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Wodehouse in Exile ()


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An all-star cast heads up this intimate film about how author, P.G.Wodehouse, came to face a charge of treason during the Second World War and how this quintessential Englishman, creator of... See more »

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P. G. Wodehouse
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Ethel Wodehouse
Curran McKay ...
German Soldier
Simon Coury ...
Algy
Robert Cooper ...
Arthur Grant
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Mackintosh
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Leonora Cazalet
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Peter Cazalet
Niall Cusack ...
Buchelt
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Reynolds
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Gestapo Man
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Angus Thuermer
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Werner Plack
Faolan Morgan ...
German Sergeant
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Paul Schmidt
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German Officer
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Alfred Duff Cooper (as Patrick Fitzsymons)
Conor Morrison ...
Assistant
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1st Reporter
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2nd Reporter
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Driver
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German Journalist
Michael Liebmann ...
Maitre D'
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Malcolm Muggeridge
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Major Cussen
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French Police Inspector
Sean Sloan ...
Doctor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eirik Bar ...
German Soldier (VO)
Hugh David Irvine ...
Internment prisinor (uncredited)
Gerald McMullan ...
Extra (uncredited)

Directed by

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Tim Fywell

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Nigel Williams ... ()

Produced by

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Robert Cooper ... executive producer
Carol Moorhead ... line producer
Kate Triggs ... producer

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Owen McPolin ... director of photography

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Emma Oxley

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Scott Ferguson ... assistant editor

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Georgia Simpson

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Tom McCullagh

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Sara-Jo Baugh

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Maggie Donnelly

Makeup Department

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Deborah McCarthy ... key hair stylist
Pamela Smyth ... makeup designer
Robyn Wheeler ... hair and make up assistant

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Therese Friel ... second assistant director
Jonathan Quinlan ... third assistant director
Jonathan Shaw ... first assistant director
Alison Whearty ... trainee assistant director

Art Department

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Michael Cullen ... dressing props
Tom Dalzell ... carpenter
Kevin Fraser ... master painter
Nicholas Keogh ... stagehand
Darren Lyttle ... property master
Catherine MacFerran ... props buyer
Peter Marley ... trainee stand-by props
Chris Moore ... standby props
Ryan Murdock ... carpenter
Mick Murray ... painter
Ivan Nesbitt ... dressing props
Laura Ng ... standby art director
Lynn Wilson ... art department trainee
Owen Black ... art department assistant (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Ben Brazier ... foley mixer
Robert Brazier ... supervising sound editor
Sue Harding ... foley artist
Ronan Hill ... sound recordist
Bob Jackson ... re-recording mixer
Simon Kerr ... sound maintenance
Daniel McCabe ... sound assistant (as Daniel David McCabe)
Rowena Wilkinson ... foley artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert Cooper ... stills photographer
Eric Greenberg ... focus puller
Gareth Heatherington ... electrician
Jamie Jackson ... assistant camera
Brian Livingstone ... gaffer
Martin Lorimer ... camera trainee
Seamus Lynch ... best boy
Ian Marrs ... digital imaging technician
Ian McGurrell ... grip
Dennis Mulholland ... genny operator
Ger O'Hagan ... electrician

Casting Department

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Maria Mulhall ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ciaran Curry ... costume assistant
Kathryn Donaldson ... costume supervisor
Nadine Henderson ... costume seamstress

Location Management

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Andrew Wilson ... location manager

Other crew

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Jordan Campbell ... script supervisor
Damien Glenholmes ... unit manager
Tom Maguire ... production accountant
Lynda Marshall ... script supervisor
Cathy Mooney ... production supervisor
Anna Quinn ... production assistant
Michele Viney ... assistant accountant

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Plot Summary

An all-star cast heads up this intimate film about how author, P.G.Wodehouse, came to face a charge of treason during the Second World War and how this quintessential Englishman, creator of Jeeves and Wooster, became an exile from his own country and never set foot on English soil again. Written by Kate Triggs

Taglines P. G. Wodehouse is accused of treason. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Wodehouse In Exile (United Kingdom)
  • Wodehouse: An Innocent Abroad
  • Вудхаус в изгнании (Russia)
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  • 82 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs Malcolm Muggeridge only attained the rank of Captain by the end of the war yet here he is a Major. But officers in the Intelligence Corps were sometimes known to have worked under a different name or rank. See more »

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