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Nicholas Nickleby

132 min
Drama | Romance
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Douglas McGrath
Nominated for Golden Globe. Another 1 win & 4 nominations
Country: UK
Release Date: 2003-05-29
Filming Locations: Churchill College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK
Budget: $10,000,000
Opening Weekend: $42,864 (USA) (29 December 2002)
Gross: $1,587,173 (USA) (1 May 2003)
Charlie Hunnam
Charlie Hunnam
Nicholas Nickleby
Stella Gonet
Mrs. Nickleby
Andrew Havill
Mr. Nickleby
Henry McGrath
Child Nicholas Nickleby
Hugh Mitchell
Boy Nicholas Nickleby
Poppy Rogers
Child Kate Nickleby
Jessie Lou Roberts
Young Kate Nickleby
Romola Garai
Kate Nickleby
Tom Courtenay
Newman Noggs
Christopher Plummer
Ralph Nickleby
Anne Hathaway
Madeline Bray
Jim Broadbent
Mr. Wackford Squeers
Angela Curran
Jamie Bell
Juliet Stevenson
Mrs. Squeers
Bruce Cook
Little Wackford Squeers
Greg Sheffield
Alexander Graham
Jordan Calvert
First Boy
Joel Pitts
Second Boy
Billy Hill
Heather Goldenhersh
Fanny Squeers
Lucy Davis
Maid (as Lucy Davies)
Helen Coker
Kevin McKidd
John Browdie
Edward Fox
Sir Mulberry Hawk
Nicholas Rowe
Lord Verisopht
Angus Wright
Mr. Pluck
Nathan Lane
Vincent Crummles
Barry Humphries
Mrs. Crummles
Alan Cumming
Mr. Folair
Eileen Walsh
The Infant Phenomenon
Alfred Harmsworth
Young Smike
Mark Wells
Romeo in play
Daisy Haggard
Juliet in play
Jacob Engelberg
Boy Messenger (as Jacob Engleberg)
Philip Davis
Sophie Thompson
Miss Lacreevy
Timothy Spall
Charles Cheeryble
Gerard Horan
Ned Cheeryble
Lisa Martin
Ribbon Girl
William Ash
David Bradley
Nigel Bray
Celia Henebury
Mrs. Bray
Edward Hogg
Young Mr. Bray
Roger Ashton-Griffiths
Diana Morrison
Bray's Maid
Amber Batty
Mrs. Ralph Nickleby
Mark Dexter
Young Ralph Nickleby
Mark Meadows
Lone Soldier
Greg Bennett
Theatre Goer (uncredited)
Did you know?
Miranda Richardson was set to play Mrs Squeers, but she declined so she could concentrate on three much more demanding roles in Spider (2002).
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Timothy Spall previously appeared in The Royal Shakespeare Company's landmark 9-hour stage adaptation of The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1980), playing Mr. Folair and Young Wackford. He had left the company by the time it was filmed for television as The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1982) and thus does not appear in that mini series.
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French visa # 111470.
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Just before Vincent Crummles announces that they're losing money with the current play, Mr. Folair can be seen grabbing the fire prop twice in two different shots.
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When Nicholas leaves Madeleine's apartment for the first time, it appears to be in the basement. When he rushes to save her from marrying Mulberry Hawk, he runs up many flights of steps to get to the apartment.
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Nicholas's letter from Dotheboys to Ralph Nickleby carries a postage stamp. These did not exist in the 1830s.
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Mrs. Crummles: Let us use our bodies as instruments, and quiver together, until music comes out.
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John Browdie: Wait. I say Wait. I've come from the schoolhouse. Mr Squeers says he was attacked. Beaten, and nearly sensless. When he said it was thee who did it, I knew thee must nor be allowed to leave...
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John Browdie: [of the kidnapped Smike] He's in the schoolmaster's room, next to Tilda's and my room.
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Charlie Hunnam
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