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Nanny McPhee Returns (24-Mar-2010)

Original Title: Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang

Director: Susanna White

Writer: Emma Thompson

From juvenile novels by: Christianna Brand

Music by: James Newton Howard

Producers: Lindsay Doran; Tim Bevan; Eric Fellner

Keywords: Fantasy

Sequel to Nanny McPhee (2005).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bill Bailey
Comic
24-Feb-1964   Panelist, Never Mind the Buzzcocks
Ralph Fiennes
Actor
22-Dec-1962   The English Patient
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Actor
16-Nov-1977   Secretary
Rhys Ifans
Actor
22-Jul-1968   Notting Hill
Ewan McGregor
Actor
31-Mar-1971   Trainspotting
Maggie Smith
Actor
28-Dec-1934   Prof. McGonagall in Harry Potter
Emma Thompson
Actor
15-Apr-1959   Howard's End

CAST

Emma Thompson   ...   Nanny McPhee
Maggie Gyllenhaal   ...   Isabel Green
Rhys Ifans   ...   Phil Green
Maggie Smith   ...   Mrs. Docherty
Bill Bailey   ...   Farmer Macreadie
Sam Kelly   ...   Mr. Docherty
Daniel Mays   ...   Blenkinsop
Asa Butterfield   ...   Norman Green
Oscar Steer   ...   Vincent Green
Rosie Taylor-Ritson   ...   Celia Gray
Eros Vlahos   ...   Cyril Gray
Lil Woods   ...   Megsie Green
Sinead Matthews   ...   Miss Topsey
Katy Brand   ...   Miss Turvey
Ewan McGregor   ...   Mr. Green
Nonso Anozie   ...   Sgt. Jeffreys
Ralph Fiennes   ...   Lord Gray
Ed Stoppard   ...   Lt. Addis
Toby Sedgwick   ...   Enemy Pilot

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