Getting It Right

Overview

Based on Elizabeth Jane Howard's novel, Getting It Right this charming comedy follows the story of Gavin Lamb Jesse Birdsall, a 31 year-old virgin who is terrified with women and still lives with his parents. Nevertheless, he becomes the subject of desire for a variety of women, including a single mother Jane Horrocks, a wealthy pregnant girl Helen Bonham Carter and a middle-aged socialite Lynn Redgrave. Gavin eventually finds love with one of the three women in this engaging, ...
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Overview

Based on Elizabeth Jane Howard's novel, Getting It Right this charming comedy follows the story of Gavin Lamb Jesse Birdsall, a 31 year-old virgin who is terrified with women and still lives with his parents. Nevertheless, he becomes the subject of desire for a variety of women, including a single mother Jane Horrocks, a wealthy pregnant girl Helen Bonham Carter and a middle-aged socialite Lynn Redgrave. Gavin eventually finds love with one of the three women in this engaging, low-key romantic comedy.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/6/2011
  • UPC: 883904256786
  • Original Release: 1989
  • Source: Mgm Mod
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 50,138

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jesse Birdsall Gavin Lamb
Helena Bonham Carter Minerva Munday
Peter Cook Mr. Adrian
Lynn Redgrave Joan
Jane Horrocks Jenny
John Gielgud Sir Gordon Munday
Richard Huw Harry
Pat Heywood Mrs. Lamb
Judy Parfitt Stella Munday
Bryan Pringle Mr. Lamb
Noriko Aida Maid
John Cashmore Opera Singer
Cut Double Rock Band
Rupert Holliday Evans Peter
Elizabeth Jane Howard Woman at Party
Lula Ioannou Salon Junior
Richard MacDonald Man at Opera
Ben Miles Spiro
Anne-Marie Owens Opera Singer
Pauline Quirke Muriel Sutton
Ian Redford Bill
Richard Strange Sheila's Friend
Vivian Tierney Opera Singer
Janet Amsden Mrs. Blake
Cyril Conway Manservant
Aimée Delamain Mrs. Arbuthnot
Kevin Drinkwater Winthrop
Shirley Ann Field Anne
Irene Marot Sheila
Sarah Morgan Salon Junior
Nan Munro Lady Blackwater
Joey Andrews Luke
June C. Ellis Mrs. Wagstaffe
Technical Credits
Randal Kleiser Director, Co-producer
Caroline Amies Production Designer
Sue Black Makeup
Jeff Gourson Associate Producer
Gregory Hinton Co-producer
Elizabeth Jane Howard Screenwriter
Christian Kelly Editor
Jonathan D. Krane Co-producer
Rusty Lemorande Executive Producer
Hazel Pethig Costumes/Costume Designer
Clive Tickner Cinematographer
Colin Towns Score Composer
Steve Tyrell Score Composer
Frank Walsh Art Director
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