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UK release date Released: 1st February 2019  |  BBFC Age Rating:  Green Book 12A age rating
Green Book

Directed by


Sebastian Maniscalco
Dimiter D. Marinov
Mike Hatton
P.J. Byrne
Joe Cortese
Maggie Nixon
Von Lewis
Jon Sortland
Don Stark
Anthony Mangano
Paul Sloan
Quinn Duffy
Seth Hurwitz
Hudson Galloway
Gavin Lyle Foley
Rodolfo Vallelonga
Louis Venere
Frank Vallelonga
Don DiPetta
Jenna Laurenzo
Suehyla El-Attar
Kenneth Israel
Derrick Spears
Johnny Williams
Randal Gonzalez
Iqbal Theba
Sharon Landry
Nick Vallelonga
David An
Mike Cerrone
Peter Gabb
Gertrud Sigle
Geraldine Singer
Ron Flagge
Martin Bats Bradford
Ted Huckabee
Gralen Bryant Banks
Sam Malone
Floyd Miles
David Kallaway
James Evermore
Harrison Stone
Ricky Muse
Tom Virtue
Christina Simpkins
Kermit Burns III
Lindsay Brice
Shane Partlow
Daniel Greene
Brian Distance
Craig DiFrancia
Dennis W. Hall
Leslie Castay
David Simpson
Jim Klock
Billy Breed
Dane Rhodes
Brian Stepanek
Jon Michael Davis
Montrel Miller
Ninja N. Devoe
Brian Hayes Currie
Ethan Airhart
Lexi Elizabeth Audler
Lindsay Small Barrios
Brett Beoubay
Rusty Bourg
Tracy Brotherton
Rebecca Chulew
Jay Conlin
John Currie
Karen Dalferes
Douglas DeLisle
Jared Drennan
John Frederick
William E. Harris
Jessica Underwood James
Andreanna L Jenson
Karn Kalra
Steve Kish
Jeffrey Klemmer
Ken Knight
Kate Kuen
Emily LaGroue
Cynthia LeBlanc
Elton LeBlanc
Tonya Maldonado
Phil Meyer
Lauretta Morrison
Shane Pagano
Ron M Patterson
Michael Raymond III
Jeffrey Riseden
Toney Chapman Steele
Shane Waldron
Shane David Waldron
Mike Young

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Green Book won the Oscar for Best film
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UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
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Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 9

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