FILM : Johnny Nobody
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Johnny Nobody 1961 Nigel Patrick, Yvonne Mitchell, William Bendix, Aldo Ray, Cyril Cusack, Bernie Winters, Niall MacGinnis County Dublin, County Kildare, County Wicklow (Ireland)
Director : Nigel Patrick   Production Company : Viceroy Films Ltd.  Region : IRELAND

An atheist upsets the inhabitants of the village in which he has retired and dares God to strike him dead . . . .

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Johnny Nobody - A Vendor (Danny Cummins) shouts the newspaper headlines that report the trial of Johnny Nobody.
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johno021. A Vendor (Danny Cummins) shouts the newspaper headlines that report the trial of Johnny Nobody.

Johnny Nobody - During a recess, Photographer (Bernie Winters) is told off by news reporter Mary Floyd (Yvonne Mitchell) as she catches up with Father Carey. O'Donovan Rossa Bridge in Dublin.
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johno022. During a recess, Photographer (Bernie Winters) is told off by news reporter Mary Floyd (Yvonne Mitchell) as she catches up with Father Carey. O'Donovan Rossa Bridge in Dublin.

Johnny Nobody - Mary asks questions about Dublin. O'Donovan Rossa Bridge spanning the Liffey with the Four Courts in the background.
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johno023. Mary asks questions about Dublin. O'Donovan Rossa Bridge spanning the Liffey with the Four Courts in the background.

Johnny Nobody - Next, indicating the Cathedral, Mary asks about the church across the river. The bridge links Chancery Place with Winetavern Street.
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johno024. Next, indicating the Cathedral, Mary asks about the church across the river. The bridge links Chancery Place with Winetavern Street.

Johnny Nobody - Christ Church Cathedral on Christchurch Place, Dublin 8.
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johno025. Christ Church Cathedral on Christchurch Place, Dublin 8.

Johnny Nobody - Father Edward Carey tells an anecdote about the bodies in the crypt of St.Michan's church. In the left background stands Father Mathew Bridge while to the right is Inns Quay.
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johno026. Father Edward Carey tells an anecdote about the bodies in the crypt of St.Michan's church. In the left background stands Father Mathew Bridge while to the right is Inns Quay.

Johnny Nobody - The Priest reads a newspaper report on the proceedings after Mary says goodbye. In the left distance can be seen the tower of St. Paul's Church on Arran Quay, Dublin 7.
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johno027. The Priest reads a newspaper report on the proceedings after Mary says goodbye. In the left distance can be seen the tower of St. Paul's Church on Arran Quay, Dublin 7.

Johnny Nobody - Father Carey next visits a fellow man of the cloth. The National University of Ireland in Maynooth, County Kildare.
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johno028. Father Carey next visits a fellow man of the cloth. The National University of Ireland in Maynooth, County Kildare.

Johnny Nobody - Brother Timothy (Noel Purcell) warmly greets his old friend.
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johno029. Brother Timothy (Noel Purcell) warmly greets his old friend.

Johnny Nobody - After seeking advice from the Abbot, Father Carey returns home. The Square, Enniskerry in County Wicklow.
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johno030. After seeking advice from the Abbot, Father Carey returns home. The Square, Enniskerry in County Wicklow.

johno030n. Mark's johno009n covers this capture as well. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 16-06-2017)

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