samuel ... Mrs. Morrison
Jimmy Chisholm ... 'Playtime' Presenter
Cheryl Innes ... Janine
Lucinda Baillie ... Librarian
Laurie Ventry ... Mr. Pettigrew
Julie Ann Gilchrist ... Girl on Bridge

Ashley Jensen ... Betting Shop Cashier
Don Gallagher ... Mr. Seymour
Isabella Jarrett ... Mrs. Seymour
John Casey ... Barman

Tania Grier ... Dream Girl in Bar

Episode Crew
Directed by
Mike Alexander 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
William McIlvanney  writer

Produced by
Andy Park .... producer
Cinematography by
Stuart Wyld (photography)
Film Editing by
David Harvie 
Production Design by
David McKenzie 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dave Tarvit .... third assistant director
Sound Department
Alan Cooper .... sound recordist
Angus McAllister .... dubbing mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Mike Cuthbert .... additional photography
Paul Riley .... additional photography

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Additional Details

90 min

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