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The Comic Strip Presents....

Synopsis

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The Crying Game
Football superhero Roy Brush finds himself too busy endorsing products to play football. Not only that but the prying tabloids are keen to find out his secret.
Writers/Directors Keith Allen and Peter Richardson

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Brush
Directors: Keith Allen
Directors: Peter Richardson
Roy Brush: Keith Allen
Kevin: Peter Richardson
Scum editor: Antony Sher
Leslie: Chris Hargreaves
Club chairman: Nigel Planer
Waiter: Nigel Planer
Club manager: Paul Moriaty
Mick: Simon McBurney
Janet: Sarah Stockbridge
Terry: Robbie Richardson
Jimmy Twizzle: Phil Cornwell
Wiggy: Phil Cornwell
Roy's mother: Sandra Voe
Leslie's mother: Martha Ross

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The Comic Strip Presents....

BBC Two England, 5 May 1992 22.00






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