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"Agnes Browne" is a 1999 American/Irish romantic comedy-drama film directed and produced by, and starring Anjelica Huston, based on the book The Mammy by Brendan O'Carroll.
- countries: Republic of Ireland, United States of America
- languages: English Language, French
- producer: Jim Sheridan
- cinematography by Anthony B. Richmond
- music by Paddy Moloney
- genres: Film adaptation, Historical period drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance Film, Drama
- rating: R (USA)
- released in (16 years ago)
Agnes Browne is a fictional film character.
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The Discerning Film Lover's Guide by David Bleiler
In spite of its flaws, Agnes Browne is an amiableslice of Irish life. **1⁄2 VHS:$14.99; DVD: $19.99 ...
The Scrapper (2012)
by Brendan O'Carroll
Image of boy courtesy of Corbis Typesetting, editing, design, layout: The O'Brien Press Ltd THE MAMMY Agnes Browne is a strong woman ...
by David Thomson
Agnes Browne (99, Anjelica Huston); Darkness Falls (99, Gerry Lively); Fanny and Elvis (99, Kay Mellor); There's Only ...
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