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8 July 1994 (UK) See more »
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Very much in love, Neil's wedding plans are sabotaged, beginning when he is abandoned, naked, on a Scottish island... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Martin Clunes ... Neil Price

Michael Praed ... Gary
Michele Winstanley ... Tina
Kate Byers ... Jackie
Sarah Winman ... Hilary

David Kossoff ... Elderly Man
Helena McCarthy ... Elderly Woman

Sylvia Syms ... Margaret

Sion Tudor Owen ... Morris

Virginia McKenna ... Flora
Jake D'Arcy ... Pilot

John Forgeham ... Inspector Lubbock
Dan Travers ... Policeman

Steve Sweeney ... Nutter

Dermot Crowley ... Dr. Barnet

Anna Chancellor ... Carmen Svennipeg
Bill Gavin ... Old Man
Griff Rhys Jones ... Graham
Julia Deakin ... Brenda
Annette Ekblom ... Caroline
Desmond McNamara ... Traffic Policeman

George Rossi ... Waiter
Paul Brightwell ... Longcoat
Ian Michie ... Milkman

Michael Medwin ... Sarah's Father

Neil Morrissey ... Video Biographer

Richard Syms ... Vicar
Gary Murphy
Amanda Hodge ... Mrs. Elvis
Abigail Hodge ... Baby Elvis
Margery Withers ... Granny
Marvin Berglas
Marc Paul
Bruce Smith
Peter Pond-Jones
Matthew Tucker
Alexander Foustis
Howard Jacobs
Matt Steinmann
Andrew Preveszer ... Sunflower Man
Steve Ritchie ... Elvis
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tim Usher ... Groom's Friend (uncredited)

Directed by
Martin Clunes 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Paul Alexander 
Simon Braithwaite 

Produced by
Paul Alexander .... associate producer
Helen Booth .... line producer
Philippa Braithwaite .... producer
Simon Braithwaite .... associate producer
Clifford Davis .... executive producer
Chris Parkinson .... executive producer
Sandy Poustie .... assistant producer
 
Original Music by
Peter Brewis 
 
Cinematography by
Simon Kossoff 
 
Film Editing by
Peter Delfgou 
 
Casting by
Suzanne Crowley 
Gilly Poole 
 
Production Design by
Iain Andrews 
 
Art Direction by
Steve Ritchie 
 
Costume Design by
Ralph Wheeler-Holes  (as Ralph Holes)
 
Makeup Department
Diggle .... assistant makeup artist
Dave Elsey .... makeup effects
Alan Hedgcock .... makeup effects
Alan Hedgcock .... special makeup effects designer
Eammon Hughes .... assistant makeup artist
Brendan Lonergan .... makeup effects (as Brendan Lonegan)
David Masters .... assistant hair stylist
Sarah Pickering .... assistant makeup artist (as Sarah Berry)
Beverley Pond-Jones .... makeup artist
Jamie Pritchard .... hair stylist
Chris Wallace .... makeup effects
Ashley Ward .... assistant makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Geoff Dibben .... second assistant director
Paul Higgins .... third assistant director
Richard Lingard .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Louise Cornwell .... graphic designer
Jac Hyman .... assistant art director (as Jackie Hyman)
Lisa Silcock .... prop buyer
 
Sound Department
Tony Anscombe .... dubbing mixer
Mick Anthony .... live sound: Surfing Brides
John Falcini .... assistant dubbing mixer
Alan Line .... assistant dubbing mixer
Lee Mander .... boom operator
Geoff Neate .... sound recordist
 
Special Effects by
Cliff Wallace .... special makeup effects
 
Visual Effects by
Brendan Lonergan .... makeup effects (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Carlo Bianco .... stunt arranger
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Micky Arkwright .... best boy
Matthew Crowder .... sparks
Chris Delaney .... trainee loader
Steve Evans .... grip
Adam Gillham .... focus puller
Claire Godfrey .... still photographer
Tim Green .... grip
Nic Lawson .... clapper loader (as Nick Lawson)
Rupert Lloyd-Parry .... grip
Martha Mackintosh .... best girl
Peter Marsden .... sparks
Joe Shearer .... gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Emma Jane Davies .... bridal gowns
Cathy Meese .... assistant costume designer
Katherine Burchill .... costume assistant (uncredited)
 
Location Management
James Roberts .... second location manager
Matt Steinmann .... location manager
 
Music Department
Paul Hulme .... music mixer
Paul Hulme .... music recordist
Alan Lawrence .... music coordinator
 
Other crew
Clare Crocombe .... runner
Alfred Dunhill .... selected accessories
Denise Ann Feeney .... script supervisor
Matt Greene .... runner
Nicki Gunning .... production coordinator
Ben Homewood .... runner
Carol Hynes .... production secretary
John Kellet .... runner
Susie Lindeman .... special assistant: Mr. Clunes
Tom Lovegrove .... runner
John Good Show Patten .... explosives
Beverley Pond-Jones .... unit nurse
Andy Prevezer .... sex aide
N.C. Ritchie .... runner
N.C. Ritchie .... stand-in: Mr. Clunes
Phil Steinmann .... runner
Roger the Swede .... choreographer
Nigel Wood .... production accountant
 
Crew believed to be complete


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95 min
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Trivia:
Final film of David Kossoff.See more »
Quotes:
Graham:Women. Can't live with them, but it's anatomically impossible to get a blowjob by any other means.See more »
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References Sonic the Hedgehog (1991/I) (VG)See more »

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3 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Excellent Extension of Men Behaving Badly, 28 April 2006
Author: tgtround from England

This film is a very well made extension of the type of comedy seen in the TV series Men Behaving Badly, albeit with a much better romance.

Martin Clunes does a fine job directing and acting. Why he's never done more directing is a mystery. Anna Chancellor is also great. Sadly Michael Praed demonstrates the talents that have kept him off the TV for the best part of a decade - he's as stiff as a tailor's dummy.

The film is very funny with an adequate (though not brilliant) plot to hold together the increasingly bizarre episodes that happen to Neil as he finds his way back through the weirdness of modern Britain.

Recommended to anyone who likes adult comedy and who wants a different level of entertainment than American Pie and its like.

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