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Hugh Leonard's autobiographical play of growing up adopted in a small sea-coast town in Ireland. The film version is directed by character actor Matt Clark. Barnard Hughes is the lovable and crusty title character with whom son Martin Sheen has many mixed emotions. A ghost story; a comedy; a celebration of life.

Year: 1988
Genre: Comedy, True Stories, Film Festivals 1990, Alice's Playhouse
Country: USA
Director: Matt Clark
Starring: Karl Hayden, Barnard Hughes, Martin Sheen, Doreen Hepburn, William Hickey
Duration: 105 Minutes
Rating: R13 - Adult themes.
6.4/10
Location in store: Alice's Playhouse

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