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Jimmy Muir is a hard-drinking brewery worker in the city of Sheffield, with an arrogant lack of respect for authority. His entire life has been orientated by football and he possesses the... See more »

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Jimmy Muir
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Annie Doherty
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Ken Jackson
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Russell Muir
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Joe Muir
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Sarah Muir
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Mary Muir
Chris Walker ...
Mac
John Higgins ...
Rob
Tim Gallagher ...
Steve
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Tommy
Nick Waring ...
Gary
James McKenna ...
George McCabe
Tony Currie ...
Tony Currie
Mel Sterland ...
Captain
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Jack
David Leland ...
Priest
Douglas McFerran ...
Norman, the Foreman
Ian Taylor ...
Young Jimmy Muir
Sharon Jackson ...
Susie, Barmaid
Bill Stewart ...
Bullneck
Andrew Shephard ...
Brewery Worker
Paul Kemp ...
Brewery Worker
Nick Conway ...
Brewery Worker
John Tams ...
Brewery Worker
Davie Hill ...
Fred
Philippa Howell ...
Mrs. Doherty
Rita May ...
Mabel
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Stripper
Chris Cooke ...
Miner
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Careers Officer
John Henshaw ...
M.C. (Springwood)
David Gibbons ...
Boy on Bus
Daniel Oldham ...
Street Footballing Kid
Tracy Shaw ...
Tina
Corinne Heritage ...
Tracy
Lucy Rogers ...
Debbie
Andrew Livingston ...
Hallam Spectator (as Andrew Livingstone)
Keith Hatcher ...
Hatcher
Martin Tyler ...
Football Commentator
Freddie Fletcher ...
Judd
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard Flower ...
Young Russell Muir
Dave Hill ...
Fred
Paul Casson-Yardley ...
Football Fan (uncredited)

Directed by

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Maria Giese

Written by

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James Daly ... ()
 
Maria Giese ... ()

Produced by

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James Daly ... producer
Peter Koral ... executive producer
Christopher Lambert ... producer
Hannah Leader ... associate producer
David Matalon ... executive producer
Peter McAleese ... line producer
Meir Teper ... producer

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Anne Dudley

Cinematography by

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Grant Cameron
Gerry Fisher

Film Editing by

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George Akers

Editorial Department

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David Barrett ... first assistant editor
Benjamin Greenacre ... post-production coordinator
Celia Haining ... trainee assistant editor
Jon Harris ... second assistant editor
Mark Waddell ... color timer

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Jeremy Zimmermann ... (as Jeremy Zimmerman)

Production Design by

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Hugo Luczyc-Wyhowski

Art Direction by

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Luana Hanson

Set Decoration by

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Linda Wilson

Costume Design by

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Kate Carin

Makeup Department

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Graham Johnston ... makeup artist
Robert McCann ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Production Management

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Stephen Barker ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Bernard Bellew ... assistant director
Tommy Gormley ... assistant director
Mark J. Ingram ... assistant director

Art Department

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Meg Burton ... art department assistant
Barry Gibbs ... property master
Bill Hargreaves ... stand-by propsman
Jess Kitley ... assistant props buyer
Darryl Paterson ... dressing props
David Shakarian ... construction coordinator
Bob Starrett ... stand-by painter
Warren Stickley ... dressing props
John Watt ... stand-by carpenter

Sound Department

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Jason Adams ... sound effects editor
Kate Buckland ... assistant sound editor
Felicity Cottrell ... foley artist
Graham Daniel ... re-recording mixer
Paul Elman ... assistant sound editor
Jennifer Govey ... first assistant dubbing editor
Charles Hiscott ... assistant sound editor
Richard Hiscott ... foley editor
Derek Holding ... adr editor
Dennis McTaggart ... dialogue editor
Ray Merrin ... re-recording mixer
Simon Okin ... sound recordist
Mark Oulson-Jenkins ... sound trainee
Jason Swanscott ... foley artist
Ted Swanscott ... foley mixer
Jim Wilkinson ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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Steve Breheney ... special effects supervisor

Stunts

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Peter Brayham ... stunt coordinator
Ray De-Haan ... stunts (as Ray De Haan)

Camera and Electrical Department

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James Bloom ... clapper loader: second unit
David Bryant ... focus puller: second unit
Grant Cameron ... camera operator: second unit
Paul Chedlow ... still photographer
Paul Englefield ... camera operator: second unit
Cary Fisher ... camera operator
Mike George ... focus puller: second unit
Rodrigo Gutierrez ... camera operator
Rob Hardy ... camera trainee (as Robert Hardy)
Guy Hazel ... clapper loader: second unit
David Hedges ... clapper loader
Dave Oldroyd ... generator operator
Kenny Pitts ... sparks
Peter Scorah ... grip: second unit
David Seaton ... video operator
Martin Shepherd ... focus puller
Robin Stone ... grip
Kenny Sykes ... gaffer
Francis Todd ... focus puller: second unit
Jimmy Turrell ... camera operator: second unit (as Jim Turrell)
Robert Doe Wansey ... best boy (as Bob Doe-Wansey)

Casting Department

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Manuel Puro ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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John Norster ... wardrobe master
Sue Preston ... wardrobe assistant

Location Management

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Keith Hatcher ... location manager
Brian Horsburgh ... location assistant
Simon Marsden ... location assistant

Music Department

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Mark Berrow ... musician: violin
Karen Cockerell ... music coordinator
Anne Dudley ... conductor
Maggie Rodford ... music coordinator

Other crew

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Libbie Barr ... script supervisor
Wendy Ellerker ... production accountant
Benjamin Greenacre ... production assistant
Gerry Grennell ... dialect coach (as Jerry Grenell)
Sarah Purser ... production runner
David Seaton ... production assistant
Shellie Smith ... production coordinator
Frank Toone ... accounting assistant
Matthew Turner ... stand-in: Sean Bean
Paul Turner-Johnson ... stand-in
Mick Ward ... floor runner
Anthea Williamson ... stills assistant
Elizabeth Winn-Brown ... stand-in: Emily Lloyd
Mark Thomas ... director of "Making of" documentary (uncredited)

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Antoinette O'Grady ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Jimmy Muir is a hard-drinking brewery worker in the city of Sheffield, with an arrogant lack of respect for authority. His entire life has been orientated by football and he possesses the potential, but has never had the courage or discipline to make anything of it. Jimmy is spotted by Ken Jackson, whilst playing for his pub team. Ken is the manager of Hallam football club, a local non-league team. After continually playing brilliantly for Hallam, Jimmy gets offered a trial at Sheffield United. The evening before the trial he gets drunk, and wakes up feeling very rough. Consequently he fails to impress the Sheffield United manager. Jimmy then has to consider his future and his choices and if he has the self discipline to succeed! Written by Antony Annunziata

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Also Known As
  • Pint of Bitter (United Kingdom)
  • Jimmy (France)
  • Immer wieder samstags (Germany)
  • Camino a la gloria (Spain)
  • Kiedy nadchodzi sobota (Poland)
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  • 98 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Mel Sterland, who in this film plays the captain of Sheffield United Football Club, was formerly a professional football player with their local rivals, Sheffield Wednesday Football Club. See more »
Goofs As already explained, the FA Cup Semi-Final should be played at a neutral venue and not at the home ground of Sheffield United - as in the film. However, there is also the alarming fact that the April Semi-Final takes place in mid-winter. This is due to the footage from the 'real game' actually being an FA Cup 3rd tie in Janurary, 1995. See more »
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