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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