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The Field (13-Sep-1990)

Director: Jim Sheridan

Writer: Jim Sheridan

From a play: The Field by John B. Keane

Music: Elmer Bernstein

Producer: Noel Pearson

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sean Bean
17-Apr-1959   Boromir in Lord of the Rings
Tom Berenger
31-May-1949   Platoon
Brenda Fricker
17-Feb-1945   My Left Foot
Brendan Gleeson
29-Mar-1955   Mad-Eye Moody
Richard Harris
1-Oct-1930 25-Oct-2002 English Bob in Unforgiven
John Hurt
22-Jan-1940   Alien
Malachy McCourt
20-Sep-1931   Father Meehan on Oz


Richard Harris   ...   Bull McCabe
John Hurt   ...   Bird O'Donnell
Sean Bean   ...   Tadgh McCabe
Brenda Fricker   ...   Maggie McCabe
Frances Tomelty   ...   Widow
John Cowley   ...   Flanagan
Sean McGinley   ...   Fr. Doran
Jenny Conroy   ...   Tinker Girl
Tom Berenger   ...   The American
Ruth McCabe   ...   Tinker Woman
Jer O'Leary   ...   Tinker Girl's Father
Noel O'Donovan   ...   Tomás
Ronan Wilmot   ...   Tinker
Joan Sheehy   ...   2nd Tinker Woman
Malachy McCourt   ...   Sergeant
Frank McDonald   ...   Quarryman
Brendan Gleeson   ...   Quarryman
Eamon Keane   ...   Dan Paddy Andy
Sara Jane Scaife   ...   McRoarty Girl
David Wilmot   ...   Boy at Dance
Rachel Dowling   ...   Girl at Dance
Sarah Cronin   ...   Girl at Dance
Peadar Lamb   ...   Paddy Joe O'Reilly
Aine Ní Mhuire   ...   Priest's Housekeeper
Mairtín Jaimsie   ...   Villager
Tom Jordan   ...   Villager
Johnny Choil Mhike   ...   Villager
Bina McLoughlin   ...   Villager


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