Harry's Game

Harry's Game (1982)

  • Genre: Drama
  • First Air Date: 1982-10-25
  • Last Air Date: 1982-10-27
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 3
  • Status: Ended
  • Episode Runtime: 180 min.
  • Networks: ITV
  • Director: Lawrence Gordon Clark
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A British Cabinet Minister is gunned down outside his home in London by a member of the Provisional IRA. Security protocols are activated, but the assassin evades them and successfully escapes to Belfast. In the aftermath of the incident, rash decisions are made by politicians seeking revenge, and the Ministry of Defence responds by sending Captain Harry Brown (Ray Lonnen) - a special forces soldier who has done deep cover work in hostile territory - into the Falls Road area of Belfast, notorious for civil unrest and Republican activity. Harry's mission is to infiltrate the local nationalist population, uncover the identity of the assassin, and kill him in his own neighborhood - proving to the IRA that they are not safe, even in their "own back yard".

  • Keywords: based on novel or book, miniseries, ira (irish republican army)
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    Harry's Game Seasons

    Season 0

    First Air Date:
    1 Episodes

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 1982-10-25
    3 Episodes

    Harry's Game Episodes

    Title Air Date Duration
    Season 1Episode 1Episode 160 min
    Season 1Episode 2Episode 260 min
    Season 1Episode 3Episode 360 min
    • Ray Lonnen

      as Harry Brown
    • Derek Thompson

      as Billy Downes
    • Benjamin Whitrow

      as Davidson
    • Nicholas Day

      as Bannen
    • Gil Brailey

      as Josephine Laverty
    • Maggie Shevlin

      as Mrs Downes
    • Geoffrey Chater

      as Col. George Frost
    • Sean Caffrey

      as Insp. Howard Rennie
    • Charles Lawson

      as Seamus Duffryn
    • Tony Rohr

      as IRA Brigade Commander
    • Sam Dale

      as Billy's Driver
    • Elizabeth Begley

      as Mrs Duncan
    • Linda Robson

      as Theresa McCorrigan
    • Rita Howard

      as Mrs Duffryn
    • Denys Hawthorne

      as Minister of Defence
    • Ray Armstrong

      as Lt. Col.
    • Stephen Mallatratt

      as Adjutant
    • Christopher Whitehouse

      as Frankie
    • Rio Fanning

      as Scrapyard Owner
    • Ian Bleasdale

      as Waiter
    • Johnathan Young

      as Brigade Officer
    • Barry Andrews

      as Co. Commander
    • Geoffrey Russell

      as Home Sec.
    • Andrew Abrahams

      as Capt. Arthur Fairclough
    • Edmund Kente

      as Private Sec.
    • Robert Morris

      as The Right Hon. Henry Danby, MP
    • Brian Southwood

      as Intelligence Officer
    • Stephen Tomlin

      as Lieutenant
    • Brigid O'Hara

      as Mrs Danby
    • William Ilkley

      as Lance Cpl. Llewellyn
    • Gary Waldhorn

      as Commissioner of Police
    • Geoffrey Leesley

      as Asst. Commissioner
    • Carole Nimmons

      as Mrs Rennie
    • Noel Johnson

      as Gen. Sir Jocelyn Fairbairn
    • Robert Boyd

      as Adjutant
    • Malcolm Raeburn

      as Arms Instructor
    • James Greene

      as Senior Officer
    Directing Lawrence Gordon Clark Director
    Writing Gerald Seymour Writer
    Production David Cunliffe Producer