Green Street, or Green Street Hooligans, is a 2005 British-American independent drama film about football hooliganism in the United Kingdom. James Allison and Oliver Allison as Benjamin “Ben” Dunham: son of Shannon and Steve, and Matt’s nephew.
Music by: Christopher Franke
Apr 20, 2013 · Best Answer: I don’t think so, no. They would of shown you it if he did Pete Green Street Pete Dunham Yes, they kicked his a## until he dies. It was quite obvious after all that happened before, so he dies but at least his friend (Elijah ‘Frodo’ Woods) lives to tell the tale and saves his brother’s family. Hope it helps! 😉
Green Street Hooligans (2005) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
Steve Dunham PORTRAYED BY. Marc Warren FULLNAME. Steve Dunham ALIAS. Steve The Major Stevie ORIGIN. Green Street. OCCUPATION. An ex-football hooligan and the de-facto of the Green Street Elite who is the husband of Shannon Dunham and older brother of Pete Dunham…
Green Street Hooligans (2005) Towards the end of the film, we find out that Pete Dunham’s (Charlie Hunnam) older brother Steve (Marc Warren) used to be the “Major” in the Green Street Elite.
Green Street Hooligans Photos. View All Photos (20) Steve Dunham: There’s more to life than all this. Green Book. A Dog’s Way Home. Serenity. Escape Room.
Jan 28, 2019 · 20 questions and answers about ‘Green Street’ in our ‘Movies D-G’ category. Did you know these fun facts and interesting bits of information? Green Street Trivia Questions & Answers : Movies D-G Steve Dunham is Pete’s brother. He is the founder of the GSE. Near the end of the film he nearly dies, but right at the very end it
Tommy Hatcher is a ruthless and psychopathic hardman who was completely prove to violence and revenge against the Green Street Elite; all was proven in the scenes whereupon he slammed an innocent man against a table in a cafe due to his wife’s disturbance, vengefully stabbed Steve Dunham in the neck during a riot in his pub before telling him
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Green Street 2: Stand Your Ground was released in four years later in 2009, but it was directed by Jesse V. Johnson rather than Alexander and does not feature many of the original cast.
Biography Background. A decade prior to Green Street, Tommy Hatcher was the leader of the Millwall hoodlum faction called NGO and, at one point, had taken his son to a Football match between Millwall and West Ham that ended in a 3-0 victory for Millwall. Thereupon, the NGO began taunting the GSE, West Ham’s firm, non-stop and their leader, Steve Dunham, ultimately retaliated by luring his firm