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Echoes of War: Rifleman

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by MAURICE LEITCH with Private . Semple returns to his Antrim home after the Battle of the Somme, the village's sole survivor from all the brave boys of Ulster ' who volunteered. But the battle scars go far deeper than anyone suspects.
Says as much abdat the suffering of World War I in half-an-hour as many feature length films. (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH) Bryan Murray ... a sensitive, finely judged performance.
(THE DAILY TELEGRAPH)
Producer TERRY COLES.
Director DAVID GILLARD
Winner. of The Pye Television Award for New Television Writers
(The Imitation Game tomorrow at 9.0 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Leitch
Unknown: Bryan Murray
Producer: Terry Coles.
Director: David Gillard
Private Semple: Bryan Murray
Major Kincaid: Peter Jeffrey
Harry Kincaid: Simon Cadell
Old Semple.: .Will Leighton
Mrs Semple: Joan Ogden
Drill Sergeant: Derek Martin
Minister: Allan McClelland
Chauffeur: Clinton Morris

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Echoes of War: Rifleman

BBC Two England, 7 September 1981 22.30






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