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Director:
Writers:
T.R. Bowen (screenplay)
C.S. Forester (books)
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Release Date:
8 April 2001 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
He's Back!
Plot:
Hornblower and his comrades come under the command of a revered but obviously mentally unstable captain and eventually must mutiny. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
Nominated for 7 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
Series better as "Master and Commander" movie See more (15 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Andrew Grieve 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
T.R. Bowen  screenplay
C.S. Forester  books

Produced by
Andrew Benson .... producer
Michele Buck .... executive producer
Liz Bunton .... line producer
Delia Fine .... executive producer: A&E Network
Kris Slava .... supervising producer: A&E
 
Original Music by
John E. Keane  (as John Keane)
 
Cinematography by
Chris O'Dell 
 
Film Editing by
Keith Palmer 
 
Casting by
Susie Parriss 
 
Production Design by
Rob Harris 
 
Art Direction by
Katie Driscoll  (as Katie Buckley)
Matthew Robinson 
Peter Wenham 
 
Set Decoration by
Tina Jones 
 
Costume Design by
John Mollo 
 
Makeup Department
Kevin Alexander .... hair stylist
Suzan Broad .... makeup artist (as Susanne Broad)
Veyatie MacLeod .... makeup designer
Joan Stribling .... assistant hair stylist (2001)
Joan Stribling .... assistant makeup artist (2001)
 
Production Management
Violeta Barca-Fontana .... assistant unit manager
Gail Kennett .... executive in charge of production
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alison Banks .... second assistant director
Robert Fabbri .... first assistant director
Martin O'Malley .... first assistant director: second unit
Lee Tailor .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Dave Channon .... construction manager
Robert Channon .... scenic painter
Kelvin Cook .... props
Colin Ellis .... dressing props
Andy Fox .... carpenter
Gerry Graham .... painter
Dean Hawley .... painter
Phil Hennessy .... changehand rigger
Tina Jones .... set dresser
Paul Jurczenko .... carpenter
Dougie Lankston .... dressing props (as Doug Lankston)
Katie Lee .... props buyer
Mitch Niclas .... stand-by props
Allen J. Polley .... property master (as Allen Polley)
Ray Rose .... props storeman
Ted Stickley .... dressing props
Paul Turner .... stand-by props
Louis Turner .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Rudi Buckle .... sound recordist
Colin Codner .... sound maintenance
Michael Crouch .... supervising sound editor
Sue Lenny .... sound effects editor
Colin Martin .... dubbing mixer
Dave Sloss .... adr mixer
Dave Sloss .... foley recordist
Julie Ankerson .... foley artist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Karl Ayton .... special effects assistant
Alex Gurucharri .... special effects
Jonathan Harris .... special effects technician
Tom Harris .... special effects supervisor
Jeremy Lovett .... senior technician: model unit
Nicky O'Sullivan .... special effects technician
Mark Roberts .... special effects: model unit
Barry Woodman .... special effects
Dean Ford .... special effects trainee: model unit (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Phil Attfield .... digital effects supervisor
Simon Carr .... digital artist
Roy Field .... director of photography: model unit
Simon Frame .... joint digital effects supervisor
Martin Gutteridge .... model unit director
Martin Gutteridge .... visual effects supervisor
Tom Harris .... visual effects supervisor
Gruff Owen .... digital compositor
Tom Hocking .... digital artist (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Chris Carey .... stunts
Jordi Casares .... stunt arranger
Jorge Huergo .... stunts
Rowley Irlam .... stunts
Theo Kypri .... utility stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Christian Abomnes .... first assistant camera
Martin Cox .... electrician
Vince Goddard .... gaffer
Steve Murray .... camera operator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Elvis Davis .... set costumer
Katherine Fanthorpe .... wardrobe assistant
Alan Flyng .... wardrobe master
Barbara Rutter .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Simon Harris .... first assistant editor
Vincent Narduzzo .... telecine colorist
Shane Warden .... editor: video tape
 
Other crew
Jon Baker .... armorer
Martin Bibbings .... military advisor
Fliss Coombs .... unit publicist
Sasha Harris .... production coordinator
Simon Hill .... assistant accountant
Dan Knight .... floor runner
Amanda Lean .... script supervisor
Steve Morphew .... stand-in: Ioan Gruffudd
Louise O'Malley .... production accountant
Jeff Peacock .... military advisor
Natalie Rogers .... assistant to producer
Paul Rutman .... script editor
Gerry Savage .... unit nurse
Marlea Willis .... unit publicist
Mauricio Pedroza .... production assistant (uncredited)
Derek Warman .... fire officer (uncredited)
 

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Argentina:98 min | Israel:240 min | Israel:96 min
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Trivia:
Both Ioan Gruffudd and David Warner starred in Titanic (1997).See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: When Styles and Randall are fighting, it is obvious they are intentionally not hitting each other, and are really "movie fighting".See more »
Quotes:
[last lines]
Cmmdre. Sir Edward Pellew:So you believe the Captain's behaviour was due to him falling down the hold.
3rd Lt. Horatio Hornblower:That's what seemed to push him over the edge.
Cmmdre. Sir Edward Pellew:That's an interesting choice of words, Mr. Hornblower.
[walks towards Hornblower]
Cmmdre. Sir Edward Pellew:How did the Captain come to fall?
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6 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Series better as "Master and Commander" movie, 6 March 2004
Author: pete36 from Belgium

Big budgeted Brit TV-series based on the books of C.S. Forester, set during the Napoleonic wars in the beginning of the 19th century.

Hornblower starts of as a midshipman and the series follows him as he climbs up through the ranks.

Only the British can make such a spectacular historical series. No costs or means have been spared to recreate life at sea in those times. Not much of CGI or whatvever, the ships and fight are all real. When Hornblower is trapped on a sinking ship, there is no money for some elaborater special effect so they just sink it for real. Plots are full of twists and turns and are never predictable. Series is very intelligently scripted, great charactarisation and humour is provided when needed.

It seems this series was the inspiration for US movie "Master and Commander" with Russel Crowe. It's the same theme, same era and nearly same plot. If you are familiar with the Hornblower series , Master and commander is almost a kind of rip-off, although it is based on another bookseries. Master and Commander is an OK movie but it just pales in comparison with this simply brilliant series. I think this is again proof that TV is getting better then cinema.



It is not the first adaptation of the CS Forester saga on Hornblower . In 1952 Hollywood made a very worthy effort with "Hornblower" by cramming three books into one movie. Starring Gregory Peck as Hornblower and Virginia Mayo as the love interest. Directed by actionspecialist Raoul Walsh, it's a real winner.





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