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Your Cheatin' Heart


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A modern drama by the author of Tutti Frutti, John Byrne.
Starring John Gordon-Sinclair Tilda Swinton
1: Throwing Up in the Gorbals Glasgow country music star
Dorwood Crouch is in prison, and his wife Cissie needs help to prove his innocence and escape the clutches of drug-dealing Elvis fan Fraser Boyle.
Producer Peter Broughan Director Michael Whyte
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Writer: John Byrne
Producer: Peter Broughan
Director: Michael Whyte
Frank McClusky: John Gordon-Sinclair
Cissie Crouch: Tilda Swinton
Fraser Boyle: Ken Stott
Dorwood Crouch: Kevin McMonagle
Billie McPhail: Katy Murphy
Jolene Jowett: Eddi Reader
David Cole: Guy Gregory
Shirley: Barbara Rafferty
Tracey: Jenny McCrindle

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The Monday Post: Scottish Programmes 23 January 2017

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Feedback about Your Cheatin' Heart, BBC One London, 22.00, 11 October 1990
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