A Shot at Glory

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  • R
  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 2000
  • Running time: 104 min
A Shot at Glory is a film by Michael Corrente produced in 1999 and released in 2002, starring Robert Duvall and the Scottish football player Ally McCoist. It had limited commercial and critical success. The film features the fictional Scottish football... read more

A Shot at Glory is a film by Michael Corrente produced in 1999 and released in 2002, starring Robert Duvall and the Scottish football player Ally McCoist. It had limited commercial and critical success. The film features the fictional Scottish football club Kilnockie FC, based on a North of Scotland Highland Football League club, as they attempt to reach their first ever Scottish Cup Final. The final game is against Rangers.

Original Release

05/03/2000

US Release

05/03/2000

Cast

Brian Cox Martin Smith
Michael Keaton Peter Cameron
Robert Duvall Gordon McLeod / Gordon McCloud
Cole Hauser Kelsey O'Brian
Ally McCoist Jackie McQuillan
Kirsty Mitchell Kate McQuillan
Morag Hood Irene McLeod
Scott Anderson Alan Barnes
Matthew Pidgeon David McCall
Libby Langdon Annie
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Michael Corrente

Writers

Denis O'Neill

Cast

Brian Cox Martin Smith
Michael Keaton Peter Cameron
Robert Duvall Gordon McLeod / Gordon McCloud
Cole Hauser Kelsey O'Brian
Ally McCoist Jackie McQuillan
Kirsty Mitchell Kate McQuillan
Morag Hood Irene McLeod
Scott Anderson Alan Barnes
Matthew Pidgeon David McCall
Libby Langdon Annie
Derek Lord Stephen O'Shea
Jim Sturgeon Jock
Ron Donachie Sportscaster
Andy Gray Commentator 1
Finlay MacDonald Eric the Bagpiper
Sheila Latimer Widow Wilson
Ida Schuster Wee Brenda
Alex Howden Horace
Bill Murdoch Desmond
John McVeigh Ian McVeigh

Producers

Steven Bowman Executive Producer
Billy Heinzerling Executive Producer
Roger Marino Executive Producer
Denis O'Neill Executive Producer
Robert Duvall Producer
Rob Carliner Producer
Michael Corrente Producer
Libby Langdon Producer
Marisa Polvino Producer

Editors

David Ray

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