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Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)

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A chaotic Bridget Jones meets a snobbish lawyer, and he soon enters her world of imperfections.

Director: Sharon Maguire
Writers: Helen Fielding, Andrew Davies, Richard Curtis.

Release Date: 2001-04-13
Status: Released
Run time: 97 min / 1:37
Budget: $25,000,000
Revenue: $281,929,795
Production Companies : Miramax Films, Universal Pictures, Working Title Films, Little Bird, StudioCanal
Production Countries: France, Ireland, United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 2001-04-13
Status: Released
Run time: 97 min / 1:37
Budget: $25,000,000
Revenue: $281,929,795

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Casts

Renée Zellweger
as Bridget Jones
Colin Firth
as Mark Darcy
Hugh Grant
as Daniel Cleaver
Gemma Jones
as Bridget's Mum
Jim Broadbent
as Bridget's Dad
James Callis
as Tom
Sally Phillips
as Shazza
Shirley Henderson
as Jude
Embeth Davidtz
as Natasha
Lisa Barbuscia
as Lara
Celia Imrie
as Una Alconbury
James Faulkner
as Uncle Geoffrey
Charmian May
as Mrs. Darcy
Paul Brooke
as Mr. Fitzherbert
Felicity Montagu
as Perpetua
Neil Pearson
as Richard Finch
Honor Blackman
as Penny Husbands-Bosworth
Patrick Barlow
as Julian
Gareth Marks
as Simon in Marketing
Claire Skinner
as Magda
Dolly Wells
as Woney
Mark Lingwood
as Cosmo
Sara Stockbridge
as Melinda
Donald Douglas
as Mr. Darcy
Dominic McHale
as Bernard
Joan Blackham
as Shirley
Toby Whithouse
as Alastair
Emma Amos
as Paula
Sulayman Al-Bassam
as Kafir Aghani
Lisa Kay
as Eleanor Rose Heaney
John Clegg
as Elderly Man
Renu Setna
as Mr Ramdas
Charlie Caine
as Handsome Stranger
Stefan Booth
as Drunken Man
Matthew Bates
as Kafka Author
Rebecca Charles
as Receptionist
Salman Rushdie
as Himself
Jeffrey Archer
as Himself
Crispin Bonham-Carter
as Greg (uncredited)
David Cann
as Sit Up Britain Cameraman (uncredited)
Sarah Alexander
as Daniel Cleaver Lover (uncredited)

Crew

Production Brian Donovan Production Supervisor
Production Michelle Guish Casting
Production Peter McAleese Line Producer
Sound Patrick Doyle Original Music Composer
Art Gemma Jackson Production Design
Editing Martin Walsh Editor
Camera Stuart Dryburgh Director of Photography
Production Helen Fielding Executive Producer
Writing Helen Fielding Novel
Writing Helen Fielding Screenplay
Writing Andrew Davies Screenplay
Writing Richard Curtis Screenplay
Production Tim Bevan Producer
Production Eric Fellner Producer
Production Jonathan Cavendish Producer
Directing Sharon Maguire Director
Sound David Crozier Sound mixer
Sound Michael Higham Music Editor
Costume & Make-Up Carmel Jackson Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Lorna McGowan Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Rachael Fleming Costume Design
Production Liza Chasin Co-Producer
Production Debra Hayward Co-Producer
Art Andrea Couch Art Department Assistant
Art Paul Cross Art Direction
Art Paul Inglis Assistant Art Director
Art Alan Chesters Construction Coordinator
Art Michael Gunner Painter
Art Shirley Lixenberg Set Decoration
Art Fergus Clegg Set Decoration Buyer
Art Robert Betts Standby Painter
Camera Buddy Blackwell Additional Photography
Camera Darren De'Ath Camera Operator
Camera Charlie Woodburn First Assistant Camera
Camera Marc Wolff Helicopter Camera
Camera Peter Robertson Steadicam Operator
Camera Alex Bailey Still Photographer
Costume & Make-Up Stephen Noble Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Graham Johnston Hair Designer
Costume & Make-Up Vanessa White Makeup Designer
Costume & Make-Up Josephine Warne Set Dressing Production Assistant
Crew Ray Bell-Chambers Carpenter
Crew Alison Mahoney Choreographer
Crew Colin Laski Digital Effects Supervisor
Crew Paul Brosnan Driver
Crew Jeanette Haley Post Production Supervisor
Crew Cilla Ware Second Unit Cinematographer
Crew Amy Coop Stand In
Crew Peter Brayham Stunts Coordinator
Art David Warren Supervising Art Director
Crew Martin Preston Technical Supervisor
Crew Stacy Mann Unit Publicist
Crew Mike Clark-Hall Video Assist Operator
Crew John Seymour Visual Effects Editor
Directing Pat Rambaut Script Supervisor
Editing Peter Hunt Color Timer
Editing Alastair Grimshaw First Assistant Editor
Lighting Chris Gilbertson Electrician
Lighting Gary Colkett Gaffer
Production Michelle Wright Executive In Charge Of Production
Production Benjamin Greenacre Location Manager
Production Wendy Ellerker Production Accountant
Production Hermione Ninnim Production Coordinator
Production Em. L. Muslin Production Manager
Sound Tony Bell Boom Operator
Sound Ricky Butt Foley
Sound Nick Angel Music Supervisor
Sound Lawrence Ashmore Orchestrator
Sound John Hayward Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Glenn Freemantle Supervising Sound Editor
Visual Effects David Harris Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Hal Couzens Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Matthew Holben Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Frazer Churchill Visual Effects Supervisor
Writing Jane Clark Storyboard
Sound Andy Richards Songs
Sound Michael Denner Dolby Consultant
Production Claire Tovey Unit Manager
Camera Charlie England Camera Loader
Camera Nick Ray Key Grip
Directing Stuart Renfrew First Assistant Director
Sound Gillian Dodders ADR Editor
Art Bruce Bigg Property Master
Sound David John Sound Recordist
Art Janice Mordue Title Designer
Camera Adam Dale Aerial Camera
Camera Malcolm Beale Grip
Costume & Make-Up Natalie Ward Wardrobe Supervisor
Directing Laura Gwynne Continuity
Directing Finn McGrath Second Assistant Director
Directing Ed Raymond Third Assistant Director
Production Louis Elman ADR Voice Casting
Production Gaby Kester Casting Assistant
Sound Tom Sayers Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Peter Holt Foley Editor
Sound Tonia Davall Musician

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