Gosford Park [Blu-ray]

Gosford Park [Blu-ray]

Director: Robert Altman Cast: Michael Gambon
Michael Gambon
, Kristin Scott Thomas
Kristin Scott Thomas
, Maggie Smith
Maggie Smith
, Helen Mirren
Helen Mirren
Robert Altman
Gosford Park [Blu-ray]

Gosford Park [Blu-ray]

Director: Robert Altman Cast: Michael Gambon
Michael Gambon
, Kristin Scott Thomas
Kristin Scott Thomas
, Maggie Smith
Maggie Smith
, Helen Mirren
Helen Mirren
Robert Altman


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Maverick American filmmaker Robert Altman takes a witty and absorbing look at the foibles of the British class system in this intelligent murder mystery set in the early '30s. Sir William McCordle (Michael Gambon) and his wife Lady Sylvia (Kristin Scott Thomas) are a pair of wealthy British socialites who have invited a variety of friends, relatives, and acquaintances to their mansion in the country for a weekend of hunting and relaxation. Among the honored guests are Constance (Maggie Smith), Lady Sylvia's matronly aunt; Ivor Novello (Jeremy Northam), William's cousin who is also a well-known actor and songwriter; and Morris Weissman (Bob Balaban), an American film producer who is friendly with Ivor and researching an upcoming project. Observing the proceedings are the domestic staff of the mansion, including imperious butler Jennings (Alan Bates); footmen George (Richard E. Grant) and Arthur (Jeremy Swift); Probert (Derek Jacobi), a valet to Sir William; housekeeper Mrs. Wilson (Helen Mirren); Mrs. Croft (Eileen Atkins), who oversees the kitchen; and Elsie (Emily Watson), a maid. Also on hand are the guests' personal servants, including Mary (Kelly Macdonald), Constance's maid; Henry (Ryan Phillippe), Weissman's valet; and Parks (Clive Owens), a butler. While the servants are required to display a high level of decorum, they are expected to be passive observers who do not comment on what they see, though the gossip among them travels thick and fast once they retire to the servants' quarters downstairs. And it turns out that there's plenty worth gossiping about, especially after Sir William turns up dead, and everyone is ordered to stay at the mansion while the police investigate the killing. Gosford Park also features Charles Dance, Tom Hollander, Natasha Wightman, and Ron Webster; the screenplay was written by Julian Fellowes, based on a story by Altman and co-star Bob Balaban.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/27/2018
UPC: 0760137187882
Original Release: 2001
Rating: R
Source: Arrow Video
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Language: English
Time: 2:11:00
Sales rank: 4,043

Special Features

New restoration from a 4K scan of the original camera negative by Arrow Films, supervised and approved by director of photography Andrew Dunn; Audio commentary by director Robert Altman, production designer Stephen Altman and producer David Levy; Audio commentary by writer-producer Julian Fellowes; Brand-new audio commentary by critics Geoff Andrew and David Thompson (author of Altman on Altman); Introduction by critic Geoff Andrew; Brand new interviews with executive producer Jane Barclay and actress Natasha Dwightman; The making of Gosford Park archive featurette; Keeping Gosford Park Authentic archive featurette; Q&A session with Altman and the cast; Fifteen deleted scenes with optional Altman commentary; Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Gambon Sir William McCordle
Kristin Scott Thomas Lady Sylvia McCordle
Maggie Smith Constance, Countess of Trentham
Helen Mirren Mrs. Wilson
Eileen Atkins Mrs. Croft
Kelly Macdonald Mary Maceachran
Bob Balaban Morris Weissman
Alan Bates Jennings
Richard E. Grant George
Jeremy Northam Ivor Novello
Emily Watson Elsie
Derek Jacobi Probert
Camilla Rutherford Isobel McCordle
Geraldine Somerville Louisa Stockbridge
Charles Dance Raymond Stockbridge
Stephen Fry Insp. Thompson
Ryan Phillippe Henry Denton
Tom Hollander Anthony Meredith
Clive Owen Robert Parks,Lewis, Lady Sylvia's Maid
Natasha Wightman Lavinia Meredith
James Wilby The Hon. Freddie Nesbitt
Claudie Blakley Mabel Nesbitt
Laurence Fox Lord Rupert Standish
Trent Ford Jeremy Blond
Jeremy Swift Arthur, Second Footman
Sophie Thompson Dorothy, Still Room Maid
Teresa Churcher Bertha, Head Kitchen Maid
Sarah Flind Ellen, Junior Kitchen Maid
Lucy Cohu Lottie, Junior Kitchen Maid
Finty Williams Janet, Housemaid
Emma Buckley May, Housemaid
Laura Harling Ethel, Scullery Maid
Tilly Gerrard Maud, Scullery Maid
Will Beer Albert, Servants Hall Footman
Gregor Henderson Begg Fred, Bootboy
Leo Bill Jim, Oddjob Man
Ron Puttock Strutt, Gamekeeper
Adrian Preater McCordles' Loader
Joanna Maude Renee, Louisa's Maid
Adrian Scarborough Barnes, Anthony's Valet
Frances Low Sarah, Lavinia's Maid
John Atterbury Merriman, Constance's Chaffeur
Frank Thornton Burkett, Constance's Butler
Ron Webster Constable Dexter
Ryan Philippe Actor
Robert Altman Actor
Patrick Doyle Actor,Composer
Andrew Dunn Actor
Julian Fellowes Actor
Gilbert Martin Actor
Oliver Rauch Actor
Megan Owen Lewis
George Sherman beater
John Fountain beater
John Cox Loader
Ken Davies Loader
Tony Davies Loader
Steve Markham Loader
Terry Sturmey Loader
Julian Such Loader
Alan Bland beater
Peter Champion beater
Geoff Double beater
Robin Devereux beater
Richard Gamble beater
Brian Rumsey beater
Pip the Dog Widget

Technical Credits
Robert Altman Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Julian Fellowes Screenwriter
Bob Balaban Producer,Screenwriter,Director
Jane Barclay Executive Producer
Stuart Brisdon Special Effects
Sharon Harel Executive Producer
Hannah Leader Executive Producer
David Levy Producer,Director
Dinny Powell Stunts
Mary Selway Casting
Altman Robert Director
Joshua Astrachan Producer
Jane Frazer Producer
Simon Hughes Special Effects
Hugo Adams Sound Effects
Julie Ankerson Sound Effects
Foluso Aribigbola Sound Effects
John Bateman Sound Effects
Nigel Bennett Sound Effects
Abbi Collins Stunts
Michael Turoff Special Effects
James Fellowes Screenwriter
Sharon Harell Executive Producer
Peter Gossop Sound Mixer
Robert Jones Executive Producer
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