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Four Weddings and a Funeral

Directed by

Mike Newell


Charles - Wedding One
James Fleet
Tom - Wedding One
Simon Callow
Gareth - Wedding One
John Hannah
Matthew - Wedding One
Kristin Scott Thomas
Fiona - Wedding One
David Bower
David - Wedding One
Charlotte Coleman
Scarlett - Wedding One
Carrie - Wedding One
Timothy Walker
Angus the Groom - Wedding One
Sara Crowe
Laura the Bride - Wedding One
Ronald Herdman
Vicar - Wedding One
Elspet Gray
Laura's Mother - Wedding One
Philip Voss
Laura's Father - Wedding One
Rupert Vansittart
George the Boor at The Boatman - Wedding One
Nicola Walker
Frightful Folk Duo - Wedding One
Paul Stacey
Frightful Folk Duo - Wedding One
Simon Kunz
John with the Unfaithful Wife - Wedding One
Father Gerald - Wedding Two
Robin McCaffrey
Serena - Wedding One
Michael Mears
The Boatman Waiter - Wedding One
Kenneth Griffith
Mad Old Man - Wedding One
David Haig
Bernard the Groom - Wedding Two
Sophie Thompson
Lydia the Bride - Wedding Two
Corin Redgrave
Hamish - Wedding Three
Donald Weedon
Master of Ceremonies - Wedding Two
Nigel Hastings
Tea-Tasting Alistair - Wedding Two
Emily Morgan
Vomiting Veronica - Wedding Two
Amanda Mealing
Naughty Nicki - Wedding Two
Melissa Knatchbull
Mocking Martha - Wedding Two
Polly Kemp
Miss Piggy - Wedding Two
Anna Chancellor
Henrietta - Wedding Two
Hannah Taylor Gordon
Young Bridesmaid - Wedding Two
Bernice Stegers
Shop Assistant - Wedding Two
Robert Lang
Lord Hibbott - Wedding Two
Jeremy Kemp
Sir John Delaney - Wedding Two
Rosalie Crutchley
Mrs. Beaumont - Wedding Two
Ken Drury
Vicar - Wedding Three
Struan Rodger
Best Man - Wedding Three
Lucy Hornak
Married Woman - Wedding Three
Randall Paul
Chester - Wedding Three
Pat Starr
Gareth's Dance Partner - Wedding Three
Tim Thomas
Doctor - Wedding Three
Neville Phillips
Vicar - Funeral
Susanna Hamnett
Deirdre - Wedding Four
John Abbott
Polite Verger - Wedding Four
Richard Butler
Vicar - Wedding Four
David Wright
Rock and Roll Band Member - Wedding One
Ray Uren
Rock and Roll Band Member - Wedding One
Gordon Blackwell
Rock and Roll Band Member - Wedding One
Ron Griffiths
Rock and Roll Band Member - Wedding One
Richard Allen
Swing Band Member - Wedding Two
Mark James
Swing Band Member - Wedding Two
Jason Bruer
Swing Band Member - Wedding Two
Simon Wallace
Swing Band Member - Wedding Two
Jason McDermid
Swing Band Member - Wedding Two
Bryn Burrows
Swing Band Member - Wedding Two
Paulette Ivory
Swing Band Member - Wedding Two
Christine Hewett
Wedding Guest
Juliette James
Bride's Mother
Duncan Kenworthy
Matthew's Gorgeous New Boyfriend
Dexter Koh
Page boy
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Year: 1994
 117 minutes (1 hrs 57 mins)
UK release date UK release: 13th May 1994
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 15th April 1994
MPAA Age Rating: Four Weddings and a Funeral R age rating 
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UK BBFC Certificate: 15
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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 8

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Highest new film of the week is Tammy which we all had high hopes for but in the end struggled to get a top 5 entry with £471,429 over the weekend.

The only other new film this week is The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared at 11.

Looking back

A Year ago Despicable Me was still a the top of the UK box office keeping Now You See Me from the top meaning it debuted at 2.

Five years ago Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs was the new top film which it did on it's debut week of release.

Ten years ago number one and highest new film was Shrek 2 which knocked Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban from the top.

Fifteen years ago The Mummy was still the top film in the UK while Sean Connery was the highest new entry at 2 with Entrapment.

Twenty yeas ago the original The Flintstones movie was the top film in the country for the month of July knocking Four Weddings and a Funeral from the top.

Twenty five years ago Batman was still the top film for the month of July but Indianan Jones and the Last Crusade and Licence to Kill were doing well.

The biggest of the weeks new releases hits the top of the box office with no current releases able to challenge it.

The 21 Jump Street sequel 22 Jump Street debuts at the top of the box office this week with a weekend take of around £4.8 million.

21 Jump Street was released in March 2012, a tougher time of year for a films release, it debuted at 2 taking £1.5 on it's debut going on to take nearly 10 million over 7 weeks. With better reviews this time around 22 should do better.

Jump Street removes last week top film Maleficent down to the runner up position although it still manages a £2 million weekend with a 10 day gross of £11 million.

Little else doing well on the box office this week, especially Grace of Monaco with enters the box office at 9 with just over £200,000 is takings, the one off D-Day concert did better from far less screens.

This time last year and despite the terrible reviews Will Smith and son debuted at the top with After Earth knocking The Hangover Part III to second place.

Five years ago the Terminator saga continued with Terminator Salvation taking over at the top on it's debut knocking Night at the Museum 2 down to second place.

Ten years ago Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban took over from The Day After Tomorrow at the top which fell to second place.

Fifteen years ago Notting Hill retained it's place at the top for a second week leaving Human Traffic to debut at 3 at the highest new film.

Twenty years ago Four Weddings and a Funeral was still the top film around with Beverly Hills Cop III and Bad Girls debuting well.

Twenty Five years ago Indianan Jones and the Last Crusade was still the top film in June with the Bond film Licence to Kill and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels debuting well.