Killinaskully

Season 1 Episode 1

The German Fillum

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Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Dec 30, 2003 on
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The German Fillum
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Two German film-makers, Dieter Langer and Hans, come to the remote Irish village of Killinaskully in order to shoot a documentary. Their progress is very much reduced due to the machinations of the unusual locals, including the man-hungry landlady, Goretti.

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    Pat Shortt

    Pat Shortt

    Dan Clancy, Willie Power, Pa Connors, Goretti, Mr.Cantwell

    Joe Rooney

    Joe Rooney

    Timmy Higgins

    Louis Lovett

    Louis Lovett

    Dieter Langer

    Páraic Breathnach

    Páraic Breathnach

    Jacksie

    Pascal Scott

    Pascal Scott

    Sergeant Dick O'Toole

    Jack Walsh (VII)

    Jack Walsh (VII)

    Jimmy Bourke

    Adrian O'Gara

    Adrian O'Gara

    Hans

    Guest Star

    Jackie Warner

    Jackie Warner

    Power Walker #2

    Recurring Role

    Annemarie Duke

    Annemarie Duke

    Power Walker #1

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

    • QUOTES (10)

      • (Dieter and Hans have been waiting for Willie Power in Jacksie's for hours)
        Willie: Be God, ye took yer time!

      • Dan: Poor ole Goretti, God love her, was never right after Mossie disappeared, you know.
        Hans: She seemed...good to me.
        Dan: (smirks) She's good alright!

      • Dieter: I'll just get my equipment.
        (He leaves)
        Goretti: Do, Peter...Get your equipment.
        (She laughs slightly)

      • Dieter: We will have two of your small Guinnesses.
        Jimmy: Fair play to you.
        Dan: That'll put hair on your chest!
        (Dan, Jimmy, Timmy and Jacksie burst out laughing)
        Dieter: Mit blackcurrant please.
        Jacksie: (ominously) We have no blackcurrant here!
        Dieter: Just two of your small Guinnesses please.
        Dan: Ah, give 'em pints, Jacksie. Guinness never tasted right comin' out of a girl's glass.
        (Dan, Jimmy, Timmy and Jacksie start laughing again. Dieter and Hans do not get the joke)
        Jimmy: Fair play to you.
        Dan: (to Dieter and Hans; still laughing) I was just sayin' there, Peter, Guinness never tasted right comin' out of a girl's glass.
        Dieter: Which girl?
        Dan: Sure, any girl. Aren't they all the same?

      • Goretti: I bet you've the best of equipment.
        Dieter: Yes. Should we get it out?
        Goretti: (laughing hysterically) Oh, stop it you! Hardly off the plane and he's at it already! I'll have to be keepin' my eye on you!

      • (Goretti is showing Dieter and Hans a photograph of her husband, a magician called Mossie the Magnificent, after he seemingly cut her in half)
        Goretti: That's him in the middle, me on either side.

      • (Dan and Sgt. Dick O'Toole are talking about a recent criminal investigation in Killinaskully)
        Dan: What was that crowd, Dick, they were about a week late?
        Sgt. Dick O'Toole: The rapid response unit.

      • (Dieter has been waiting for Willie Power in Jacksie's for hours)
        Dieter: (to Jacksie) When will Willie Power be here?
        Jacksie: (annoyed) Do I look like Willie Power's secretary?!
        Dieter: I don't know I've never seen Willie Power's secretary. I've never even seen Willie Power!

      • Goretti: Better late than pregnant, as the actress said to the bishop!

      • (Dieter wants to use the phone in the Garda station to call Willie Power)
        Sgt. Dick O'Toole: That phone is the property of the Minister for Justice!
        Dieter: Would he mind if I used it?
        Sgt. Dick O'Toole: It's for official Garda use only!
        Dieter: Well, if it's a question of money-
        Sgt. Dick O'Toole: Who said anything about money?! But since you brought it up, drow a fiver down there and we'll say no more about it.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (0)

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