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Englishman Who Went up a Hill But Came Down A Mountain
     

The Englishman Who Went up a Hill But Came Down A Mountain

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Director: Christopher Monger, Hugh Grant, Tara Fitzgerald, Colm Meaney

Cast: Christopher Monger, Hugh Grant, Tara Fitzgerald, Colm Meaney

 

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Appearing on DVD with a picture in widescreen letterbox format (2.35:1 theatrical aspect ratio), this single-layered DVD version of the film contains only one audio track: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround) with no subtitles. Its sole special or bonus feature is a copy of the theatrical trailer. Picture quality is fairly crisp but suffers from the inevitable black

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Appearing on DVD with a picture in widescreen letterbox format (2.35:1 theatrical aspect ratio), this single-layered DVD version of the film contains only one audio track: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround) with no subtitles. Its sole special or bonus feature is a copy of the theatrical trailer. Picture quality is fairly crisp but suffers from the inevitable black bars on the top and bottom of the screen. Audio quality is adequate, about the equivalent of a television or VHS movie transferred to DVD. The plastic DVD case contains a one-sheet glossy chapter index with a scene from the film on the back of it.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/07/1999
UPC:
0717951003287
Original Release:
1995
Rating:
PG
Source:
Miramax
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time:
1:36:00

Special Features

Theatrical trailer; Dolby surround; Widescreen [2.35:1]

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hugh Grant Reginald Anson
Tara Fitzgerald Betty of Cardiff
Colm Meaney Morgan the Goat
Ian McNeice George Garrad
Ian Hart Johnny Shellschocked
Kenneth Griffith Rev. Robert Jones
Robert Elson Actor
Hugh Vaughn Thomas Twp, Too
Robert Pugh Williams the Petroleum
Robert Blythe Ivor the Grocer
Garfield Morgan Davies the School
David Lloyd Meredith Jones the JP
Jack Walters Grandfather

Technical Credits
Christopher Monger Director,Screenwriter
Chris Lowe Art Director
Sarah Curtis Producer
David Daniels [countertenor] Art Director,Asst. Director
Stephen Endelman Score Composer,Songwriter
Charles Garrad Production Designer
Michelle Guish Casting
Sally Hibbin Executive Producer
Vernon Layton Cinematographer
Dave Martin Editor
George Richards Musical Direction/Supervision
Robert Jones Executive Producer
Paul Sarony Associate Producer
Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer
Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Janty Yates Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Side #1 -- WIDESCREEN
0. Chapter Selection
1. Program Start [:16]
2. Opening Credits [2:47]
3. The Surveyors [8:08]
4. An Educated Man [2:51]
5. Preliminary Reconnoitre [5:38]
6. Historical Measurment [4:15]
7. Disappointment [2:58]
8. Town Meeting [7:05]
9. The Reverend's Request [2:44]
10. "An Honorable People" [7:47]
11. Other Transport [3:55]
12. Miss Elizabeth [3:24]
13. Rain [3:38]
14. Shell-Shocked [1:54]
15. A Gentleman [6:48]
16. Welsh Weather [7:26]
17. "A Prayer Manifest In Soil" [2:17]
18. Something Personal [10:28]
19. Last Request [2:31]
20. A Final Stand [3:20]
21. What Goes Up... [3:06]
22. End Credits [2:14]

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The Englishman Who Went up a Hill But Came Down A Mountain 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an outstanding movie with richly developed characters that will really capture you.  Also great to have a story that centers around a different kind of work rather than a typical business based story
Watches_nearly_anything More than 1 year ago
This charming story is a sly way to teach quite a bit about some recent history of a community without being obvious that it is teaching you anything at all. The characters are interesting and you find yourself wanting to see what they will all do next and before you know it, their history becomes something you care about as well. You go into it without knowing that any such place or the Welsh exist at all and through the course of the storytelling, you find that it has made you want to go there yourself.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago