The Krays

The Krays (1990)

When people are afraid of you... you can do anything. Remember that.

  • Genre: Drama, Crime, History
  • Release Date: 1990-04-27
  • User Rating: 6.0/10 from 97 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 55min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Fugitive Features
  • Production Country: United Kingdom
  • Director: Peter Medak
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From 97 Ratings
6.6

Summary

The Krays is a film based on the lives and crimes of the British gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray, twins who are often referred to as The Krays and were active in London in the 1960s.

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  • Gary Kemp

    as Ronald Kray
  • Martin Kemp

    as Reggie Kray
  • Billie Whitelaw

    as Violet Kray
  • Tom Bell

    as Jack 'The Hat' McVitie
  • Susan Fleetwood

    as Rose
  • Charlotte Cornwell

    as May
  • Kate Hardie

    as Frances
  • Avis Bunnage

    as Helen
  • Alfred Lynch

    as Charlie Kray Snr
  • Gary Love

    as Steve
  • Steven Berkoff

    as George Cornell
  • Jimmy Jewel

    as Cannonball Lee
  • John McEnery

    as Eddie Pellam
  • Philip Bloomfield

    as Charlie Pellam
  • Sadie Frost

    as Sharon Pellam
  • Barbara Ferris

    as Mrs. Lawson
  • Victor Spinetti

    as Mr. Lawson
  • Brian Nickels

    as Frank
  • Stephen Lewis

    as Policeman
  • Sean Blowers

    as Chris Ripley
  • Mark Burdis

    as Mark
  • Chris Pitt

    as Young Eddie
  • Ian Burfield

    as Whip
  • Murray Melvin

    as Newsagent
  • Norman Rossington

    as Shopkeeper
  • Soo Drouet

    as Jack's Girlfriend
  • Chrissie Cotterill

    as Barmaid
  • Peter Turner

    as Regal Manager
  • Michael Elphick

    as George - Prisoner
  • Vernon Dobtcheff

    as Teacher
  • Patti Love

    as Iris
  • Roger Monk

    as Charlie Kray Jnr
  • Michael Balfour

    as Referee
  • Jimmy Flint

    as Perry
  • Andrew Kitchen

    as Dennis
  • Bob Brimson

    as Grey
  • Russell Gold

    as Terry
  • David Arlen

    as Dickie
  • Joe McKenna

    as Sam Ripley
  • John H. Stracey

    as Boxer
  • David Fenwick

    as Doctor
  • Laura Cox

    as Ivy
  • Angus MacInnes

    as Palendri
  • Michael Tezcan

    as Italian Gangster
  • Richard Vanstone

    as Man outside the Regal
  • Pete Gillett

    as Man in Fight
  • Julie May

    as Midwife
  • Jackie Downey

    as Angry Customer
  • Ryan Ward

    as Steve's Friend
  • Jimmy Batten

    as Straker
  • Ben Mansworth

    as Tom
  • Behrouz Behnejad

    as Maltese Gangster
  • Simon Foy

    as Lost Boy
  • Tony Sands

    as Lost Boy
  • Matthew Barney

    as Boy in Classroom
  • Benjamin Brazier

    as Charlie aged 12
  • Jason Bennett

    as Ron aged 12
  • Jamie Bennett

    as Reg aged 12
  • Harlon Haveland

    as Ron aged 8
  • Sam Haveland

    as Reg aged 8
  • John-Paul White

    as Ron aged 3
  • Michael White

    as Reg aged 3
  • Lenny McLean

    as Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
  • Michael Joseph Carr

    as Eddie (as Michael Carr)
  • Dave Courtney

    as Bill
Production Ray Burdis Producer
Directing Peter Medak Director
Camera Alex Thomson Director of Photography
Writing Philip Ridley Writer
Production Jeremy Zimmermann Casting
Costume & Make-Up Lindy Hemming Costume Design
Production Noel Davis Casting
Production Paul Cowan Associate Producer
Editing Martin Walsh Editor
Sound Michael Kamen Original Music Composer
Production Paul Cowan Producer
Directing Michael Zimbrich First Assistant Director
Directing Simon Moseley Second Assistant Director
Directing Bernard Bellew Third Assistant Director
Production Ken Shane Production Manager

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