STARRING THE LATE, GREAT PETER BOWLES, HANNAH WADDINGHAM, COLIN SALMON, JASON FLEMYNG, LARRY LAMB, BEN STARR & ROBERT PORTAL.
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See the latest trailer for Great in Britain: The Movie. If you are in the USA or UK you can rent it now on Amazon's Prime Video.
Hannah Waddingham steals the show with two classic lines.
The late, great Peter Bowles, Hannah Waddingham & Ben Starr give a lesson in perfect comedy timing in a memorable scene from the movie.
A reminder of what a talent our choreographer Jason Gardiner is. A clip from one of the dance numbers he choreographed that features Strictly Come Dancing winner Tom Chambers and Charlotte Gooch. The entire scene was shot in Kew Gardens, England.
Performed by Hannah Waddingam, who also co-stars in the movie, the Strange Shapes scene is a fan favourite. The clip features Stephanie Leonidas and Ben Starr.
The 'We All Have a Star Inside' scene from Great In Britain: The Movie performed by Stefan Booth.
God, played by Scots actor Jim Sturgeon, makes an unexpected appearance halfway through the film in an alternate cut of the scene that appears in the film.
The late, great Peter Bowles gives some sage advice for life in an alternate cut of the scene that appears in the film.
A scene from Great in Britain: The Movie featuring the late, great Peter Bowles, Stephanie Leonidas and Ben Starr. The scene was shot on a cold day in Kew, England and features Peter Bowles reading a poem by Walt Whitman. The charm, humour and grace Bowles brought to the film as Sir Edward Mead were immeasurable and he stole the show in every scene he appeared in. Peter Bowles was one of a kind and was truly a great in Britain. Thank you, Peter.
GREAT IN BRITAIN: THE MOVIE QUOTABLES
'if morals are a compass why do we need satellite navigation'
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