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Blue Money (BLU-RAY)

Hero of Cult Tim Curry stars as a loveable aspiring actor/singer who finds himself tangling with gangsters in this witty and hugely entertaining television film from award-winning playwright Stewart Parker. Featuring a memorably charismatic turn from Billy Connolly as a demented Scotsman, Blue Money also stars Frances Tomelty, Dermot Crowley and Widows star Debby Bishop. It is featured here in a brand-new High Definition restoration from the original film elements, in its as-transmitted aspect ratio.

Vocal impressionist Larry Gormley (Curry) barely makes ends meet as a mini-cab driver while waiting for his big break. When a dubious regular fare leaves a briefcase full of hot money in the back of his cab, Larry soon finds himself on the run from the Mob, the police, and Des – a psychopathic Glaswegian hitch-hiker!

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