The lead singer from a defunct 70's rock-and-roll group is found murdered with a whiskey bottle stuffed down his throat.

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Teddy O'Connor
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Teddy O'Connor was the lead singer for a rock-and-roll band during the Seventies and the object of adoration for his many teen-aged fans. Twenty years later after he is found dead in his modest flat, a whiskey bottle shoved down his throat. The motive seems rooted in the past and Davies interviews other group members, his corrupt manager, and those who knew him twenty years earlier. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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12 June 2005 (UK)  »

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Gerry Jameson: The past is another country.
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Nigel Planer plays a poignant role
17 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

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Ian McNeice appears as Billy Wunder, a rock impresario. A year earlier he made his debut as Bert Large in Doc Martin.

The St Bernard is so cute!


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