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Moulin Rouge


2001
Moulin Rouge 12 age rating
127 minutes (2 hours 07 minutes)
UK release date 7th September 2001
US release date 1st June 2001
Moulin Rouge

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Starring

Actor
Character
Christian
John Leguizamo
Toulouse-Lautrec
Harold Zidler
Garry McDonald
The Doctor
Jacek Koman
The Unconscious Argentinean
Matthew Whittet
Satie
Kerry Walker
Marie
Caroline O'Connor
Nini Legs In The Air
Christine Anu
Arabia
Natalie Mendoza
China Doll
Lara Mulcahy
Mome Fromage
David Wenham
Audrey
Kylie Minogue
The Green Fairy
Ozzy Osbourne
The Green Fairy
Deobia Oparei
Le Chocolat
Linal Haft
Warner
Keith Robinson
Le Petomane
Peter Whitford
Stage Manager
Norman Kaye
Satine's Doctor
Arthur Dignam
Christian's Father
Carole Skinner
Landlady
Jonathan Hardy
Man In The Moon
Placido Domingo
Man In The Moon
Kiruna Stamell
La Petite Princesse
Anthony Young
Orchestra Member
Dee Donavan
Character Rake
Johnny Lockwood
Character Rake
Don Reid
Character Rake
Tara Morice
Prostitute
Daniel Scott
Absinthe Drinker / Guitarist
Veronica Beattie
Montmartre Dancer / Tattoo
Lisa Callingham
Montmartre Dancer
Rosetta Cook
Montmartre Dancer
Fleur Denny
Montmartre Dancer / Antoinette
Kelii Grauer
Montmartre Dancer / Pearly Queen
Jaclyn Hanson
Montmartre Dancer
Michelle Hopper
Montmartre Dancer
Fallon King
Montmartre Dancer / School Girl
Wendy McMahon
Montmartre Dancer
Tracie Morley
Montmartre Dancer
Sue-Ellen Shook
Montmartre Dancer / Baby Doll
Jenny Wilson
Montmartre Dancer / Historic
Luke Alleva
Montmartre Dancer
Andrew Aroustian
Montmartre Dancer
Stephen Colyer
Montmartre Dancer
Steve Grace
Montmartre Dancer
Mark Hodge
Montmartre Dancer
Cameron Mitchell
Montmartre Dancer
Deon Nuku
Montmartre Dancer
Shaun Parker
Montmartre Dancer
Troy Phillips
Montmartre Dancer
Rodney Syaranamual
Montmartre Dancer
Ashley Wallen
Montmartre Dancer
Nathan Wright
Montmartre Dancer
Susan Black
Parisian Dancer
Nicole Brooks
Parisian Dancer
Danielle Brown
Parisian Dancer
Anastacia Flewin
Parisian Dancer
Fiona Gage
Parisian Dancer
Alex Harrington
Parisian Dancer
Camilla Jakimowicz
Parisian Dancer
Rochelle G. Jones
Parisian Dancer
Caroline Kaspar
Parisian Dancer
Mandy Liddell
Parisian Dancer
Melanie Mackay
Parisian Dancer
Elise Mann
Parisian Dancer
Charmaine Martin
Parisian Dancer
Michelle Wriggles
Parisian Dancer
Michael Boyd
Parisian Dancer
Lorry DErcole
Parisian Dancer
Michael Edge
Parisian Dancer
Glyn Gray
Parisian Dancer
Craig Haines
Parisian Dancer
Stephen Holford
Parisian Dancer
Jamie Jewell
Parisian Dancer
Jason King
Parisian Dancer
Ryan Males
Parisian Dancer
Harlin Martin
Parisian Dancer
Andrew Micallef
Parisian Dancer
Jonathan Schmolzer
Parisian Dancer
Bradley Spargo
Parisian Dancer
Joseph Pepe Ashton
Tabasco Brother
Jordan Ashton
Tabasco Brother
Marcos Falagan
Tabasco Brother
Mitchel Falagan
Tabasco Brother
Chris Mayhew
Tabasco Brother
Hamish McCann
Tabasco Brother
Adrien Janssen
Tabasco Brother
Shaun Holloway
Tabasco Brother
Darren Dowlut
Cocoliscious Brother
Dennis Dowlut
Cocoliscious Brother
Pina Conti
La Ko Ka Chau
Nandy McClean
Twin
Maya McClean
Twin
Patrick Harding-Irmer
Waiter
Albin Pahernik
Waiter
Aurel Verne
Waiter
Kip Gamblin
Latin Dancer
Wilson Alcorn
Audience Member
Kerry Casey
Audience Member
Peter Collingwood
Audience Member
Cass Cumerford
Audience Member
Matthew Dale
The Hand
Brenda De Lacy
Courtesan / Seamstress
Eliana Dona
Prostitute
Nash Edgerton
Stagehand
Coralie Eichholtz
Hooker #1
Tim Elliott
Audience Member
Pat Evans
Seamstress
Nicole Fantl
Audience Member
Sandi Finlay
Eccentric Wealthy Lesbian Club Attendee
Waldo Garrido
Musician
Scott Gregory
Stagehand
Kahlia Greksa
Street Urchin
Karinna Greksa
Street Urchin
Trent Harlow
Dancer
Troy Harrison
Dancer
Geoffrey Kiem
Stagehand
Harold Kissin
Audience Member
Ian Lind
Stagehand
Tony Lynch
Stagehand
Angus Martin
Pawnbroker
Liliya May
Mermaid
Paul Maybury
Audience Member
Scott Peters
Audience Member
Chris Pickard
Dancer
Greg Poppleton
Nervous Nellie
Brett Praed
Stagehand
Thern Reynolds
Dancer
Greg Robinson
Stagehand
David Scotchford
Dancer
Neeraj Singh
Oscar Wilde boy
Sotiri Sotiropoulos
Stagehand
David Whitford
Audience Member
Matt Wilson
Slave Trader

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Total Grosses
UK total gross
£22,651,185
216
Moulin Rouge
217

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  Spain
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£2,403,378
£2,403,378
1▲▼
£1,859,732
£5,668,964
2
£1,533,223
£8,366,042
2▲▼
£1,337,411
£10,636,791
1
£1,072,657
£12,494,719
2
£864,326
£14,024,943
5
£690,219
£15,321,951
6
£472,809
£16,381,664
8
£318,880
£17,047,358
8▲▼
£175,302
£17,455,703
10
£121,590
£17,769,862
12
£74,201
£18,166,288
13
£376,900
£18,543,188
14
£197,988
£18,364,276
13
£198,950
£19,460,063
8
£199,160
£19,764,105
9
£200,559
£20,077,402
11
£199,230
£20,384,492
11▲▼
£202,422
£20,698,716
12
£203,120
£21,017,128
11
£202,092
£21,326,296
7
£204,200
£21,640,400
14
£87,844
£21,771,475
12
£103,509
£21,916,260
12▲▼
£112,477
£22,072,520
8
£112,593
£22,232,046
9
£132,945
£22,418,814
9▲▼
£163,474
£22,651,185
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Historical Chart

A year ago
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