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Stone of Destiny (21-Jun-2008)

Director: Charles Martin Smith

Writer: Charles Martin Smith

Based on a book: The Taking of the Stone of Destiny by Ian Hamilton

Music Composed by: Mychael Danna

Producers: Andrew Boswell; Rob Merilees

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Ireland

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Billy Boyd
28-Aug-1968   Pippin in The Lord of the Rings
Robert Carlyle
14-Apr-1961   The Full Monty
Charlie Cox
21-Dec-1982   Stardust
Brenda Fricker
17-Feb-1945   My Left Foot
Kate Mara
27-Feb-1983   House of Cards
Peter Mullan
2-Nov-1959   My Name Is Joe


Charlie Cox   ...   Ian Hamilton
Kate Mara   ...   Kay Matheson
Stephen McCole   ...   Gavin Vernon
Ciaron Kelly   ...   Alan Stuart
Billy Boyd   ...   Bill Craig
Robert Carlyle   ...   John MacCormick
Peter Mullan   ...   Ian's Father
Brenda Fricker   ...   Mrs. McQuarry
Juliet Cadzow   ...   Ian's Mother
Alex Donald   ...   London Policeman
John Comerford   ...   Pub Landlord
Richard Addison   ...   Tour Guide
Danielle Stewart   ...   Brochure Girl
Suzanne Dance   ...   Church Woman
Pauline King   ...   Jen
Bryan Lowe   ...   Student in Pub
Margaret Newlands   ...   B & B Owner
Ron Donachie   ...   Night Watchman
Rab Affleck   ...   Gypsy
Stewart Porter   ...   Veteran in Pub
Bernard Horsfall   ...   Archdeacon
Stephen Clyde   ...   Abbey Constable
Johnny Meres   ...   Detective
Stewart Cairns   ...   Reporter
Ian Hamilton   ...   English Businessman


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