Irish townsfolk ridicule British soldiers, then village idiot Michael (Sir John Mills, in his Academy Award winning role), before Father Collins (Trevor Howard) intervenes, in David Lean's Ryan's Daughter, 1970.
An Irish lass is branded a traitor when she falls for a British soldier in David Lean's Ryan's Daughter (1970).
Seaside talking about marriage, Rosy Ryan (Sarah Miles) and Father Collins (Trevor Howard) encounter village mute Michael (John Mills), and gun-runners posing as tinkers, in David Lean's Ryan's Daughter, 1970.
In WWI Ireland, widower Charles (Robert Mitchum) returns from Dublin, at the pub with Father Collins (Trevor Howard), Ryan (Leo McKern), McArdle (Archie O'Sullivan) and Brit soldiers, in Ryan's Daughter, 1970.
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