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A hapless loser sells his soul to the Devil in exchange for seven wishes, but has trouble winning over the girl of his dreams.

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George Spiggott
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Stanley Moon
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Margaret
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Lust / Lilian Lust
Alba ...
Vanity
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Anger
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Envy
Parnell McGarry ...
Gluttony
Danièle Noël ...
Avarice (as Daniele Noel)
Howard Goorney ...
Sloth
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Inspector Clarke
Bernard Spear ...
Irving Moses
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Randolph
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Lord Dowdy
Evelyn Moore ...
Mrs. Wisby
Charles Lloyd Pack ...
Vicar
Lockwood West ...
St. Peter
Betty Cooper ...
Sister Phoebe
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Banker (uncredited)
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Cardinal (uncredited)
Georgina Burgess ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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Seed - Sir Stanley Moon's Butler (uncredited)
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God (uncredited) (voice)
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Priest (uncredited)
Peter Hutchins ...
PC Roberts (uncredited)
Sandy Sarjeant ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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TV Announcer (uncredited)
Robin Tolhurst ...
Daphne (uncredited)
Anna Turner ...
Shop Assistant (uncredited)

Directed by

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Stanley Donen

Written by

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Peter Cook ... (screenplay)
 
Peter Cook ... (story) and
Dudley Moore ... (story)

Produced by

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Stanley Donen ... producer

Music by

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Dudley Moore

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Austin Dempster ... director of photography

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Richard Marden

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Mary Kessel ... assistant editor

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Maude Spector

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Terry Knight ... (as Terence Knight)

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Olga Angelinetta ... hairdresser
Jill Carpenter ... makeup artist
Alex Garfath ... makeup artist

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James H. Ware ... production supervisor (as James Ware)

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John Quested ... assistant director
Jonathan Benson ... second assistant director (uncredited)

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Leon Davis ... construction manager
Ted Tester ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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John Purchese ... sound mixer
Terry Rawlings ... dubbing editor
Doug E. Turner ... sound mixer (as Doug. Turner)
Dave Maiden ... sound effects mixer (uncredited)

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Herbert Smith ... camera operator
Roy Larner ... gaffer (uncredited)

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Yvonne Caffin ... costume supervisor
Jean Muir ... clothes designer: Miss Bron

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Maurice Binder ... main title
Valerie Booth ... continuity
Arthur Carroll ... production executive
Clare Rendlesham ... fashion consultant
Alan Arnold ... unit publicist (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

Stanley is a short order cook, infatuated with Margaret, the statuesque waitress who works at Wimpy Bar with him. Despondent, he prepares to end it all when he meets George Spiggott AKA the Devil. Selling his soul for 7 wishes, Stanley tries to make Margaret his own first as an intellectual, then as a rock star, then as a wealthy industrialist. As each fails, he becomes more aware of how empty his life had been and how much more he has to live for. He also meets the seven deadly sins who try and advise him. Written by John Vogel

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Taglines Peter Cook and Dudley Moore in their first starring comedy! [UK} See more »
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Also Known As
  • Stanley Donen's Bedazzled (United Kingdom)
  • Stanley Donen's Bedazzled (United States)
  • Fantasmes (France)
  • Al diablo con el diablo (Spain)
  • Mi amigo el diablo (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 103 min
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Budget $600,000 (estimated)

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Trivia An article about Peter Cook that appeared in the New Yorker stated that the filmmakers didn't have a title for Bedazzled (1967) when it was being made. Cook suggested calling the film Raquel Welch. The producers didn't understand why Cook would want to name the movie after an actress that only appears for a few minutes in it. Cook explained that movie marquees put the lead actors names over the movie title. Thus the letters on the marquee would say "Peter Cook and Dudley Moore in Raquel Welch". The producers ended up going for the more ordinary title. See more »
Goofs (at around 55 mins) During Dudley Moore's song "Love Me" which he sings in character as Stanley Moon, the woman to the right of the screen seems to say repeatedly "Oh Dudley" instead of calling him by his character's name, "Stanley". See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Peter Cook, Dudley Moore & Stanley Donen (1967). See more »
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Crazy Credits The film ends with God laughing at the devil; God's laughter continues intermittently throughout the closing credits. See more »
Quotes Stanley Moon: You're a nutcase! You're a bleedin' nutcase!
George Spiggott: They said the same of Jesus Christ, Freud, and Galileo.
Stanley Moon: They said it of a lot of nutcases too.
George Spiggott: You're not as stupid as you look, are you, Mr. Moon?
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