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The Flint Street Nativity (1999)

Adult actors portray a group of children as they prepare and present their school Christmas play.

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Warren Pipe / Joseph
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Tony Marshall ...
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Errol Chiverton / Shepherd 1
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Adult actors portray a group of children as they prepare and present their school Christmas play.

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Jaye Dackers: Hey.
Debbie Bennett: What?
Jaye Dackers: I bring wonderful news of great joy.
Debbie Bennett: Do you now?
Jaye Dackers: You're going to have a baby, and it's going to be God's, and it's going to be called Jesus.
Debbie Bennett: I know that.
Jaye Dackers: And it's going to have blond hair.
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Referenced in The 100 Greatest Christmas Moments (2004) See more »

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21 February 2000 | by See all my reviews

Starring the cream of the talent we have in the UK today, this brought back some fond, and not so fond memories of primary school. Everyone especially Frank Skinner was superb in acting out the Nativity, with everyone trying to please their parents. The drinks afterwards had the parents of the "kids" who were played by the actual actors themselves, and brought many a giggle. Just a pity its an one-off


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