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I Capture the Castle (11-Jan-2003)

Director: Tim Fywell

Writer: Heidi Thomas

From novel by: Dodie Smith

Music by: Dario Marianelli

Producer: David Parfitt

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marc Blucas
Actor
11-Jan-1972   Riley Finn on Buffy
Rose Byrne
Actor
24-Jul-1979   The Goddess of 1967
Henry Cavill
Actor
5-May-1983   The Tudors
Sinéad Cusack
Actor
18-Feb-1948   Stealing Beauty
Tara Fitzgerald
Actor
18-Sep-1967   Sirens
Romola Garai
Actor
1-Jul-1982   Rory O'Shea Was Here
Bill Nighy
Actor
12-Dec-1949   Love Actually
Henry Thomas
Actor
8-Sep-1971   E.T.: The Extraterrestrial

CAST

Marc Blucas   ...   Neil
Rose Byrne   ...   Rose
Sinéad Cusack   ...   Mrs. Cotton
Tara Fitzgerald   ...   Topaz
Romola Garai   ...   Cassandra
Bill Nighy   ...   Mortmain
and
Henry Thomas   ...   Simon
David Bamber   ...   Vicar
Henry Cavill   ...   Stephen
James Faulkner   ...   Aubrey Fox-Cotton
Sarah Woodward   ...   Leda Fox-Cotton
Sophie Stuckey   ...   Cassandra (Aged 7)
Helena Little   ...   Mother
Florence Jones   ...   Rose (Aged 10)
Harrison Ward   ...   Thomas (Aged 4)
Joe Sowerbutts   ...   Thomas
Ray De-Haan   ...   Neighbour
Sorel Johnson   ...   Lady in Simpsons
Dolly Wells   ...   Fur Department Vendeuse
James Warrior   ...   Station Master
Christopher Ettridge   ...   Station Bystander
Jean Warren   ...   Waitress in Café
Bernadette Windsor   ...   Girl in Café

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