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Mark Crowdy (Arising from the film "Saving Grace" created by)
Craig Ferguson (Arising from the film "Saving Grace" created by)
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Release Date:
30 April 2003 (UK) See more »
Doctor Bamford has had enough of village life and is desperate for some distance from inquisitive Cornish neighbours... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Anthony Calf ... Tim Bowden

Anna Chancellor ... Nicky Bowden
Joe Sowerbutts ... Harry Bowden
Rebecca Bridges ... Natasha Bowden

Martin Clunes ... Dr. Martin Bamford

Alex Palmer ... Rupert Shawcross
Barbara Lott ... Justine Walker
Mark Drewry ... Terry the Mechanic

Tristan Sturrock ... Harvey

Neve McIntosh ... Rita Gorrie
Stephen Moore ... Vicar

Paul Brooke ... Charley

Adrian Lukis ... Rob Blake
Veronica Roberts ... Mrs. Peters

Pam Ferris ... Lolita

Mark Heap ... Mitch
Peter McCabe ... Vernon
Roger Frost ... Police Constable

Jake Wood ... Jimmy Dobbs

Steven O'Donnell ... Lester Higgins
John Labanowski ... Henry Pinton
Brian Knight ... Boatyard Man
James Rowe ... Harold Reece
Lynsey Baxter ... Petronella

John Mackay ... Beast Spotter
Patrice Naiambana ... Gybril Sylasse

Directed by
Ben Bolt 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Crowdy  Arising from the film "Saving Grace" created by
Craig Ferguson  Arising from the film "Saving Grace" created by
Simon Mayle 

Produced by
Philippa Braithwaite .... producer
Mark Crowdy .... executive producer
Sandy Poustie .... associate producer
Jamie Roberts .... executive producer
Original Music by
Mark Thomas 
Cinematography by
Julian Court 
Film Editing by
Jerry Leon 
Casting by
Carrie Hilton 
Production Design by
Anthony Ainsworth 
Art Direction by
Jane Broomfield 
Costume Design by
Lindsey McLean 
Makeup Department
Karen Edwards .... hair stylist
Karen Edwards .... makeup artist
Anne Oldham .... hair designer
Anne Oldham .... makeup designer
Isabel While .... assistant hair stylist
Isabel While .... makeup assistant
Production Management
Stephen Barker .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Scott Bates .... third assistant director
Dominic Fysh .... first assistant director
Fletcher Rodley .... second assistant director
Art Department
John Coleman .... stand-by props
Dempsey Cook .... prop master
Paul Emerson .... set dresser
Martin Evans .... stand-by carpenter
Nigel Inch .... stand-by rigger
Simon King .... set dresser
Sam Lorimer .... construction manager
Rachel Munday .... art department runner
Ian Newton .... stand-by props
Elaine Starks .... stand-by art director
Ian Tully .... prop buyer
Sound Department
Peter Bond .... sound editor
Gareth Bull .... sound re-recording mixer
Sefi Carmel .... foley mixer
Paul Cridlin .... sound maintenance
Simon Hayter .... sound recordist
Laura Lovejoy .... sound editor
Peter Miles .... stunts (as Peter 'Milesy' Miles)
Andy Nicholas .... stunts
Brian Nickels .... stunts (as Brian Sonny Nickels)
Nick Powell .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Bill Astin .... gaffer
Joss Barratt .... still photographer
Paul Bates .... electrician
Vinnie Cooper .... electrician
Karen Fraser .... camera trainee
Mike Frift .... camera operator: second unit
Martin Hume .... additional camera operator
Paul McGeachan .... best boy: Cornwall
Brian McGee .... electrician
Micky Patten .... grip (as Mickie Patten)
Lee Pattern .... grip trainee
Tim Potter .... focus puller
Derek Ritchie .... electrician
Xandy Sahla .... Steadicam operator (as Xandy Sahler)
Xandy Sahla .... camera operator (as Xandy Sahler)
Hilda Sealy .... clapper loader
Michael Toher .... best boy: London (as Michael Taher)
Michael Toher .... electrician (as Michael Taher)
Casting Department
Sam Chandley .... casting assistant
Candy Marlowe .... extras casting: Cornwall
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Eliza Hunter .... wardrobe supervisor
Olivia Wells .... assistant costume designer
Niki Wheeler .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Paul Bingley-Hall .... assistant editor
Jon Massey .... colorist
Transportation Department
Simon Barker .... unit driver
Paul Bates .... unit driver
Bernie Hutchinson .... unit driver
John Palmer .... unit driver
Brian Scott .... unit driver
Other crew
Claire Aries .... production runner
Johnny Bamford .... location manager: Cornwall
Robert Corke .... stand-in (as Robert 'Boogie' Corke)
Joanne Crocker .... unit nurse
Jimmy Dove .... production runner
John Groves .... production accountant
Stuart Hallard .... production runner
Natalie Hughes .... assistant to producer
Emma James .... line producer
Lesley Lay .... accounting assistant
Sarah MacFarlane .... floor runner
Suzanne McGeachan .... script supervisor
Rebecca Piercy .... production secretary
Matt Steinmann .... location manager: London
Pippa Suren .... production runner

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
just as funny the second time around, 12 January 2013
Author: oldgirl from USA

We got hooked on Doc Martin when the first two seasons were offered on Netflix -- love the Cornish landscape and love the slightly scruffy and very quirky denizens of this corner of England. Imagine my surprise when I found out that there were two films previous to the series, and finally sat down to watch them. The first was really cute -- it was nice to see the Doctor not so crusty and more human than he is in the series, but the second one absolutely cracked me up. Nicely plotted, so many subtle digs at stereotypical Londoners, but not so stereotypical that they were trite. Loved the magical moments, and the last scene just ties everything up in a big bow -- I fell off the couch laughing, happy to leave the Doc with things perfectly in order (for Cornwall). A very feel-good movie, and well worth watching twice.

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