Scully Trailer

Scully Trailer (1984)

14 May 1984 200 mins

Scully dreams of becoming a world-class striker for Liverpool FC, like his hero Kenny Dalglish, but is always bought crashing down to earth by the reality of his situation. A dysfunctional family, a train-spotting brother called Henry and an attention-seeking best mate, Mooey all conspire to stop Scully from realising his dream.

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Cast

Andrew Schofield

as Franny Scully

Ray Kingsley

as 'Mooey' Morgan

Mark McGann

as Mad Dog

Cathy Tyson

as Joanna

Richard Burke

as Snotty Dog

Jean Boht

as Gran

Kenny Dalglish

as Himself

Valerie Lilley

as Mrs. Scully

David Ross

as Steve

Gary Bleasdale

as Bignall

Tom Georgeson

as Isaiah

Tony Haygarth

as Dracula

Elvis Costello

as Henry Scully

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 14 May 1984

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13 July 1984

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26 October 1984

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11 March 1984

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The Dark Side of Love Trailer (1984)

01 December 1984

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Conan the Destroyer Trailer (1984)

29 June 1984

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