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13 December 2001 (Germany) See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Matt LeBlanc ... O'Rourke

Eddie Izzard ... Tony

James Cosmo ... Archie

Nicolette Krebitz ... Romy
David Birkin ... Johnno

Edward Fox ... Aitken

Udo Kier ... General Landssdorf
Oliver Korittke ... Franz

Karl Markovics ... Hauptsturmführer
Sissi Perlinger ... Paloma
Holger Speckhahn ... Corporal / Truck

Pip Torrens ... British Major
Maria Petz ... Girl
Heinrich Herki ... Librarian
Paul Williamson ... McCinley
Susie Trayling ... Secretary
Cassandra Holliday ... Blonde
Gillian Hanna ... Nettie

Andreas Lust ... Sergeant / Tank
Liliana Nelska ... Polish Foreign Worker
Aniko Guiz ... Foreign Worker #2

Julian Rivett ... Airman / Bomb Hold

Andreas Guenther ... Soldier (as Andreas Günther)
Oliver Huether ... Gestapo Sergeant
Wolfram Rupperti ... Airman / Zeppelin
Jeff Sturgeon ... Tall Man
Gordon Catlin ... Waiter
Paul Kreshka ... MC
Patrick Berg ... Policeman Square
Silvia Eisenberger-Futterknecht ... Woman Square
Jörg Stelling ... Captain
Otto Beckmann ... Signaller
Erik Jan Rippmann ... Luftwaffe Guard
Oliver Hebeler ... Gambling Soldier
Otto Szanto ... Pilot
Helmut Hafner ... NSDAP Official
Boris Pietsch ... Soldier #1 / Truck (as Boris J. Pietsch)

Sebastian Hölz ... Soldier #2 / Truck
Silvia Steindl ... Female Guard
Gábor Harsai ... Deserter
Christine Harbort ... Woman in hower Room

Gen Seto ... Japanese Interpreter
Monika Orthofer ... Airshelter Warden
Michael Nix ... Apple Tree Singer
Florian Danklmaier ... Apple Tree Singer
Patrizio Buanne ... Apple Tree Singer
Guy List ... Gestapo Officer
James Wakeford ... Technician
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Alexander Demblin ... NS Officer (uncredited)
Hans-Christian Haas ... Man in Bar (uncredited)

Directed by
Stefan Ruzowitzky 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Digby Wolfe (story) &
Joseph Manduke (story) and
June Roberts (story)

David Schneider (screenplay)

Produced by
Zachary Feuer .... producer
Manfred Fritsch .... line producer: Austria unit
Gabrielle Kelly .... producer
Danny Krausz .... co-producer: Austria
György Marosi .... co-producer: Hungary
Miggel .... line producer
Phil Alden Robinson .... executive producer
Kurt Stockert .... co-producer: Austria
Rainer Virnich .... executive producer
Marco Weber .... producer
 
Original Music by
Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen 
Robert Folk 
Michael Lloyd 
 
Cinematography by
Peter Kappel 
Wedigo von Schultzendorff 
 
Film Editing by
Rudi Heinen 
Nick Moore 
Britta Nahler 
Andrea Schumacher 
 
Casting by
Celestia Fox 
Barbara Vögel 
April Webster 
 
Production Design by
Frank Bollinger 
 
Art Direction by
Florian Lehner 
 
Set Decoration by
Tamás Breier 
Gábor Szabó 
Zoltán Szabó 
 
Costume Design by
Nicole Fischnaller 
 
Makeup Department
Daniela Brdar-Ibrahimpasic .... makeup artist
Frances Conner .... makeup artist
Nuala Conway .... makeup artist
Móni Csomós .... hair stylist
Danijela Ibricic .... additional makeup
Eileen Kastner-Delago .... makeup designer
Jan Kempkens-Odemski .... makeup artist (as Jan Kempkens)
Chris Lyons .... special effects teeth
Kelly Marazzi .... makeup artist
Susanne Neidhart .... makeup artist
Chris Redman .... hair stylist
Erzsébet Varjas .... assistant makeup artist: Hungary
 
Production Management
Hans-Peter Abts .... unit manager: Hungary
Nicole Bardohl .... assistant production manager
Markus Brinkmann .... production manager
László Tímár .... unit production manager: Hungary
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Anton Maria Aigner .... first assistant director (as Anton M. Aigner)
Bettina Braun .... third assistant director: Austria
Tom Delmar .... second unit director
Ariane Homayounfar .... second assistant director
Richard Jäkel .... second second assistant director
Barnabas Kiraly .... second third assistant director: Hungary
Andor Lengyel .... third assistant director: Hungary
Friedrich Noltmann .... assistant director: second unit
Zsolt Szabo .... assistant director
Toni Weiss .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Christa Bannert .... set dresser buyer
Angelika Brendinger .... set dresser
György Bátonyi .... draftsman: Hungary
Laszlo Demeter .... set designer
Andreas Djerdjev .... swing gang
Johanna Guschlbauer .... assistant to art director
Miklós Halász .... constructor: Hungary
Zoltán Hegedüs .... buyer: Hungary
Christian Horvath .... swing gang: Austria
Horst Hruska .... head of construction: Austria
Thomas Hörhan .... constructor: Austria
Philipp Juda .... on-set carpenter
Claudia Kiefer .... stand-by props
György Lakatos .... assistant prop master: Hungary
Axel Langwagen .... prop master
Michael Meier .... lead illustrator
Zoran Mitic .... constructor: Austria
Fritz Müller .... assistant property master
László Nagyidai Jr. .... constructor: Hungary
László Nagyidai .... head of construction: Hungary
Adolf Nurschinger .... property master
Sándor Oláh .... constructor: Hungary
Marcin Polak .... on-set painter: Austria
Ferdinand Prinz .... head of construction: Austria
János Rauschenberger .... art department coordinator: Hungary
Simon Ruess .... art department trainee
Günther Schäfer .... painter: Austria
Hans-Jürgen Schäfer .... constructor: Austria
Ferenc Schöffer .... set decorator: Hungary
Zoltán Schöffer .... swing gang: Hungary
Daniel Steinbach .... swing gang: Austria
Judit Sági .... art department interpreter: Hungary
Zoltán Sárdi .... draftsman: Hungary
Andrea Tóth .... prop master: Hungary
Dávid Breier .... swing gang (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Natascha Baermann .... foley editor
Andreas Biegler .... supervising sound editor
Christof Ebhardt .... sound effects editor
Heinz Ebner .... sound
Stephan Fandrych .... dubbing mixer
Moritz Fritsch .... sound trainee: Austria
Joo Fürst .... foley artist
Magda Habernickel .... dialogue editor
Benedikt Just .... special effects sound designer
Pierre Peters-Arnolds .... dubbing director
Max Rammler-Rogall .... sound mixer (as Max Rammler)
Dietmar Zuson .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Lajos Budai .... special effects technician: Hungary
Gábor Csákovics .... weapons: Hungary
Rezsö Farkas .... special effects foreman: Hungary
Ferenc Hábetler .... pyrotechnic: Hungary (as Ferenc Habetler)
Sándor Kertész .... special effects technician: Hungary
Róbert Kovács .... special effects: Hungary
Sylvio Lienert .... special effects technician
Michael Luppino .... special effects technician
Uli Nefzer .... special effects supervisor
Péter Pozsonyi .... special effects technician: Hungary
Rudolf Takacs .... special effects supervisor: Hungary
Thomas Thiele .... special effects technician
Olaf Will .... special effects technician
Antal Örvendi .... special effects technician: Hungary
 
Visual Effects by
Frank Dürschinger .... visual effects
Michael Grobe .... visual effects
Joachim Grüninger .... miniature supervisor
Alex Lemke .... compositing supervisor
Lutz Lemke .... 2D artist
Phillip Leonhardt .... rotoscope artist
Britta Mangold .... miniature effects: DOP
Florian Martin .... 2D artist
Connie Oettl .... model painter
Henning Raedlein .... visual effects supervisor
Alex Schott .... 3D artist (as Alexander Schott)
Simon Weisse .... senior modelmaker
Klaus Wuchta .... 2D artist
Christian Zeh .... 2D artist
Jürgen 'Zambo' Zimmermann .... workshop coordinator: Magicon (as Jürgen 'Zimbo' Zimmermann)
 
Stunts
Tom Delmar .... stunt coordinator
László Imre .... stunts
Péter Katona .... stunt coordinator: Hungary
István Koleszár .... stunts
Roland Kollárszky .... stunts
József Kovalik .... stunts
Bernd Rautenberg .... stunt tank driver
Andy Smart .... stunt double: Mr. LeBlance
James Wakeford .... stunt engineer
Evangelos Grecos .... stunts (uncredited)
Jens Peter Neuberth .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Csaba Bankhardt .... best boy grip
Alexander Boboschewski .... Steadicam operator
Guido Egger .... key grip
Eva Hallama .... video playback operator: Austria
Zoltán Halmágyi .... grip
Josef Mittendorfer .... clapper loader
Attila Nagy .... video playback operator: Hungary
Jürgen Olczyk .... still photographer
Stephanie Sammer .... assistant camera
Stephanie Sammer .... clapper loader
Richard Wagner .... first assistant camera
Roman Zednicek .... Steadicam operator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
György Homonnay .... wardrobe supervisor: Hungary
Gabor Szabo .... dresser
 
Editorial Department
Birgit Steffan .... digital intermediate colorist
 
Location Management
Rudolf Czettel .... location scout (as Rudi Czettl)
Martin Dvoracek-Riegler .... location scout
Magdi Kondorosi .... location manager
Gabi Traindl .... location scout
 
Music Department
Michael Lloyd .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Csaba Bagossy .... transportation assistant: Hungary
Christoph Beck .... driver: Austria
Attila Beke .... driver: Austria and Hungary
Robert Buvari .... driver: property
Zoltan Dano .... driver: Hungary
Claudio Franzin .... driver: set dressing
Ulrich Gamisch .... driver: motorhome, Austria
Christian Götterer .... driver: Matt LeBlanc, Austria
Georg Heimberger .... driver: Austria
József Horváth .... driver: makeup and wardrobe bus
Benjamin Karré .... driver: Austria
Stefan Pfundner .... driver: Austria
Katalin Pintye .... transportation coordinator
Katalin Pintye .... transportation coordinator: Hungary
Michael Ramsauer .... driver: Austria
Max Reisinger .... transportation coordinator: Austria
György Ruppl .... driver: Hungary
Gerlinde Schmid .... driver: Austria
Christine Stohwasser .... driver: motorhome, Austria
Peter Voratschek .... driver: makeup department, Austria
Helmut Winkler .... driver: motorhome, Austria
 
Other crew
Catherine Allinson .... script supervisor
Cassandra Barbour .... rights and clearances
Nicole Bardohl .... assistant to line producer
Steffi Hiller .... supervising production accountant
Géza Jánossy .... caterer (2001)
Lutz Lemke .... title designer
Noemi Mehrli .... assistant: Mr LeBlanc
Nina Neudecker .... production coordinator
Louis Oellerer .... stage manager
Szilvia Paros .... production assistant
Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances
Patrick Spanbauer .... production assistant
Agatha Whitechapel .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Norbert Preuss .... special thanks
Stefaan Schieder .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for language, violence and sexuality
Runtime:
99 min | USA:105 min (Mill Valley Film Festival)
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Trivia:
In this film, comedian Eddie Izzard plays an English soldier who cross-dresses. Eddie is a transvestite himself, and one of his stand-up routines (concerning transvestites in the armed forces) goes, "The main element of attack is the element of surprise. So what could be more surprising than the first battalion transvestite brigade?" (See Eddie Izzard: Dress to Kill (1999) (V)).See more »
Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Nicolette Krebitz tells Matt LeBlanc that she got him a long-sleeved dress because "German women don't shave their underarms" (and Matt had shaved). However, she introduces Matt as an Italian, not a German.See more »
Quotes:
Franz:Not bad for a bunch of queens.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "Hogan's Heroes" (1965)See more »

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12 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Bloody Funny, at least to a long time Eddie fan., 27 June 2004
Author: CCGod from a warm sofa

I've been an Eddie Izzard fan for quite a long time (As has the friend I watched this film with) and we approached it from that stand point. In fact as we picked it we couldn't help but recite "it's the 131st transvestite brigade, parachuting behind enemy line with fabulous make-up and a fabulous gun." Taking it as that style of campy send up of war we found it rather funny, of course it was cheesy and full of plot holes, but that was part of the appeal. "I have to get my mousy-kins!" I mean if this film wasn't laughing at itself it should have been. Yes Eddie turns in a brilliant performance from an emotional stand point as well, as does David Birkin, but their performances add to the humour not over shadow it. Yes from the stand point of making the world a better place this film did not accomplish a single blow for understanding, but not everything has to be a statement for the cause. Some things are allowed to be funny for humour's sake, and those of us who get that the stereotypically wooden characters are there to make a point find them all the more funny. Give it a try.

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