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The Full Monty

Year:
Duration:
91 min
Genres:
Comedy | Drama | Music
IMDB rate:
7.2
Director:
Peter Cattaneo
Awards:
Won Oscar. Another 34 wins & 28 nominations
Details
Country: UK
Release Date: 1997-09-19
Filming Locations: ASDA Supermarket, Orgreave Way, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, UK
Earnings
Budget: $3,500,000
Opening Weekend: $2,914,175 (USA) (14 September 1997)
Gross: $45,857,453 (USA) (26 April 1998)
Cast
Actor
Character
Hugo Speer
Hugo Speer
The Full Monty
Robert Carlyle
Gaz
Mark Addy
David 'Dave'
William Snape
Nathan
Steve Huison
Lomper
Tom Wilkinson
Gerald
Paul Barber
Horse
Lesley Sharp
Jean
Emily Woof
Mandy
Deirdre Costello
Linda
Paul Butterworth
Barry
Dave Hill
Alan
Bruce Jones
Reg
Andrew Livingston
Terry (as Andrew Livingstone)
Vinny Dhillon
Sharon
Kate Layden
Bee
Joanna Swain
Sheryl
Diane Lane
Louise
Kate Rutter
Dole Clerk
June Broughton
Lomper's Mum
Glenn Cunningham
Police Inspector
Chris Brailsford
Duty Sergeant
Steve Garti
Policeman
Malcolm Pitt
Job Club Manager
Dennis Blanch
Director
Daryl Fishwick
Social Worker
David Lonsdale
Repossession Man
Muriel Hunt
Horse's Mum (as Muriel Hunte)
Fiona Watts
Beryl
Theresa Maduemezia
Horse's Sister
Fiona Nelson
Horse's Sister
The British Steel Stocksbridge Band
Brass Band
Marie Jackman
Audience Member (uncredited)
Enn Reitel
Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Elaine Young
Audience Member (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
The six leads did in fact perform a full-frontal strip-tease in front of 400 extras. Director Peter Cattaneo described it as "a one-take deal."
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The Broadway production of the musical version of the movie "The Full Monty" opened at the Eugene O'Neill Theater in New York on October 26, 2000, ran for 770 performances and was nominated for the 2001 Tony Awards for the Best Musical, Book and Score.
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The original cut of the film was too short, so three months after shooting ended, some more footage was shot, including the football/exercise montage. Robert Carlyle is not in that sequence; the actor was working on another project by then.
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Goofs
In the opening scene, the character of Lomper, the suicidal red-haired man, appears initially marching in the back row of the factory band and then re-appears almost immediately as the security guard.
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After the arrest scene, when Gaz calls to Dave in the store the audio says, "Dave! Oi, ya deaf git," but his mouth clearly says "Dave! Oi, ya deaf twat".
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When the team is supposed to watch the movie Flashdance, they are watching the music video of the theme song "What a Feeling" by Irene Cara instead.
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Quotes
Gaz: Gentlemen, the lunchbox has landed!
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Horse: No, but... what I mean to say is... my willy...
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Dave: [to Gaz] Don't you EVER call me a fat bastard again!
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Photos from cast
Hugo Speer