Graham McGrath

Graham McGrath

Born: July 29, 1971

Movies for Graham McGrath...

Title: Crossroads
Released: January 13, 2003
Type: TV
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Title: Chandler & Co.
Released: July 12, 1994
Type: TV
Chandler and Co was a UK television programme, aired with two seasons from 1994 to 1995, about two female private detectives. It starred Catherine Russell as Elly Chandler. Her partner was played by Barbara Flynn in the first series by Susan Fleetwood in the second. Chandler & Co was written by Paula Milne and was produced by Ann Skinner for the BBC.
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Title: Cadfael
Released: May 29, 1994
Type: TV
Cadfael is the name given to the TV series of The Cadfael Chronicles adaptations produced by British television company ITV Central between 1994 and 1998. The series was broadcast on the ITV network in the UK, and starred Sir Derek Jacobi as the medieval detective.
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Title: No Strings
Released: April 12, 1989
Type: TV
Sam Jessop (Edward Petherbridge) arrives home from work to discover that his wife has left him and run away with another man. Out of curiosity, he contacts Rosie Tindall (Jean Marsh), the wife of the 'other man'. They discover that they have a lot in common, and a relationship gradually develops between them. Rosie has a daughter, Sally (Amanda Waring). Sam has two sons, Joe (John McAndrew) and Nick (Graham McGrath). He also has Grandad (Robert Fyfe) living with him. English
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The Children Of Dynmouth
Title: The Children Of Dynmouth
Character: Stephen
Released: April 24, 1987
Type: Movie
The plot follows Timothy Gedge, a socially inept yet intrusive teenage boy as he wanders around the dull seaside town of Dynmouth, spying on the town's residents. At first this behaviour is seen as merely annoying, even comical, until people begin to realise that his purpose may not be as innocent as initially thought.
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Title: Paradise Postponed
Released: September 15, 1986
Type: TV
This British series, based on books by John Mortimer, follows the rise of Leslie Titmuss from humble beginnings in the 1950s to Tory cabinet minister in the 1980s. The rise of the slippery Titmuss is contrasted with the more modest progress of his neighbours, the intellectual Simcoxes and the aristocratic Fanners. Made by Eustom Films, a subsidiary of Thames Television for the ITV Network.
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Title: Peter the Great
Character: 10 Year Old Peter
Released: February 2, 1986
Type: TV
Peter the Great is a 1986 NBC television mini-series starring Maximilian Schell as Russian emperor Peter the Great, and based on the biography by Robert K. Massie. It won three Primetime Emmy Awards, including the award for Outstanding Miniseries.
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Title: Screen Two
Character: Paul Blake
Released: January 6, 1985
Type: TV
Series of single made-for-television dramas.
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Frankenstein
Title: Frankenstein
Character: William Frankenstein
Released: December 27, 1984
Type: Movie
A scientist who is obsessed with creating life finally does it, with tragic results.
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Last Day of Summer
Title: Last Day of Summer
Character: Tom
Released: June 7, 1984
Type: Movie
A young woman moves into a hippy commune and spends an idyllic summer with the young brother of one of the residents.
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Krull
Title: Krull
Character: Titch
Released: July 29, 1983
Type: Movie
A prince and a fellowship of companions set out to rescue his bride from a fortress of alien invaders who have arrived on their home planet.
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Title: The Cabbage Patch
Released: July 29, 1983
Type: TV
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Inside the Third Reich
Title: Inside the Third Reich
Character: . Boy Speer
Released: May 9, 1982
Type: Movie
A dramatization of the life of Albert Speer, Hitler's young architect and onetime confidant, and his meteoric rise into the Nazi hierarchy. Based upon Speer's own monograph of the same title.