A Fish Called Wanda

A Fish Called Wanda (1988)

A tale of murder, lust, greed, revenge, and seafood.

  • Genre: Comedy, Crime
  • Release Date: 1988-07-15
  • User Rating: 7.2/10 from 2066 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 49min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Prominent Features
  • Production Country: United Kingdom, United States of America
  • Director: Charles Crichton
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While a diamond advocate attempts to steal a collection of diamonds, troubles arise when he realises he’s not the only one after the collection.

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  • Jamie Lee Curtis

    as Wanda Gershwitz
  • John Cleese

    as Archie Leach
  • Kevin Kline

    as Otto
  • Michael Palin

    as Ken Pile
  • Maria Aitken

    as Wendy
  • Tom Georgeson

    as Georges Thomason
  • Cynthia Cleese

    as Portia
  • Patricia Hayes

    as Mrs. Coady
  • Geoffrey Palmer

    as Judge
  • Mark Elwes

    as Customer in Jeweler's Shop
  • Neville Phillips

    as Manager of Jeweler's Shop
  • Peter Jonfield

    as Inspector Marvin
  • Jeremy Child

    as Mr. Ian Johnson
  • Stephen Fry

    as Hutchison
  • Ken Campbell

    as Bartlett
  • Al Hunter Ashton

    as Warder
  • Roger Hume

    as Locksmith
  • Roger Brierley

    as Davidson
  • Llewellyn Rees

    as Sir John
  • Michael Percival

    as Percival
  • Kate Lansbury

    as Magistrate
  • Andrew MacLachlan

    as Eebeedee
  • Roland MacLeod

    as Vicar
  • Robert Putt

    as Policeman at Old Bailey
  • Pamela Miles

    as Mrs. Hazel Johnson
  • Sharon Marino

    as 1st Junior Barrister
  • Patrick Newman

    as 2nd Junior Barrister
  • David Simeon

    as Court Clerk
Editing John Jympson Editor
Art John Wood Art Direction
Production John Cleese Executive Producer
Directing Charles Crichton Director
Art Stephenie McMillan Set Decoration
Sound Jonathan Bates Sound Editor
Sound Colin Wood Boom Operator
Production Michael Shamberg Producer
Production Steve Abbott Executive Producer
Sound John Du Prez Original Music Composer
Camera Alan Hume Director of Photography
Production Priscilla John Casting
Art Roger Murray-Leach Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Hazel Pethig Costume Design
Writing John Cleese Writer
Writing Charles Crichton Story
Sound Chris Munro Sound Recordist
Costume & Make-Up Paul Engelen Makeup Supervisor
Visual Effects George Gibbs Special Effects Supervisor
Art Bruce Bigg Property Master
Directing Diana Dill Continuity
Sound Gerry Humphreys Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Camera David James Still Photographer
Production Janine Modder Production Coordinator
Production John Comfort Associate Producer
Sound Peter Holt Music Editor
Crew Romo Gorrara Stunt Coordinator
Camera Neil Binney Camera Operator
Camera Simon Hume Focus Puller
Camera Jimmy Waters Grip
Camera Graham Hall Clapper Loader
Editing William Webb Assistant Editor
Costume & Make-Up Ray Usher Wardrobe Master
Costume & Make-Up Steve Cornish Wardrobe Assistant
Costume & Make-Up Jenny Hawkins Wardrobe Assistant
Costume & Make-Up Lynda Armstrong Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Barry Richardson Hairdresser
Directing Melvin Lind Second Assistant Director
Directing David Skynner Third Assistant Director
Production Sophie Clarke-Jervoise Executive Producer's Assistant
Production Alexandra Stone Producer's Assistant
Production Peter Byck Producer's Assistant
Production Ralph Kamp Production Assistant
Production Liz Lehmans Production Assistant
Production Andy Birmingham Production Accountant
Production Yvonne Heeks Assistant Accountant
Production William Lang Location Manager
Production Christopher Knowles Assistant Location Manager
Production Nick Daubeny Location Manager
Art Roy Evans Construction Manager
Art Alfie Smith Standby Property Master
Art Brian Read Property Buyer
Lighting Bobby Bremner Gaffer
Lighting Bill Thornhill Best Boy Electric