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|Caption||Eamon Morrissey and Máire O'Neill in 'Sean' (1980)|
Eamon Morrissey as Fluther Good and Máire O'Neill as Rosie Redmond, characters from Sean O'Casey's play 'The Plough and the Stars', during the filming of a scene from the RTÉ Television drama series 'Sean' in Studio 1 in July 1980. Both Morrissey and O'Neill were members of the Abbey Theatre Company. This scene appeared in the final episode of 'Sean', entitled 'Inishfallen, Fare Thee Well', which was broadcast on 1 March 1981.
'Sean' was a 13-part drama series based on the autobiographies of Irish writer Sean O'Casey. It was devised by Michael Voysey and written by Voysey, Neil Hartnett and Eugene McCabe. The first programme was broadcast on 7 December 1980 as part of 'The Sunday Series'. The RTÉ Guide of 5 December 1980 featured a two-page article on 'Sean'.
|Collection||RTÉ Stills Department|
|Date of photograph||
01/Jul/1980 - 31/Jul/1980
(01/Jul/1980 - 31/Jul/1980)