Who Bombed Birmingham? Trailer

Who Bombed Birmingham? Trailer (1990)

22 April 1990 105 mins

Docudrama film exploring the efforts of World in Action researchers Ian MacBride and Chris Mullin in proving that the "Birmingham Six" only admitted to the bombing under extreme duress, and that the five IRA members were in fact responsible for the deadly attacks

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Cast

John Hurt

as Chris Mullin

Martin Shaw

as Ian McBride

Roger Allam

as Charles Tremayne

Robert Lang

as Detective Superintendant Ibison

Patrick Malahide

as Mike Mansfield

Bob Peck

as Chief Supt. Tom Meffen

Leslie Phillips

as Lord Chief Justice Lane

Terence Rigby

as Det. Supt. George Reade

David Ryall

as Dr. Frank Skuse

John Woodvine

as Tom Clarke

David Bamber

as David Mellor MP, Home Office

Ciarán Hinds

as Richard McIlkenny

Brid Brennan

as Sister of IRA man

John Lynch

as IRA man in cottage

Crew

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 22 April 1990

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