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Stephen Brennan Eamon Morrissey and Catherine Byrne in EAT THE PEACH

with Niall TDIbin Music Composed by DONAL LUNNY Screenplay PETER ORMROD ~JOHN KELLEHER - Executive Producer DAVID COLLINS - Produced by JOHN KELLEHER Directed by PETER ORMROD - A STP\() N (j BOW Production - DISTRIBUTED BY UNITED INTERNATIONAL PICTURES I? Wm" '9“


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