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Thomas Ellice (screenplay)
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13 December 2009 (Australia) See more »
London, 2000:- Terminally ill Albert summons old war buddies Frank and Harry to his hospital bed with a bizarre request... See more » | Add synopsis »
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David Jason ... Harry

David Warner ... Frank

Judith Hoersch ... Vicki

Michael Jayston ... Albert
Nick Bennett ... Young Harry
Scott Harrison ... Young Frank
Adam Flynn ... Young Albert
Christine Ellerbeck ... Joy Fellows
John Alastair ... Truck Driver
Laura Rogers ... Rachel
Ruby Tuesday ... Tracy

Hasina Haque ... Nurse

Directed by
David Richards 
Writing credits
Thomas Ellice (screenplay)

Produced by
Gina Cronk .... producer
David Jason .... executive producer
Menzies Kennedy .... associate producer
David Reynolds .... executive producer
Xavier Roy .... line producer: france
Original Music by
Hal Lindes 
Cinematography by
Tony Coldwell (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Catherine Creed 
Casting by
Marilyn Johnson 
Production Design by
Gary Williamson 
Art Direction by
David Bowes 
Costume Design by
Tudor George 
Makeup Department
Nic Collins .... makeup designer (as Nic Norton Collins)
Production Management
Theo Leipert .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Andrew Speller .... second unit director
Ben Sweet .... second assistant director
Charlie Watson .... first assistant director
Benjamin Weidner .... assistant director
Art Department
Duncan Griffiths .... property master
Sophie Hervieu .... assistant art director
Dennis Murphy .... buyer
Sarah Pasquali .... graphic designer
Sound Department
Alun Banks .... sound maintenance
Helen Dickson .... dubbing editor
Carole Gleich .... dubbing editor
Les Honess .... sound recordist
Adam Severs .... dubbing mixer
Bonnie Wild .... foley mixer (as Bonnie Curtis)
Visual Effects by
Glenn Kyte .... colourist
Marc Cass .... stunt coordinator
Paul Weston .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Heather Crompton .... clapper loader: second unit
Sean Healy .... grip
Simon-Andres Ospina .... clapper loader (as Simon Ospina)
Mick Quinn .... grip
Kim Seber .... focus puller
Chris Sowden .... best boy
Casting Department
Annelie Powell .... casting assistant
Jacqueline Wawrzyniak .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alison James .... costume supervisor
Music Department
Hal Lindes .... composer: additional music
Hal Lindes .... composer: theme music
Other crew
Andrew Dalmahoy .... location manager: London
Nardia Hall .... unit manager
Ben Hepworth .... location manager
Nicola Morrow .... production coordinator (as Nicky Morrow)
Nicola Morrow .... production coordinator
Sylvain Razemon .... assistant location manager: France
David Robbins .... production accountant
Gernot Zeglien .... location scout

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Harry and Frank drive past the 'real' Albert Memorial on their way to collect Albert's body.See more »
[Albert has asked Harry and Frank to take his body from the morgue and bury it in Germany when he dies. Harry, who is a taxi-driver, thinks that there could be a problem with doing this... ]
Harry:It's against my licence to carry a corpse... or a rabid dog, come to think of it.
Frank:[angrily] Fine, I'll order a mini-cab!
Harry:All right, all right. But if they catch us, they'll certify us. How would you like to spend the rest of your life in a padded cell?
Frank:[angrily] No problem... just so long as it isn't with you.
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20 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
Very Enjoyable!, 13 December 2009
Author: Alec Lamberton from Central Coast, NSW, Australia

This was just shown on ABC in Australia, and it was an unexpected pleasure.

David Warner and David Jason mesh well as two tired, old men, trying to fulfill a deceased friend's dying wish. On the way they meet a lovely, if mysterious, girl called Vicki, and they have adventures as they journey across Europe at their friend's behest.

Warner and Jason mesh well, both at their best, Warner as a complete curmudgeon, Jason as slightly bewildered. Both still at the top of their game and pulling off some very good comedy timing.

It's that comedy that makes the movie, overlaying the sombre tone of two men coping with losing a good friend.

I certainly recommend giving it a shot, you may be surprised. 7/10

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