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ScreenPlay: Brick is Beautiful

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by Andy Armitage
'Bricks have a future, Mr Clark - you can count on that. They're out there waiting to be taken!'
'There is one small problem.'
'What's that?'
'Well - they're still attached to buildings, most of them, aren't they?'
Steve thinks there is a fortune in reclaimed bricks. But how will his ambition affect his girlfriend, Maureen, and his mates, Brad, Dez and Snapper?
Feature: page 16

Contributors

Writer: Andy Armitage
Music: Bill Connor
Film editor: Dave King
Photography: John Hooper
Producer: Brenda Reid
Director: David Wheatley
Steve: Christopher Wild
Maureen: Caroline Milmoe
Brad: Ian Mercer
Dez: Paul Oldham
Snapper: Terry Sue Patt
Mr Bennett: Tommy Boyle
Mr Bainbridge: Bert Gaunt
Tin Man: Stephen Boyes
Maureen's mum: Lottie Ward
Steve's mum: Ruth Holden
Teresa: Wendy Votel
Elaine: Gilly Coman
Mrs Bennett: Roberta Kerr
Mr Clark: Louis Raynes
Mr Shepherd: Anthony Benson
Doug: Drew Dawson
Alec: Doc O'Brien
Student: Mike Donelan
Mrs Huxley: Joan Campion
House owner: Margo Stanley
Estate agent: Ian Bleasdale
Police officer: John Ryan

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ScreenPlay: Brick is Beautiful

BBC Two England, 23 July 1986 21.25






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