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O’Donnell’s plan could see Biggles fly again

Blake O’Donnell, the son of Gorse Hill ex-bankrupts Brian and Patricia O’Donnell, has set up a new London-based film production company and has his eyes on a revival of the story of the fictional British First World War pilot Biggles.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
6th January, 2019
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Blake O’Donnell, the London-based son of the Gorse Hill O’Donnells

Blake O’Donnell, the son of Gorse Hill ex-bankrupts Brian and Patricia O’Donnell, has set up a new London-based film production company and has his eyes on a revival of the story of the fictional British First World War pilot Biggles.

It’s not clear yet whether O’Donnell’s company will be producing a feature film or television series, but O’Donnell’s Blane Row Productions - where he is a shareholder, along with another Irishman...

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