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The Avengers -- A scientist who develops the means to control large-scale weather changes uses his discovery to wreak evil. Emma Peele and John Steed must stop the villian.
The Avengers -- Two British agents (John Steed and Emma Peel) team up to stop Sir August De Wynter from destroying the world with a weather changing machine.
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Sydney Newman (television series The Avengers)
Don MacPherson (written by)
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14 August 1998 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Ralph Fiennes ... John Steed

Uma Thurman ... Emma Peel

Sean Connery ... Sir August de Wynter

Patrick Macnee ... Invisible Jones (voice)

Jim Broadbent ... Mother

Fiona Shaw ... Father

Eddie Izzard ... Bailey

Eileen Atkins ... Alice

John Wood ... Trubshaw

Carmen Ejogo ... Brenda

Keeley Hawes ... Tamara
Shaun Ryder ... Donavan

Nicholas Woodeson ... Dr. Darling
Michael Godley ... Butler

Richard Lumsden ... Boodle's Porter
Daniel Crowder ... Messenger

Nadim Sawalha ... World Council of Ministers
Christopher Godwin ... World Council of Ministers
David Webber ... World Council of Ministers

Directed by
Jeremiah S. Chechik  (as Jeremiah Chechik)
Writing credits
Sydney Newman (television series The Avengers)

Don MacPherson (written by)

Produced by
Susan Ekins .... executive producer
Jerry Weintraub .... producer
Original Music by
Joel McNeely 
Cinematography by
Roger Pratt 
Film Editing by
Mick Audsley 
Casting by
Susie Figgis 
Production Design by
Stuart Craig 
Art Direction by
Andrew Ackland-Snow 
Mark Harris 
Michael Lamont 
Neil Lamont (supervising art director)
Set Decoration by
Stephenie McMillan 
Costume Design by
Anthony Powell 
Makeup Department
Kay Georgiou .... hair stylist
Peter King .... makeup artist: Ms. Thurman (hair stylist: Ms. Thurman)
Paolo Mantini .... key hair stylist
Daniel Parker .... key makeup artist
Jeremy Woodhead .... makeup artist
Production Management
Stephen Barker .... post-production supervisor
Michael Murray .... production manager: second unit
Gerry Toomey .... production manager
Suzie F. Wiesmann .... production manager: model unit (as Susie Ford)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vic Armstrong .... second unit director
Peter Bennett .... assistant second unit director (as Peter Bennett Sr.)
Max Brown .... third assistant director
Thomas Guard .... third assistant director
Harvey Harrison .... second unit director
Christopher Mullane .... third assistant director
Terry Needham .... first assistant director
Adam Somner .... second assistant director
Arthur Wooster .... second unit director
Chris Steenolsen .... assistant director (uncredited)
Phil Stoole .... assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
Phil Stoole .... third assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Brian Bishop .... scenic artist
Alastair Bullock .... art department assistant
Max Dennison .... model artist: model unit
Sylvain Despretz .... concept artist
Kavin Hall .... paint foreman
Lubo Hristov .... art director: Cinesite (as Lubo Hristow)
Gary Ixer .... stand-by propman
Carol Kupisz .... graphic designer
Simon Lamont .... art director: second unit
Nicola Levinsky .... art department assistant
Dominic Masters .... assistant art director
Miraphora Mina .... assistant set decorator
Jim Morahan .... assistant art director
Ken Pattenden .... construction foreman (as Kenny Pattenden)
Brian Read .... assistant set decorator
Michael Redding .... construction coordinator
Denis Rich .... storyboard artist
Lucinda Thomson .... assistant art director
Sara-Jane Valentine .... art department coordinator
Alexandra Walker .... art department assistant (as Alex Walker)
Barry Wilkinson .... property master
Jamie Wilkinson .... stand-by prop
Simon Wilkinson .... stand-by prop
Tony Wright .... storyboard artist
Michael Boone .... draughtsman (uncredited)
Sylvain Despretz .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Peter Dorme .... draughtsman (uncredited)
James Enright .... props (uncredited)
Peter Francis .... assistant art director (uncredited)
Alan Gilmore .... draughtsman (uncredited)
Stephen Morahan .... draughtsperson (uncredited)
Cyrille Nomberg .... draughtsman (uncredited)
Bill Stallion .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Daniel Thompson .... carpenter (uncredited)
Sound Department
Matthew Desorgher .... boom operator
Stephen Gilmour .... sound maintenance
Guy Hake .... assistant sound editor
Steve Hancock .... studio sound technician
Peter Joly .... supervising sound editor
Danny Longhurst .... dialogue editor
Mike Prestwood Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Adrian Rhodes .... sound effects editor
Adrian Rhodes .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Rose .... assistant sound editor
Ian Wilson .... foley editor
Clive Winter .... sound mixer
Stuart Wilson .... sound effects recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Jonathan Angell .... special effects
Mark Beverton .... modeller
John Brown .... special effects
Michael Dawson .... special effects (as Mike Dawson)
Kevin Draycott .... special effects
Rodney Fuller .... special effects
John Holmes .... special effects
Rob Malos .... special effects
Kevin Mathews .... special effects
Brian Morrison .... special effects
Roger Nichols .... special effects
Paul Whybrow .... special effects coordinator second unit
Joss Williams .... special effects supervisor
Ian Wingrove .... special effects coordinator second unit
Mark Woollard .... supervising modeller: props
Mitch Barnes .... model maker (uncredited)
Brian Best .... model maker (uncredited)
Duncan Capp .... special effects (uncredited)
Paul Clancy .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Garry Cooper .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Dave Crownshaw .... snow effects supervisor (uncredited)
Keith Dawson .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Paul Dunn .... special effects crew (uncredited)
Manex Efrem .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Doug McCarthy .... special effects technician: model unit (uncredited)
Peter Norcliffe .... model maker (uncredited)
Benjamin Palmer .... animatronic engineer (uncredited)
Mark Raymond .... snow effects technician (uncredited)
Matthew Roberts .... special effects crew (uncredited)
Paul Scotson .... model maker (uncredited)
Colin Shulver .... sculptor (uncredited)
Andy Simm .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Jody Taylor .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Neil Toddy Todd .... special effects technician (uncredited)
David Watkins .... model unit technician (uncredited)
Andy Williams .... supervisor: action unit (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Helen Ball .... 2D digital artist: digital unit
Steven Begg .... effects animation designer: digital unit (as Steve Begg)
Alex Bicknell .... digital effects producer: Cinesite
Ian Biggs .... special effects floor supervisor: model unit
Nigel Blake .... model supervisor: model unit
Gary Blowfield .... video operator: model unit
Angus Cameron .... digital supervisor: digital unit
David Carrigan .... assistant production supervisor: model unit
Chas Cash .... 3D animator: Cinesite (as Charles Cash)
Dave Child .... 3D animator: Cinesite Europe
Nik Cooper .... special effects technician: model unit
Gary Coulter .... model animator: model unit
Brenda Coxon .... production accountant: model unit
Tracy Curtis .... model supervisor: model unit
Nick Davis .... visual effects supervisor
Alexandra Day .... visual effects coordinator
Max Dennison .... model artist: model unit
Catherine Duncan .... production coordinator: Cinesite
Paul Elman .... assistant visual effects editor
Joe Felix .... camera grip: model unit
Mark Gardiner .... process plate cameraman
Caroline Garrett .... model animator: model unit
Chris George .... 3D computer animator: Cinesite
Chris Gibbons .... digital compositor: Cinesite
Dan Glass .... visual effects lead animator: CFC
José Granell .... production supervisor: model unit
John Grant .... film scanning and recording: model unit
Chris Greenwood .... plasterer department head: model unit
Charity Hobbs-Wood .... production assistant: model unit
David Houghton-Williams .... digital compositor: Cinesite (as David Williams)
Lubo Hristov .... art director: Cinesite Europe
Robin Huffer .... 2D digital artist: digital unit
Antony Hunt .... model and visual effects producer: model unit
Andrew Jeffery .... film controller: model unit
Matt Johnson .... digital compositor: Cinesite (as Matthew Johnson)
Ken Kittens .... special effects technician: model unit
Sharon Lark .... visual effects producer: CFC
Katherine Lofting .... model coordinator: model unit
Roger Lofting .... model and visual effects producer: model unit
David Man .... digital compositor: Cinesite
Chris Martin .... model supervisor: model unit
Tori Martin .... production assistant: model unit
Adam McInnes .... model animator: model unit
Jacqui Mitchell .... special effects technician: model unit
John Morgan .... camera operator: model unit
Karl Morgan .... focus puller: model unit
Alison O'Brien .... visual effects producer: CFC
Daniel Pettipher .... Domino artist: digital unit
Dave Poole .... special effects workshop supervisor: model unit
Sarah Robinson .... production coordinator: model unit
John Rogers .... gaffer: model unit
Sue Rowe .... digital composite supervisor: Cinesite
Robbie Scott .... model supervisor: model unit
Roy Scott .... model supervisor: model unit
Frank Sheeky .... best boy: model unit (as Frank Sheekey)
Andy Stevens .... clapper loader: model unit
Nigel Stone .... director of photograpy: model unit
Charles Tait .... digital compositor
Niki Wakefield .... digital composite supervisor: Cinesite
Suzie F. Wiesmann .... production manager: model unit (as Suzie Ford)
Russ Woolnough .... visual effects editor
Keith Barton .... technical support: Cinesite (uncredited)
Nick Bonathan .... modeler (uncredited)
Nathalie Buce .... 3D animator: Cinesite (uncredited)
Sonia Calvert .... digital compositor: Cinesite (uncredited)
Kevin Campbell .... software developer (uncredited)
Dayne Cowan .... digital effects artist (uncredited)
Adrian De Wet .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Paddy Eason .... digital effects designer (uncredited)
Pete Hanson .... studio manager: CFC (uncredited)
Dan Harrod .... data operations (uncredited)
Oliver James .... research and development (uncredited)
John Lockwood .... digital effects artist (uncredited)
Thomas Lopatka .... digital compositing support: title sequence (uncredited)
Jon Meakins .... model maker (uncredited)
Dennis Michelson .... visual effects: CFC (uncredited)
Elizabeth Moore .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Mark Nelmes .... digital effects designer (uncredited)
Clare Norman .... lineup & editorial: Cinesite (uncredited)
Kevin Phelan .... scanning and recording producer: CFC (uncredited)
Paula Pope .... digital trainee (uncredited)
Fedele Rinaldi .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Candice Scott .... lead digital compositor: title sequence (uncredited)
Simon Staines .... computer graphics designer (uncredited)
Bill Thomas .... model maker (uncredited)
Gavin Toomey .... digital effects designer (uncredited)
Courtney Vanderslice .... head of production: Cinesite (uncredited)
Tim Wellspring .... visual effects coordinator: CFC (uncredited)
Pete Williams .... scanning and recording manager (uncredited)
Shelly Benison .... stunts
Marc Boyle .... stunt coordinator
Marc Cass .... stunt double: Eddie Izzard
Gabe Cronnelly .... stunts
Ray De-Haan .... stunts
Jamie Edgell .... stunts
Candice Evans .... stunts
Dave Fisher .... stunts
Dorothy Ford .... stunts (as Dorothy Anne Ford)
Sarah Franzl .... stunt double: Uma Thurman
Sarah Franzl .... stunts
Paul Herbert .... stunts
William Hobbs .... swordfight arrangements
Sy Hollands .... stunt double: Uma Thurman
Sy Hollands .... stunts
Eunice Huthart .... stunt double: Uma Thurman
Eunice Huthart .... stunts
Paul Jennings .... stunts
Vincent Keane .... stunts
Paul Lonergan .... stunts
Tony Lucken .... stunts
Mark Mottram .... stunts
Ray Nicholas .... stunts
Adrian O'Neil .... stunts
Eddie Stacey .... stunt coordinator: second unit
Rachael Stephens .... stunts
Steen Young .... stunts
Dickey Beer .... stunts (uncredited)
Gabe Cronnelly .... stunt double: Sean Connery (uncredited)
Joss Gower .... stunt double (uncredited)
Lee Sheward .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Mik Allen .... second assistant camera
David Appleby .... dolly grip
David Appleby .... still photographer
Marc Atherfold .... clapper loader: second unit
David Budd .... camera operator: second unit
Ciro Candia .... second assistant camera
Mike Evans .... first assistant camera: second unit
John Fletcher .... first assistant camera: second unit
John Foster .... first assistant camera
Steve Foster .... gaffer: second unit
Harvey Harrison .... director of photography: second unit
David Hughes .... rigging gaffer
Simon Hume .... first assistant camera
Alan Martin .... chief lighting technician
Jason Martin .... assistant chief lighting technician
Philip Murray .... dolly grip
Simon Ransley .... camera operator
Peter Robertson .... camera operator
Peter Taylor .... camera operator: second unit
Chris Warren .... video playback operator
Darren Bailey .... remote camera technician (uncredited)
Adam Dale .... aerial camera operator (uncredited)
Adam Dale .... aerial director of photography (uncredited)
Laurence Edwards .... crane technician (uncredited)
Danny Espey .... practical electrician (uncredited)
Pat Garrett .... grip (uncredited)
Alan Grayley .... electrician (uncredited)
Eugene Grobler .... electrician (uncredited)
Martin Kenzie .... camera operator: car chase unit (uncredited)
Phil Murray .... grip (uncredited)
Spencer Murray .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Ron Nicholls .... grip (uncredited)
Howard Smith .... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
Jonathan Taylor .... director of photography: car chase unit (uncredited)
Marc Wolff .... camera pilot (uncredited)
Animation Department
Charles Cash .... 3-D computer animator: Cinesite
Dave Child .... 3-D computer animator: Cinesite
Casting Department
Kate Bryden .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ken Crouch .... wardrobe supervisor (as Kenny Crouch)
David Croucher .... wardrobe
Nathalie Duerinckx .... assistant costume designer
Mark Holmes .... wardrobe master
Jane Lewis .... wardrobe mistress
Janet Lucas-Wakely .... wardrobe
Dave Croucher .... costumes (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Mags Arnold .... digital assistant editor
David Burrows .... second assistant editor
Kate Higham .... first assistant editor
Peter Hunt .... color timer
Amy Quince .... third assistant editor
Sylvia Wheeler .... negative cutter
Bill Daly .... post-production executive (uncredited)
Fred Fouquet .... editor: main title sequence (uncredited)
Simon Kotowicz .... lightworks engineer (uncredited)
Asha Radwan .... assistant editor: on-location (uncredited)
Music Department
Jeff Atmajian .... orchestrator
Michael Connell .... supervising music editor
Marius De Vries .... music supervisor
Joel McNeely .... conductor
Joel McNeely .... orchestrator
Shawn Murphy .... score recordist
Craig Pettigrew .... music editor
David Slonaker .... orchestrator
Ron Aston .... musician: percussion programming (uncredited)
Steve Browell .... assistant music editor (uncredited)
Chris Elliott .... conductor (uncredited)
Chris Elliott .... music arranger (uncredited)
Bruce White .... viola (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Duncan Barbour .... action vehicle coordinator
Maurice Newsome .... transportation coordinator
Ken Price .... driver: SFX (uncredited)
Gerry Turner .... driver (uncredited)
Gerry Turner .... transportation (uncredited)
Other crew
Nicola Armstrong .... assistant: Mr. Connery
Rosie Bedford-Stradling .... first aid
Erica Bensly .... production coordinator
Terry Blyther .... location manager
Allan Bradshaw .... assistant: Mr. Chechik
Jennifer Collen-Smith .... unit publicist
Keith Hatcher .... location manager
Gary Jones .... financial controller
Sharon Mansfield .... script supervisor: second unit
Eth Ibrahim Maynard .... assistant: Mr. Weintraub
Caroline Moore .... production secretary
Debbie Moseley .... production office assistant
Gary Nixon .... production accountant
Matthew O'Toole .... assistant accountant
Kim Pinkstaff .... assistant: Mr. Weintraub
Katherine Teakle .... first aid (as Kate Teakle)
Emma Tillinger Koskoff .... assistant: Ms. Thurman (as Emma Tillinger)
Becky Veduccio .... assistant: Mr. Fiennes
Tania Vujic-Powell .... assistant: Mr. Chechik (as Tania Powell)
Nick Waldron .... assistant location manager
Sarah Waldron .... production office assistant
Ari Weintraub .... assistant: Mr. Weintraub
Jamie Weintraub .... assistant: Mr. Weintraub
Jody Weintraub .... assistant: Mr. Weintraub
Joseph Weintraub .... assistant: Mr. Weintraub
Julie Weintraub .... assistant: Mr. Weintraub (as Julee Weintraub)
Rachel Weintraub .... assistant: Mr. Weintraub
Sarah Weintraub .... assistant: Mr. Weintraub
Kirsten Welles .... assistant: Mr. Chechik
Julia Wilson Dickson .... dialogue coach (as Julia Wilson-Dixon)
Anna Worley .... script supervisor
Richard Bonehill .... assistant sword master (uncredited)
Kyle Cooper .... title designer: main title sequence (uncredited)
Robin Demetriou .... catering supervisor (uncredited)
Marquita Doassans .... press attache: France (uncredited)
Karin Fong .... title designer (uncredited)
Lori Freitag-Hild .... compositor: main title (uncredited)
Emma Mager .... production coordinator: second unit (uncredited)
Justin Owen .... computer and video systems (uncredited)
Rob Seager .... assistant accountant (uncredited)
Renzo Stacchi .... italian dubbing director (uncredited)
John J. Tomko .... production executive (uncredited)
Marcel Valcarce .... artist: main titles (uncredited)
Derek Warman .... fire officer (uncredited)
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Rated PG-13 for brief strong language
89 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Argentina:13 | Australia:PG | Canada:PG (Ontario) | Finland:K-12 | Finland:K-11 (new rating: 2001) | France:U | Germany:12 | Iceland:10 (original rating) | Iceland:12 (video rating) | Netherlands:12 | Philippines:G | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 | Spain:T | Sweden:11 | Switzerland:12 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:12 (canton of Vaud) | UK:12 | USA:PG-13 (certificate #36085)

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As well as Mrs Peel, scriptwriter Don MacPherson intentionally drew on elements of Cathy Gale, her predecessor on the original series, for his updating.See more »
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Emma Peel plays the piano, none of the dampers inside the piano moves up and down. Even though we discover it's a player piano, the dampers would still move every time a key is depressed. The only time the keys are in sync with the sound is in the final closeup as the Chopin piece ends.See more »
John Steed:So much for science, I'll stick to swordplay.See more »
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24 out of 27 people found the following review useful.
A wasted opportunity, 31 May 2006
Author: Martin Kelly from Glasgow, United Kingdom

Is The Avengers a good film? No. Is it the worst film ever made? No. I first saw the movie at the cinema upon its release and, at that time, I did think that it was one of the worst films I'd seen up to that point. I've watched it 2 or 3 times since then and my opinion of it has improved, well, very slightly at any rate. Apart from a pervading incoherence, I think the film's major problem is its slightness; it's only an hour and a half long and the plot is very simplistic to say the least. It's not hard to imagine audiences feeling a bit short-changed when it first came out, especially as the film was a big-budget, would-be summer blockbuster. Another big problem is the casting of Uma Thurman as Emma Peel. Thurman has shown herself to be a fine actress in movies such as Pulp Fiction but she just looks out of her depth here (I never believed in her as a top-level scientist for a second) and her English accent doesn't sound natural. Nicole Kidman, to whom the role was first offered, would surely have been better, in particular, she's displayed flawless English accents in films such as The Others and The Hours. An English actress I also think would have made a great Peel is Joely Richardson but the studio would probably have vetoed such a choice on the grounds of her not being a big enough name. Ralph Fiennes was a real enigma in this film - there was nothing wrong in principle in casting him as Steed but he looks ill at ease throughout the movie as if he'd rather be elsewhere. I can only assume he'd already twigged that the film was going to be a turkey. What's worse, Fiennes and Thurman have absolutely no chemistry between them, which wastes the snappy dialogue they have with each other throughout the film. The supporting cast fare a bit better with seasoned pros such as Sean Connery, Jim Broadbent and Fiona Shaw making the most of their underdeveloped parts. The retro-chic world of the original TV series is nicely recreated and there's no shortage of nice cars, costumes and locations but what's good about the film is easily drowned out by what's bad; The Avengers is ultimately a shallow, rushed and messy affair, severely hampered by the performances of its two leads. Handled properly, the film could have been a wonderful success for all concerned, the first chapter of an entertaining and lucrative franchise, stretching well beyond the 1990s; instead it's one of the most embarrassing flops of that decade. The original cut of the film was apparently two and a half hours long but, following negative reactions from audiences at test screenings, the studio hacked the film down to its present one and a half hour length. This doesn't actually come as much of a surprise as there is a lack of proper narrative flow to the film suggestive of chunks of explanatory scenes having been cut out. Just one example: towards the end of the film, just before they enter Sir August's underwater lair, Steed and Peel enter a phone box and Peel says "how now brown cow?" down the phone. The phrase seems to be a password to enter the premises but how does Peel know it? There's been talk here and there of the possibility of Warners releasing a director's cut or special edition DVD, restoring the original two and a half hour version. I think this would be a good idea and I'd definitely be interested in watching the full version of the film. It's highly unlikely to be any kind of masterpiece but it's difficult to imagine that it wouldn't improve upon the movie as it stands. At the very least you'd have to assume that it would be more coherent. Sadly I don't think the chances of Warners going down this line are high; I have the feeling that this is a movie the studio would rather forget about than draw attention to.

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