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An unhinged parody of [[Feature~V158529~James Bond~jamesbond[filmseries]]] theatrics, Johnny English finds Mr. Bean himself suiting up as the eponymous super spy for a series of wild and silly adventures. A lowly pencil pusher working for the MI7 agency, Johnny English ([[Performer~P2727~Rowan Atkinson~rowanatkinson]]) is suddenly promoted to super spy after Agent One is assassinated and every other agent is blown up at his funeral. When billionaire entrepreneur Pascal Sauvage ([[Performer~P44846~John Malkovich~johnmalkovich]]) sponsors the exhibition of the Crown Jewels and the valuable gems disappear on the opening night, and on the watch of English, the newly designated agent must jump into action to uncover the thief and procure the missing valuables. Tracking the thieves' underground escape route with sidekick Bough ([[Performer~P102842~Ben Miller~benmiller]]), English locks in on Sauvage despite repeated assurances by boss Pegasus ([[Performer~P56814~Tim Pigott-Smith~timpigottsmith]]) that the respected entrepreneur has nothing to do with the crime. Could the mysterious Lorna ([[Performer~P353069~Natalie Imbruglia~natalieimbruglia]]), who has an odd habit of turning up at the wrong place at the wrong time, hold the key to helping Johnny? A massive hit overseas, Johnny English held its own at the box office in early April 2003, and was slated for wide release in the U.S. If the spoofing in Johnny English strikes especially close to home, that may be because the film was scripted by [[Performer~P107237~Neal Purvis~nealpurvis]] and [[Performer~P115680~Robert Wade~robertwade]], who teamed to pen such [[Feature~V158529~Bond~jamesbond[filmseries]]] adventures as [[Feature~V267158~Die Another Day~dieanotherday]] and [[Feature~V181130~The World is Not Enough~theworldisnotenough]]. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:July 18, 2003


Rowan Atkinson
as Johnny English
John Malkovich
as Pascal Sauvage
Natalie Imbruglia
as Lorna Campbell
Ben Miller
as Bough
Douglas McFerran
as Carlos Vendetta
Tim Pigott-Smith
as Pegasus
Kevin McNally
as Prime Minister
Takuya Matsumoto
as Sushi Waiter
Neville Phillips
as Priest
Chris Tarrant
as Radio Announcer
Martin Lawton
as Hearse Driver
Radha Mitchell
Tim Berrington
as Roger
Steve Nicolson
as Dieter Klein
Faruk Pruti
as Truth Serum Guard
Jack Raymond
as French Reception Waiter
Henry Naylor
as Bough
Rowland Davies
as Sir Anthony Chevenix
Sam Beazley
as Elderly Man
Kevin Moore
as Doctor
Peter Tenn
as Sushi Bar Customer
Philippa Fordham
as Snobby Woman
Jenny Galloway
as Foreign Secretary
Trevor McDonald
as Newscaster
Nina Young
as Pegasus' Secretary
Oliver Ford Davies
as Archbishop of Canterbury
Marc Danbury
as Guard
James Greene
as Scottish Bishop
Greg Wise
as Agent One
Terence Harvey
as Official at Funeral
Clive Graham
as Welsh Bishop


Peter Howitt
Tim Bevan
Mark Huffman
Eric Fellner
Mark Huffam
Gillian Dodders
Dialogue Writer
Robert Wade
William Davies
Neal Purvis
Remi Adefarasin
Nick Angel
Musical Direction/Supervision
Ed Shearmur
Composer (Music Score)
Robin Sales
Chris Seagers
Production Designer
David Warren
Art Director
John Frankish
Supervising Art Director
Alan Gilmore
Art Director
Liza Chasin
Jo Burn
Debra Hayward
John Bush
Set Designer
Jill Taylor
Costume Designer
Graham Daniel
Sound/Sound Designer
Adam Somner
First Assistant Director
Alex Kirby
First Assistant Director
Robbie Williams
Simon Finney
Camera Operator
Priscilla John
John Daly
Additional Cinematography
Alexandra Raveane
Assistant Dialogue Editor
Stuart Bunting
Sarah-Jane Wright
Production Executive
Emma Horton
Second Assistant Director
Andrew Wilkinson
Assistant Sound Editor
Louis Elman
ADR Voice Casting
Jonathan Hook
Assistant Location Manager
Andy Surry
Emma Sheldrick
Jonathan Sales
First Assistant Editor
Kim Whittaker
Emma Vane
Glenn Freemantle
Supervising Sound Editor
Elaine Burt
Production Coordinator
Paula Boram
Foley Artist
Natasha Wilkinson
Assistant Editor
Clarissa Newman
Personal Assistant
Aliza James
Personal Assistant
Sallie Jaye
Jeanette Haley
Post Production Supervisor
Richard Goodwin
Third Assistant Director
Gillian Dodders
ADR Editor
John Adefarasin
Camera Loader
Faith Allbesson
Casting Assistant
Richard Briscoe
Visual Effects Supervisor
Michelle Wright
Executive in Charge of Production
Julian Ashby
Jules Baker-Smith
Personal Assistant
Charlotte Sewell
Assistant Costume Designer
Ted Ladlow
Unit Production Manager
Jorge Menna
Sam Donovan
Script Supervisor
Ella Hastings
Costumes Assistant
Sarah "Toad" Tozer
Peter Chiang
Special Effects Supervisor
Peter Chiang
Second Unit Director
Dianne Greaves
Foley Artist
Remo Tozzi
Kate Benton
Tim Guthrie
Costumes Assistant
Lorna McGowan
Mark Heslop
Foley Editor
Charlotte Finlay
Costumes Supervisor
Angus More Gordon
Location Manager
Gabrielle Smith
Assistant Editor