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The Bevellers (1974)

11/21/1974 (GB) 1h 20m
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The Bevellers by Roddy McMillan was a BBC Scotland Television Drama play following an apprentice working in a glassmaking workshop in Glasgow and his relationship with the other workers. The actor Roddy McMillan wrote The Bevellers as a play for the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh in 1973. It was based on his experiences as an apprentice beveller in a glass mirror works.

  1. Moira Armstrong


  2. Roddy McMillan


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  1. Roddy McMillan

    Bob Darnley

  2. Paul Young

    Paul Young

    Joe Crosby

  3. John Grieve

    Peter Laidlaw

  4. Jackie Farrell

    Charlie Weir

  5. Andrew Byatt

    Norrie Beaton

  6. Bill Armour

    The Rouger

  7. John Young

    John Young

    Leslie Skinner

  8. Leonard Maguire

    Leonard Maguire

    Alex Freer

  9. Jan Wilson

    Nancy Blair

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