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4 May 2003 (UK) See more »
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A national survey of the top 100 film actors in history, voted on by the British public. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Richard E. Grant ... Narrator (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Amitabh Bachchan ... Himself

Sanjeev Bhaskar ... Himself

Juliette Binoche ... Herself

Cate Blanchett ... Herself

Marlon Brando ... Himself (archive footage)
James Brown ... Himself

Gabriel Byrne ... Himself

Michael Caine ... Himself

Jackie Chan ... Himself

Julie Christie ... Herself

Kevin Costner ... Himself

Daniel Day-Lewis ... Himself

Leonardo DiCaprio ... Himself
Ekow Eshun ... Himself

Colin Farrell ... Himself

Ralph Fiennes ... Himself

Stephen Frears ... Himself

Morgan Freeman ... Himself
Charles Gant ... Himself
Bonnie Greer ... Herself

Dennis Hopper ... Himself

Peter Howitt ... Himself

Shekhar Kapur ... Himself
Mark Kermode ... Himself
James King ... Himself

Christopher Lee ... Himself

Kyle MacLachlan ... Himself

Michael Madsen ... Himself
Barry McGuigan ... Himself

Christopher Nolan ... Himself

Gary Oldman ... Himself

Al Pacino ... Himself
Joe Queenan ... Himself

Susan Sarandon ... Herself

Thelma Schoonmaker ... Herself

Martin Scorsese ... Himself
Mary Selway ... Herself

Bryan Singer ... Himself
David Thomson ... Himself

Christopher Walken ... Himself

Eli Wallach ... Himself

Sigourney Weaver ... Herself

Ray Winstone ... Himself
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Directed by
John Piper 
Tony Earnshaw (additional director)
Sian Edwards (additional director)
Jane Garcia (additional director)
Debbie Geller (additional director)
Sarah Hunt (additional director)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Robinson 

Produced by
Peter A. Gordon .... executive producer
Emily Louth .... associate producer
John Piper .... producer
Stuart Ramsay .... associate producer
Olivia Rothman .... associate producer
Camilla Wheeler .... archive associate producer
 
Cinematography by
Mark Molesworth (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Doug Faircloth 
Craig Stobart 
Ian Wilson 
 
Production Management
Samantha Stamp .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Glenn Bates .... sound recordist (multiple segments)
Donna Bertaccini .... sound mixer
Richard Eades .... sound
Bradley Elster .... sound
Steve Linsey .... sound
Percy Urgena .... sound
 
Thanks
Mike Leeder .... special thanks
 

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22 out of 38 people found the following review useful.
The Trouble With Democracy ...., 14 August 2004
Author: Theo Robertson from Isle Of Bute, Scotland

.... Is that any idiot can cast a vote . Take THE 100 GREATEST MOVIE STARS OF ALL TIME yet another list show from Channel 4 . If we`re talking about movie stars we`re talking about movie stars from all eras of cinema , people like Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy , Spencer Tracy and Kirk Douglas none of whom actually appeared in the top 100 list

That`s bad enough but Ewan McGregor landed at number 9 ! What an actor who is only convincing playing an Edinburgh junkie is the 9th greatest movie star ever ! I`d thought maybe STAR WAR fans had stuffed the poll but that theory collapsed when I realised Alec Guiness didn`t make the list . If McGregor deserves to be number 9 then the entire cast of EASTENDERS deserve to be in the top 50 somewhere . Kevin Spacey landed at the lofty heights of number 4 , another travesty .

I will give some of the voters credit for NOT voting DeNiro ( Number 2 ) as the greatest ever movie star . Bob has shamefully let himself down by continually appearing in B movies for many years whilst the winner of the poll Al Pacino does give the impression he has some standards when it comes to appearing in films

A very flawed list and I`m getting really fed up with these type of shows from Channel 4 . That`s why I didn`t vote in their meaningless poll

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