Martin Moone is a young boy who relies on the help of his imaginary friend Sean to deal with the quandaries of life in a wacky small-town Irish family circa 1990.
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 Sean Murphy (18 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Martin Moone (18 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Debra Moone (18 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Liam Moone / ... (18 episodes, 2012-2015)
Sarah White ...
 Sinead Moone (18 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Trisha Moone (18 episodes, 2012-2015)
Ian O'Reilly ...
 Padraic (18 episodes, 2012-2015)
Clare Monnelly ...
 Fidelma Moone (16 episodes, 2012-2015)
Norma Sheahan ...
 Linda (12 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Dessie / ... (10 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Father Linehan / ... (8 episodes, 2012-2015)
Patrick McDonnell ...
 Frank (8 episodes, 2012-2015)
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Martin Moone is a young boy who relies on the help of his imaginary friend Sean to deal with the quandaries of life in a wacky small-town Irish family circa 1990.

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Малыш Мун  »

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In the episode Unidentified Feckin Objects, Writer Nick Vincent Murphy cameos as the teacher who tells Martin to whist. See more »


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Where's Me Jumper
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Performed by Sultans of Ping F.C.
[Theme song heard over opening credits]
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full of heart
4 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

Moone boy's charm is in its heart and it's firmly in the right place. At its core, it's a coming of age comedy/drama about a boy and his imaginary friend. There are so many poignant moments that it may be deserving of a second viewing. If you were a kid growing up in the late 80's and early 90's you're more likely to get the humour but there's humour aplenty for everyone. I was never a fan of Chris O' Dowd (I thought his humour bland) but it works here and in the right places. The first series is the better as it dips in the second, hence the nine out of ten rating, still Moone Boy hits much more than it misses and I recommend it highly.


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