Michael Judge

1921- ; b. Dublin; radio and television plays, The Chair (1963), pub. by Robert Hogan in Four Irish Plays (1982); also Saturday Night Woman [sic] (Delaware 1978); And Then Came Jonathan (Dublin Th. Fest., 1980); also a late novel, Vintage Red (2004), concerning love affair of a widower in Dublin and Connemara; issued From the Left Hand (2005), a thriller about a killer who must kill those who know he is a killer. DIW DIL OCIL

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Plays, Death is for Heroes (Abbey 1966); Please Smash the Glass Gently (Eblana 1967); Saturday Night Women, feminist satire (Eblana 1971, pub. Delawaee 1978); There’s an Octopus in the Gentlemen (Peacock 1972); A Matter of Grave Importance (Project 1973); Someone to Talk To (Project 1973).

Fiction, Vintage Red (London: Robert Hale 2004), 222pp.; From the Left Hand (London: Robert Hale 2005), 224pp

Films (for RTÉ), The Decoy, Michael Judge/dir. Brian MacLochlainn (1973); Field at My Elbow, Michael Judge/Chloe Gibson (1965); Fiend at My Elbow, The, Michael Judge/Chloe Gibson (1965); Full Fathom Five, Michael Judge/Louis Lentin (1965); Judge/GP McCrudden [BBC/RTE] (1975); Full Fathom Five, Michael Judge/Louis Lentin (1965); Judge/GP McCrudden [BBC/RTE] (1975); I Have Seen the Mavis Singing, Michael Judge/Peter Kennerley (1968); Mother, The, Michael McLaverty/Tony Barry, adpt. Michael Judge (1968); No Trumpets Sounding, Michael Judge/Jim Fitzgerald (1966); Ó Duill, Michael Judge/Donall Farmer, 6 episodes (1967); Oh, Mistress Mine, Michael Judge/Deirdre Friel (1975); Partners in Practice, Carolyn Swift, James Douglas, Michael Judge/Laurence Bourne (1971); Ship at Night, A, Michael Judge/Chloe Gibson (1965); Whose Child?, Michael Judge/Deirdre Friel (1979); et al., Tolka Row. [See Helena Sheehan.]


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