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9 April 2000 (USA) See more »
The classic tale of a man's dream, his epic journey, and one true love.
Adapted from the work of Miguel de Cervantes, this is the story of a hidalgo, fanatic for chivalry novels... See more » | Add synopsis »
Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 nomination See more »
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  (in credits order)

John Lithgow ... Don Quixote de La Mancha / Alonso Quixano

Bob Hoskins ... Sancho Panza

Isabella Rossellini ... The Duchess

Vanessa Williams ... Dulcinea / Aldonza

Lambert Wilson ... Duke

Amelia Warner ... Antonia

Tony Haygarth ... Barber
Peter Eyre ... Priest
Lilo Baur ... Teresa Panza (Sancho's wife)

James Purefoy ... Sansón Carrasco

Trevor Peacock ... Innkeeper

Linda Bassett ... Housekeeper

Barry Stanton ... Chaplain - at the Duke's Feast
Alun Raglan ... Rodriguez

Michael Feast ... Doctor

Graham Crowden ... Montesino
Amparo Valle ... Mother Panza (Older)
Alicia Borrachero ... Mother Panza (Younger)

Ruth Sheen ... 1st Wench / Young Lady
Rosemary Smith ... 2nd Wench / Young Lady

Sean Gilder ... Captain
Amador Pita Gonzales ... Prisoner 1
Ben Thomas ... Prisoner 2
John East ... Prisoner 3
Larry Sheridan ... Prisoner 4

Francis Magee ... Ginesillo de Parapilla
Teté Delgado ... Hostess 2nd Inn (as Tete Delgado)
Eileen Bell ... 1st Country Girl
Ruth Silvestre ... 2nd Country Girl

Manolo Caro ... Shepherd

Jessica Oyelowo ... 1st Handmaiden
Natasha Estelle Williams ... 2nd Handmaiden
Hannah Mosle-Hughes ... Sanchina
Mike Kemp ... Mayor
Rory Edwards ... Duke's Man

Jorge Casalduero ... 1st Officer
Leandro Gimenez ... 2nd Officer
Christopher Neal ... Boy Alonso
Stephen Giffin ... Herald (as Stephen Giffen)
Paco Nones ... Duke's Man 2
Lucina Gil ... Lady in White

Michael Culkin ... 1st Monk

Timothy Bateson ... 2nd Monk
Balbino Lacosta ... Dentist
Victoria Navarrete Mandly ... Damsel

Antonio Gil ... Magician (as Antonio Gil Martinez)
Lloyd Williams ... Giant
Guy E. Williams ... Giant
Big Greg Essex ... Giant
Phil Downes ... Giant
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Nicole Moerland ... Princess Pantabalon
Rosanna Walls ... Waitress
Amara Carmona ... (uncredited)
Daniel Fearn ... Young Sancho (uncredited)

Directed by
Peter Yates 
Writing credits
Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra (novel) (as Miguel de Cervantes)

John Mortimer (teleplay)

Produced by
Robert Halmi Sr. .... executive producer
John Lithgow .... executive producer
Dyson Lovell .... producer
Chris Thompson .... line producer
Original Music by
Richard Hartley 
Cinematography by
David Connell 
Film Editing by
Toby Yates 
Production Design by
Roger Hall 
Art Direction by
Gary Freeman 
Rosalind Shingleton 
Alan Tomkins (supervising art director)
Set Decoration by
Karen Brookes 
Costume Design by
Charles Knode 
Makeup Department
Kate Best .... makeup artist: Ms Williams
Desideria Corridoni .... hair stylist
Maria Teresa Corridoni .... hair designer (as Maria-Teresa Corridoni)
Gemma Curran .... assistant makeup artist
Lun Yé Hodges .... hair stylist: Ms Williams (as Lun Ye Hodges Marsh)
Chris Lyons .... special effects teeth
Mauro Meniconi .... makeup artist
Mauro Meniconi .... makeup supervisor
Barry Richardson .... hair stylist
Anne Spiers .... chief makeup designer
Gillian Thomas .... key makeup artist (as Gill Thomas)
Shaune Harrison .... prosthetic makeup artist (uncredited)
Simon Rose .... prosthetic sculptor (uncredited)
Matthew Smith .... prosthetic makeup technician (uncredited)
Production Management
Chris Brock .... unit production manager
Jennie McClean .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Toby Hefferman .... second assistant director
Gareth Tandy .... first assistant director
Art Department
Joanna Bates .... construction buyer
Belinda Edwards .... property buyer: UK
Geoff Kingsley .... construction manager (as Geoffrey Kingsley)
Jose Antonio Mateos .... property buyer: Spain
Terry Woods .... props
John Greaves .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Peter James .... art department trainee (uncredited)
Tony Marks .... carpenter (uncredited)
Keith Short .... sculptor (uncredited)
Sound Department
Jason Canovas .... sound editor
David Crozier .... sound mixer
Adrian Rhodes .... sound re-recording mixer
Nigel Stone .... dialogue editor
Gary Dodkin .... boom operator (uncredited)
Matthew Gough .... sound assistant (uncredited)
Matthew Gough .... sound mixer (uncredited)
Ivana Jeftic .... sound editor (uncredited)
Srdjan Kurpjel .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Paul Munro .... sound maintenance (uncredited)
Nigel Stone .... adr editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Richard Conway .... special effects supervisor
Mark White .... special effects
Peter Norcliffe .... special effects armorer: Robert Allsopp and Associates (uncredited)
Tez Palmer .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Asa Shoul .... telecine colourist (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Avtar Bains .... digital effects artist
Lucy Killick .... visual effects coordinator
Mike McGee .... visual effects supervisor
Sirio Quintavalle .... digital effects artist
Pedro Sabrosa .... digital effects artist
Fiona Walkinshaw .... visual effects producer
Jan Hogevold .... film recording: Framestore CFC (uncredited)
Sharon Lock .... digital paint artist (uncredited)
Antonio Arnalte .... stunt
Gonzalo Hernández .... horseman
William Hobbs .... fight arranger
Nina Armstrong .... stunts (uncredited)
Daniel Naprous .... stunt double: John Lithgow (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Gary Dormer .... electrical rigger
John Ferguson .... gaffer
Erik Heinila .... still photographer
Eddie Knight .... gaffer
Lee Knight .... lighting technician
Danny Shelmerdine .... camera assistant
Berndt Wiese .... first assistant "c" camera
Berndt Wiese .... first assistant camera: c camera
Berndt Wiese .... second assistant camera
Paul Hatchman .... key grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Joyce Gallie .... casting
Sally Osoba .... casting coordinator
Rebecca Wright .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Graham Churchyard .... costume supervisor
Lindsay Pugh .... wardrobe supervisor
Robert Worley .... assistant costume designer
Lucy Denny .... costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Dominic Strevens .... assistant editor
Anya Dillon .... second assistant editor (uncredited)
Location Management
Daniel Lamenza .... location manager
Music Department
Andrew Glen .... music editor (as Andy Glen)
John Bell .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Tony Lewis .... assistant music editor (uncredited)
Other crew
Erica Bensly .... production coordinator
Jean Bourne .... script supervisor
Amara Carmona .... choreographer: flamenco dance
Antonio Fernández Román .... choreographer: flamenco dance (as Antonio Fernandez Román)
Andy Hennigan .... financial controller
Joaquin Nuñez .... choreographer: flamenco dance
Juan Nuñez .... choreographer: flamenco dance
Rosi Nuñez .... choreographer: flamenco dance
Rafael Rodriguez Reyes .... choreographer: flamenco dance
Ben Fogg .... assistant to producer (uncredited)
Andrew Haddock .... video coordinator (uncredited)
Debbie Moseley .... contact: London (uncredited)
Esperanza Nicolás Torrejón .... production secretary: Spain (uncredited)
James Wilberger .... production executive: TNT (uncredited)

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120 min | Finland:131 min (3 parts)
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There had been a rival theatrical production which was cancelled by Phoenix Pictures in 1997. Fred Schepisi was to direct, and Robin Williams and John Cleese were to star.See more »
Errors in geography: [possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers, who reportedly wanted to make the locale and costumes more colorful] The actual La Mancha is a more arid, monotonous region than the countryside shown in the film. Although it was shot in Spain, Andalusia stood in for La Mancha.See more »
Don Quixote:[to Sancho] There is a world outside La Mancha. There is a great elsewhere, my neighbor. And there we may both find fame and fortune.See more »
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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Quirky Classic, 8 February 2007
Author: rboon33455 from Llandudno, Wales

This is a visually sumptuous film which treats its central characters with a gentle quirky humour that never completely destroys their dignity and humanity.It is an almost impossible task to reduce Cervantes classic novel to film, but I doubt if there will be a better attempt. The success is primarily due to the outstanding performances of John Lithgow as the Don and Bob Hoskins as Pancho Sanza and John Mortimer's script. Lithgow's Don has a dignified strength which balances his over active imagination while Hoskins tongue in cheek interpretation owes much to the human weaknesses that so many of us share.It took a little while for the film to gain pace but as compensation this adult production had an imaginative energy that brought to mind Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and a Midsummer Night's Dream-it was indeed a good "Knight's" entertainment!Not for the action film addict but willingly suspend your disbelief and connive with its reality as the Duke eventually did and you will certainly enjoy.

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