Release dates: UK  –   December 27, 2004
Official site: n.a.
Director: David Jason
Writer: Douglas Livingstone Writer
Genre: Comedy/Drama
Film Locations:
  • Ambrose Street, York, North Yorkshire, England,
  • UK (Young Dave’s Home)
  • Isle of Man
Plot Summary: Told in flashback full of nostalgia, Dave, Ronno and Charlie are outmatched and outwitted left and right, by their own actions as well as not-easily intimidated females.While Dave and Ronno seek to impress two girls camping nearby, Charlie has fallen for the farmer’s neice. Dave shows he is truly a man of steel as he meets every defeat and humiliation with the English stiff upper lip.
  • David Jason … Dave
  • Hywel Bennett … Ronno
  • Roy Hudd … Charlie
  • Greg Faulkner … Young Dave
  • Max Wrottesley … Young Ronno
  • Jim Sturgess … Young Charlie
  • Rachael Stirling … Young Annabelle
  • Stephen Moyer … Young Danny Duke
  • Jan Harvey … Annabelle
  • Andy Mulligan … Danny Duke
  • Paul Chapman … Lord Westcott
  • Joanna Van Gyseghem … Lady Westcott
  • Amy Marston … Agnes
  • Dolly Wells … Anthea
  • Peter Cellier … Hawkins
  • Jonathan Kydd … George
  • Amelda Brown … Rose
  • Diane Langton … Marian Snr
  • Stefanie Moore … Marian Jnr
  • Bobby Bragg … Compere 1961
  • Lorenzo Camporese … Windscreen Washer
  • Andrew Westfield … Lorry Driver
  • John Elkington … Waiter
  • Eddie Booth … MC 2004
Producer: Steve Christian … executive producer
David Reynolds … executive producer
David Reynolds … producer
Peter Richardson … line producer
Original Music: Ray Russell
Cinematography: Peter Jackson
Editor: David Aspinall
Casting: Marilyn Johnson
Production Design: Alan Davis
Art Direction: Stephen Bradshaw
Set Decoration: n.a.
Visual Effects Gareth Spensley … visual effects artist

Below is a clip of Stephen singing as Young Danny Duke in the film.

Thanks to Billsbabe Parise for the video.

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  1. I happily scrolled through the photo gallery. Stephen is so expressive. Besides being incredibly handsome he can totally rock it vocally. Thank you, Lynn and Parise.

  2. Thanks so much for the update! The pics are great. Stephen is so cute and sexy! Great singing in the “Elvis” style. He looks like he’s having fun!

  3. Stephen has a great voice. I hate to see pictures of him marrying or married to anyone else but Sookie. It hurt my heart all over again

  4. Check out this film, Empathy, and Lillies. Stephen plays some great versatile roles. As far as True Blood goes, Bill says to Sookie when he goes to her house to explain his decision is that all they do is go round and round with their relationship and he wants the best for her. Rewatch that scene again. It makes alot more sense the more you watch that scene.

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