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Ready When You Are Mr. McGill (2003)

| Drama | TV Movie 2003
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An extra in a TV drama is finally given a line to say. He goes on to cause mounting chaos.

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Henry
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Herself
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Sandra Voe ...
Nancy McGill
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Milkman
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Lianne
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Kelly
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Joe
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Denis (as Philip Davis)
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Edgar
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Geoff
Paul Broughton ...
Tommy
Gemma Catlin ...
Alison
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An extra in a TV drama is finally given a line to say. He goes on to cause mounting chaos.

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Készen áll, Mr. McGill?  »

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[after a disastrous morning, the producer asks the director how much of this morning's filming he has actually completed]
Roland: So you've shot *nothing* all morning?
Phil Parish: Not yet.
Roland: Nothing of Scene 23?
Phil Parish: Not yet.
Roland: None of it?
Phil Parish: Not yet.
Roland: You've shot the master shot? You must have.
Phil Parish: [to Kelly] Tell him "not yet". I can't say it again - my brain's trapped.
Roland: So what the hell have you been doing?
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Remake of Red Letter Day: Ready When You Are, Mr. McGill (1976) See more »

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Written by Chunky Nelson
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Brilliant
16 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

Brilliant, better than the 1970's TV original version. Superb cast, particularly Tom Courtenay and Bill Nighy. The four way dialogue in the bus regarding a suggestion for a new TV series (twin brothers, Civil Engineers, building a bridge) ("What, no Doctors, policemen, shagging?") was superb, apart from crystallising what the viewing public wants. Whether Jack Rosenthal updated the story for 2003 I do not know but it had class written all over it. Shown on Sky Movies, and will therefore presumably be repeated. Don't miss it, and if it is ever released as a DVD buy or rent it.


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