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Stephen D

Synopsis

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Adapted by Hugh Leonard
from James Joyce's "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" and "Stephen Hero".
A Stage 2 presentation

A sensitive and compelling impression of Joyce's childhood, loss of the Faith and eventual severance from his family.
with
Donal McCann as Stephen Dedalus

(First shown on BBC1)
(Colour)

Contributors

Adapter: Hugh Leonard
Author (A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Stephen Hero): James Joyce
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Donald McWhinnie
Stephen Dedalus: Donal McCann
Mrs Dedalus: Pamela Duncan
Mr Dedalus: Martin Dempsey
Dante: Pauline Delany
Stephen, as boy: James Aspinall
Fleming: Adrian Hall
Wells: Anthony O'Keefe
Athy: Kevin Hourigan
Thunder: Chris Kelly
Fr Arnall: Eddie Byrne
Fr Dolan/Confessor: Desmond Perry
Mr Casey/Director of College: David Kelly
Uncle Charles/President of University: Dominic Roche
Johnny Cashman: Derry Power
Maurice: Ron Flanagan
Isobel: Eileen Murphy
Cranly: Tony Doyle
McCann: Tony Hayes
Dixon: Brendan Price
Temple: Sean Barrett
Davin: Aidan Murphy
Flower seller: Brenda Gogan
Emma: Brenda Fricker
Woman: Maggie Fitzgerald
Singer: Marti Webb






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