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The cast and crew of "The Billy Plays" are reunited to talk about their historical significance and the lasting impression they have made on people. | Add synopsis »


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Maggie Cronin ... Herself - Narrator (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Keith Baker ... Himself - Former Belfast Telegraph TV Critic
Colin Bateman ... Himself - Writer

Kenneth Branagh ... Himself - 'Billy'
Brid Brennan ... Herself - 'Lorna'
Colum Convey ... Himself - 'Ian'
Chris Dunkley ... Himself - Financial Times TV Critic, 1973-2002
James Ellis ... Himself - 'Norman Martin'
Ainé Gorman ... Herself - 'Maureen'
Tracey Lynch ... Herself - 'Ann'
Chris Parr ... Himself - Producer, Billy Plays
Graham Reid ... Himself - Writer, Billy Plays
Paul Seed ... Himself - Director, Billy Plays

Directed by
Clare Delargy 
Produced by
Justin Binding .... executive producer: BBC
Clare Delargy .... producer
David Kilpatrick .... executive producer: Clean Slate Television
Cinematography by
Mark Garrett (lighting cameraman)
Film Editing by
Declan Byrne 
Graham Reid .... special thanks

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30 min

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