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The Duke Movie (2022) Cast & Crew, Release Date, Story, Review, Poster, Trailer, Budget, Collection

The Duke Movie (2022) Cast & Crew, Release Date, Story, Review, Poster, Trailer, Budget, Collection
The Duke Movie Poster

The Duke Movie Storyline (Plot):

The Duke is a British comedy-drama movie directed by Roger Michell, with a screenplay by Richard Bean and Clive Coleman. Dealing with the 1961 theft of the Portrait of the Duke of Wellington, the film stars Jim Broadbent, Helen Mirren, Fionn Whitehead, Anna Maxwell Martin and Matthew Goode.

In 1961, 60-year-old Kempton Bunton stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London. He sent ransom notes saying that he would return the painting on condition that the government invested more in care for the elderly. What happened next became the stuff of legend. An uplifting true story about a good man who set out to change the world and managed to save his marriage.

The Duke Movie Trailer:

THE DUKE Trailer (2021) Helen Mirren, Fionn Whitehead, Jim Broadbent Movie

The Duke Movie Information:

MovieThe Duke
GenreBiographical
Comedy
War
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
Box Office Collection$11.7 million
Release dates4 September 2020 (Venice)
25 February 2022 (United Kingdom)
Running time96 minutes
StarringJim Broadbent
Helen Mirren
Fionn Whitehead
Anna Maxwell Martin
Matthew Goode
Directed byRoger Michell
Written byRichard Bean
Clive Coleman
Produced byNicky Bentham
CinematographyMike Eley
Edited byKristina Hetherington
Music byGeorge Fenton
Production companiesPathé
Ingenious Media
Neon Films
Screen Yorkshire
Distributed byWarner Bros. Entertainment UK

The Duke Movie Cast and Characters:

  • Jim Broadbent as Kempton Bunton
  • Helen Mirren as Dorothy Bunton
  • Fionn Whitehead as Jackie Bunton
  • Matthew Goode as Jeremy Hutchinson
  • Anna Maxwell Martin as Mrs Gowling
  • Jack Bandeira as Kenny Bunton
  • Aimée Kelly as Irene
  • Joshua McGuire as Eric Crowther, Hutchinson’s junior
  • Charlotte Spencer as Pammy
  • John Heffernan as Neddie Cussen, prosecuting barrister
  • Andrew Havill as Sir Philip Hendy, Director of the National Gallery
  • James Wilby as Carl Aarvold, judge in Kempton’s case
  • Heather Craney as Debbie, clerk of the court in Kempton’s case
  • Richard McCabe as Rab Butler, Home Secretary
  • Charles Edwards as Sir Joseph Simpson, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police
  • Sian Clifford as Dr Unsworth, handwriting expert

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