var NREUMQ=NREUMQ||;NREUMQ.push(["mark","firstbyte",new Date().getTime()]); series, In Celebration is adapted from the play by David Storey. Lindsay Anderson, who directed the original stage version, reassembles his cast for this filmization. Alan Bates, James Bolam and Brian Cox play Andrew, Colin and Steven, the well-educated sons of roughhewn coal miner 'Mr. Shaw' (Bill Owen) and his wife (Constance Chapman). On the occasion of their parents' wedding anniversary, the three sons return to ">
|US Release Date||01/01/1975|
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|James Bolam||Actor||Colin Shaw||1||1000002|
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|Constance Chapman||Actor||Mrs Shaw||1||1000004|
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|Dennis Whitlock||Sound||sound rerecording||120816||14000002|
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|Stan Fiferman||Sound Editor||n/a||229||14000004|
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