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Catherine Cookson's The Fifteen Streets

Catherine Cookson's The Fifteen Streets ★★½ The Fifteen Streets 1990

Kind-hearted dock worker John O'Brien (Teale) is the quiet one in a boozing, brawling Irish family living in near poverty in late-Victorian England. He meets well-bred schoolteacher Mary Llewellyn (Holman) and the two fall in love but bigotry, scandal, and tragedy challenge their chances at happiness. Based on a novel by Catherine Cookson. 108m/C VHS, DVD . GB Owen Teale, Clare Holman, Sean Bean, Billie Whitelaw, Ian Bannen, Jane Horrocks, Anny Tobin, Leslie Schofield; D: David Wheatley; W: Rob Bettinson; C: Ken Morgan; M: Colin Towns. TV

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