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Kes (13-Sep-1970)

Director: Ken Loach

Writers: Barry Hines; Ken Loach; Tony Garnett

From novel: A Kestrel For A Knave by Barry Hines

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Cameron

Producer: Tony Garnett

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brian Glover
Actor
2-Apr-1934 24-Jul-1997 Lugg on Campion

CAST

with
David Bradley   ...   Billy
Colin Welland   ...   Mr. Farthing
Lynne Perrie   ...   Mrs. Casper
Freddie Fletcher   ...   Jud
Brian Glover   ...   Mr. Sugden
Bob Bowes   ...   Mr. Gryce
and
Bernard Atha   ...   Supporting Cast
Laurence Bould   ...   Supporting Cast
Ted Carroll   ...   Supporting Cast
Agnes Drumgoon   ...   Supporting Cast
Desmond Guthrie   ...   Supporting Cast
The 4D Jones   ...   Supporting Cast
Joe Miller   ...   Supporting Cast
Julie Shakespeare   ...   Supporting Cast
Geoffrey Banks   ...   Supporting Cast
Duggie Brown   ...   Supporting Cast
Stephen Crossland   ...   Supporting Cast
David Glover   ...   Supporting Cast
Martin Harley   ...   Supporting Cast
Joey Kaye   ...   Supporting Cast
Robert Naylor   ...   Supporting Cast
George Speed   ...   Supporting Cast
Zoe Sutherland   ...   Supporting Cast
Eric Bolderson   ...   Supporting Cast
Beryl Carroll   ...   Supporting Cast
Billy Dean   ...   Supporting Cast
John Grayson   ...   Supporting Cast
Trevor Hesketh   ...   Supporting Cast
Harry Markham   ...   Supporting Cast
Frank Norton   ...   Supporting Cast
Leslie Stringer   ...   Supporting Cast

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