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Penelope A U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over, although it is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child.

U films should be set within a positive framework and should offer reassuring counterbalances to any violence, threat or horror. If a work is particularly suitable for pre-school children, this will be indicated in the ratings info.

BBFC


2008
U
104 minutes (1 hours 44 minutes)
1st February
Penelope

Directed by

Starring

Actor
Character
Penelope Wilhern
Johnny / Max
Catherine O'Hara
Jessica Wilhern
Peter Dinklage
Lemon
Richard E. Grant
Franklin Wilhern
Nick Prideaux
Penelope's Great-Grandfather
Michael Feast
Jake / Witch
Ronni Ancona
Wanda
Simon Woods
Edward Vanderman
Paul Herbert
Leonard Wilhern
Simon Chandler
Doctor
Andi-Marie Townsend
Young Penelope
John Voce
Station Cop
Burn Gorman
Larry
Andrew Bailey
Floorman in Card Club
Eve Pearce
Old Lady Card Player
Rob Rouse
Mr. Mosely - Suitor
William Willoughby
Handsome Suitor
Rubria Negrao
Hotel Desk Clerk
Ross Boatman
Cheery Dealer
Nigel Havers
Mr. Vanderman
Richard James
New Card Dealer
Lenny Henry
Krull
Tallulah Evans
Little Girl in Photobooth
Pam Phillips
Old Lady in Photobooth
Richard Leaf
Jack the Bartender
Sam the Jazz Club Owner
Martin McDougall
Dr. Stone
James Howard
Reporter Outside Hospital 1
Shaun Parkes
Reporter Outside Hospital 2
Paul Viragh
Reporter in Mr. Vanderman's Office
Christina Greatrex
Mrs. Vanderman
Cornelius Booth
Pub Patron 1
Colin Marsh
Pub Patron 2
Tom Barker
Boy Pupil on Hillside
Todd Boyce
Preacher
Amaka Oditah
Girl Pupil
Preston Nyman
Boy Pupil
Rosie Stewart
Girl Pupil
Katie Hughes
Girl Pupil
Francesca Edgerton
Girl Pupil (Alice)
Abigail Chan
Girl Pupil
Pheobe Llewellyn
Girl Pupil
Shane James Bordas
Reporter
Nigel Martin Davey
Street Vendor
Simon Duric
Card Player
Christopher Fosh
Chris Casino Security
Matt Rippy
Chauffeur
Nick Shafer
Kit Sinnett
Fitness enthusiast

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The annual BAFTA awards for film took place in the Royal Opera House on Sunday night with many stars attending including Kate Winslet, Danny Boyle and Brad Pitt.

The ceremony is the UK's equivalent of the Oscars and has taken place 2 weeks before the American ceremony. Slumdog Millionaire and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button were the two films expected to take the big awards before the ceremony began.

The winners were fairly predictable with Winslet winning for The Reader, Mickey Rouke winning for The Wrestler, Penelope Cruz winning supporting actress for Vicky Cristina Barcelona and of course the late Heath Ledger winning for Supporting Actor.

As the evening unfolded is became clear, predictably, that Slumdog was going to be top dog for the evening, a British film in a British ceremony, what did you expect?

Benjamin Button got a couple of awards but it was Slumdogs evening wining best film and director for Danny Boyle.

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Movie details
UK total gross
£3,049,482
1760
Penelope
1761

UK BBFC Certificate: U

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 4

Weeks on box office: 5

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
4N
£769,840
£769,840
8
£425,543
£1,394,765
9
£393,495
£2,296,364
11
£299,236
£2,896,064
15
£123,359
£3,049,482