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One Summer is a British television drama serial written by Willy Russell and directed by Gordon Flemyng. It stars David Morrissey and Spencer Leigh as two year-old Liverpool boys from broken homes who escape from their grim lives by running away to Wales one summer. It also starred James Hazeldine and Ian . Screenwriter Willy Russell had a major disagreement with the producers, mainly because he objected to the casting of David Morrissey and Spencer Leigh whom he thought looked too mature for the roles of 16 year olds Billy and Icky, and so he insisted that his name be removed from the credits. However, when the series . One Summer The reviews at the time mostly concentrated on the differences between the author and Yorkshire Television. The Daily Telegraph. With One Summer (Channel 4), a five-part Yorkshire Television drama series, we were back in Liverpool with two school-leavers who had already left. Billy and his weaker.
One Summer The Film. A five part television serial written in , produced by Yorkshire TV for Channel 4 and transmitted in August This proves a highly controversial production and leads to Willy Russell having his name removed from the credits. Produced by Keith Richardson of Yorkshire TV for Channel 4 and. Web site dedicated to the 5 part Yorkshire Television TV series One Summer from , starring David Morrissey, Spencer Leigh and James Hazeldine, written by Willy Russell. Product Description. Complete edition of the British television miniseries, a coming-of-age drama written by playwright Willy Russell and starring David Morrissey, in what was his first screen appearance. Billy (Morrissey) and Icky ( Spencer Leigh) are two Liverpool teenagers. Sick of the unemployment, poverty and gang.
Apr 17, Willy Russell might have disowned the TV series in an artistic huff, but for me One Summer was a poignant and life-affirming slice of drama. Channel 4, tx. 7/8 - 4/9/, 5 x 60 min episodes, colour. Director, Gordon Flemyng. Production Company, Yorkshire Television. Producer, Keith Richardson. Script (uncredited), Willy Russell. Designer, Peter Kindred. Music, Alan Parker.