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James Goldman (play)
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23 May 2004 (USA) See more »
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Directed by
Andrey Konchalovskiy  (as Andrei Konchalovsky)
Writing credits
James Goldman (play)

James Goldman (teleplay)

Produced by
Robert Halmi Jr. .... executive producer
Robert Halmi Sr. .... executive producer
Vicki Letizia .... associate producer
Dyson Lovell .... producer
Paul Lowin .... co-producer
Wendy Neuss .... executive producer (as Wendy Neuss-Stewart)
Martin Poll .... executive producer
Patrick Stewart .... executive producer
Original Music by
Richard Hartley 
Cinematography by
Sergey Kozlov  (as Sergei Kozlov)
Film Editing by
Henry Richardson 
Casting by
Joyce Gallie 
Sally Osoba 
Production Design by
Roger Hall 
Art Direction by
Alistair Kay (supervising art director)
János Szabolcs 
Set Decoration by
István Tóth 
Costume Design by
Consolata Boyle 
Makeup Department
Martial Corneville .... hair stylist: Ms. Close
Noémi Czakó .... makeup artist
Jánosné Kajtár .... makeup supervisor (as Janosne Kajtar)
Klaudia Király .... assistant hair stylist
Erwin H. Kupitz .... wig designer
Didier Lavergne .... makeup artist: Ms. Close
Silke Lisku .... hair stylist: Mr. Stewart
Silke Lisku .... makeup artist: Mr Stewart
Klári Szinek .... hair stylist (as Klara Szinek)
Anna Tesner .... makeup artist
Production Management
David Byrne .... post-production supervisor
Nigel Marchant .... unit production manager
Peter Seres .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Oscar Beuselinck .... second assistant director
Gábor Gajdos .... assistant director: second unit
Kerric Macdonald .... second unit director
Tamás Mink .... second assistant director
Petr Nemecek .... first assistant director: Slovakia
Kieron Phipps .... first assistant director (as Kieron A. Phipps)
Art Department
István Balogh .... chargehand dressing props
Caroline Cobbold .... production buyer
Tamás Csaba .... art department production assistant
Pál Csicsman .... swing gang
Bence Erdelyi .... art department assistant
Lajos Farkas .... storyboard artist
Stanislaw Flak .... scenic painter
Kata Fustos .... stand-by props
Peter James .... assistant art director
Frantisek Kudlác .... scenic painter: Slovakia (as Frantisek Kudlac)
Mihály Marton .... stand-by props (as Mihaly Marton)
Mihály Molnár .... assistant art director
László Nagidai .... assistant construction manager
László Nagyidai Jr. .... constructor
Zsolt Nemes .... swing gang
Michael Richard .... construction supervisor (as Michael Rickard)
Miklós Schmelcz .... construction manager (as Miklos Schmelz)
Tamás Simon .... prop buyer
Gábor Stibló .... property buyer
Lajos E. Szabó .... stand-by painter
Béla Tollay .... stand-by props
Gabor Toth .... assistant set decorator
Howard Weaver .... scenic artist
Sound Department
Ben Brazier .... sound editor
Kevin Brazier .... supervising sound editor
Robert Brazier .... foley editor
Wayne Brooks .... sound effects editor
Nick Foley .... adr recordist
György Mihályi .... sound cable assistant
David Old .... sound re-recording mixer
Mac Ruth .... sound mixer
Anna Sulley .... assistant dialogue editor
Ted Swanscott .... adr mixer
Pál Szûrös .... boom operator
Robert Thompson .... sound re-recording mixer
Rowena Wilkinson .... foley artist
Special Effects by
Gábor Balog .... special effects technician
János Berki .... special effects technician (as Janos Berki)
Gabor Kiszelly .... special effects supervisor assistant
Gyula Krasnyánszky .... pyro supervisor
Ferenc Ormos .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Zoltán Benyó .... visual effects supervisor
Marcell Nagy .... digital artist
Gábor Vaszkun .... matte painter
László Imre .... stunts
Bela Kasi .... assistant stunt coordinator
Péter Katona .... stunt performer
Péter Katona .... stunt rider
Roland Kollárszky .... stunts
Levente Lezsák .... stunts
Béla Unger .... stunt coordinator (sword master)
Camera and Electrical Department
Antal Berger .... electrician
Attila Bilik .... electrician
Attila Bogyai .... electrician
Istvan Bolla .... gaffer
Attila Csoboth .... epk cameraman
Zoltán Dzsupin .... second assistant camera: second unit
Egon Endrényi .... still photographer
Kornél Fiskovszky .... best boy: second unit
Mike Frift .... camera operator (as Michael Frift)
István Gottmann .... assistant camera
Gábor Hevesi .... electrician
János Kiss .... key grip
Krisztián Kupi .... best boy
Robert Litomisky .... first assistant camera: second camera
Attila Nagy .... second assistant "a" camera
Csaba Nemesházi .... video assist operator
Pal Paluch .... key dolly grip: second unit
Balázs Révész .... steadicam operator/"b" camera operator
Martin Shepherd .... first assistant "a" camera
József Szucsik .... gaffer: second unit
Attila Szûcs .... second dolly grip
Péter Rácz Tiger .... video assist operator: second unit
Jozsef Torba .... grip
András Tóth .... best boy grip
Ádám Wallner .... second assistant camera: "B" camera
Ken Woroner .... still photographer
István Õsz .... electrician
Casting Department
Zsolt Csutak .... casting: Hungary
Tamás Kertész .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alison Byrne .... costume assistant
Krisztina Fekete .... head dresser (as Kriszta Fekete)
Ildikó Fogt .... key costumer
Dominová Gabriela .... wardrobe translator: Slovakia
Jana Janková .... dresser: Slovakia
József Lender .... dresser
Rhona McGuirke .... costume supervisor
Péter Palotás .... dresser
Magdalen Rubalcava .... assistant costume designer
Gabriella Schwarz .... costumer
Gabriella Schwarz .... wardrobe assistant
Maggie Scobbie .... chief costume cutter
Zsuzsa Varadi .... wardrobe coordinator
Krisztina Vavrinecz .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Trevor Brown .... colorist
Olga Grinshpun .... first assistant editor (as Olga Grinshpoun)
Nikolai Malakhov .... lightworks assistant (as Nikolai Malahov)
Yan Miles .... first assistant editor
Dan Preston .... assistant on-line editor
Andy Wood .... hi-def online editor (as Andrew Wood)
Music Department
Phil Chapman .... music mixer
Peter Fuchs .... music scoring engineer
Martin Roller .... assistant scoring engineer
Paul Talkington .... music coordinator
Allan Wilson .... conductor
Transportation Department
Istvan Pintye .... transportation coordinator
Péter Veres .... unit driver
Other crew
Csaba Bagossy .... production assistant
Bill Barringer .... location manager
Jean Bourne .... script supervisor
Tabitha Burrill .... assistant production accountant
Bodzsár Böbe .... accountant
József Cirkó .... production executive
Jason Dolan .... assistant: Martin Poll
Dóra Endrényi .... script supervisor: second unit
Bryon Fear .... assistant to producer
Danica Fleischerova .... production coordinator: Slovakia (as Danica Matulayova)
Gabriella Foldes .... unit consultant: Slovakia
Gergely Fülöp .... set production assistant
Tamás Guba .... location manager
Alina Gulyaeva .... assistant to director
Balogh Györgyi .... assistant accountant
Michael Harris .... facilities supervisor
Márk Herjeczki .... set production assistant
Peter Hric .... slovak horse master
Ivan Janovsky .... location consultant: Slovakia
Géza Jánossy .... caterer (2003)
Balázs Kovács .... extras coordinator
Bettina Lyster .... production coordinator
Vladimir Magal .... location manager: Slovakia
Michael Mehlmann .... dialogue coach
Yan Miles .... title designer
Kevin O'Driscoll .... production accountant
Eszter Repassy .... production coordinator
Miles Richarson .... title designer
Laszlo Rorariusz .... location manager (as Laszlo Rorarius)
Emoke Vagasi .... assistant to producers
Béla Vaszary .... medical coordinator
Toth Zsuzsa .... production assistant
Éva Zöld .... production assistant
Britt Harrison .... script consultant (uncredited)

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Patrick Stewart also played Henry's son, Richard the Lionheart, in Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993).See more »
Anachronisms: When Henry has locked up this three sons in the cellar, he says that they are locked up together with the Port (wine). However, the term Port has only been in use since the 17th century.See more »
John:He has a knife, a knife!
Eleanor of Aquitaine:Of course he has a knife! I have a knife. We all have knives. It's 1183 and we're all barbarians!
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16 out of 27 people found the following review useful.
WOW, 28 May 2004
Author: chuck-282 from New Hampshire

I have seem 20-30 historical movies and this is by far the best. I never thought improvement of the O'Toole/Hepburn classic was possible, but I was wrong. This one gives a more accurate portrayal of the times and how little England as a country was to the Empire. The monarchy was more of a landlord and accumulating wealth was the order of the day. This was done through good governing and fear, as this movie accurately depicted. It was especially gratifying to see that the role of all the children was established. The original was based more on the King and Queen, with not as much emphasis on collateral figures. And, the acting was spectacular.

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