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The Treaty (film)

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The Treaty
Directed byJonathan Lewis
Written byBrian Phelan
Produced byKieran Corrigan
StarringBrendan Gleeson
Ian Bannen
Julian Fellowes
Barry McGovern
CinematographyBreffni Byrne
Edited byChris Rodmell
Release date
  • 5 December 1991 (1991-12-05)
Running time
107 minutes

The Treaty is a 1991 Irish historical television film written by Brian Phealan and directed by Jonathan Lewis.

The film is about the Anglo-Irish Treaty that Michael Collins bargained for with the British government in 1921. Low budget and originally made for television, this is a RTÉ - Thames Television co-production.

Brendan Gleeson plays Michael Collins, Barry McGovern plays Éamon de Valera, Bosco Hogan plays Erskine Childers, John Warner plays George V, Julian Fellowes plays Winston Churchill, and Ian Bannen plays David Lloyd George.

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