Thomas Brodie-Sangster Nanny Mcphee

Thomas Brodie-Sangster Nanny Mcphee: Cedric Brown is left with seven naughty kids after the abrupt passing of his better half. Resultantly, he looks for the assistance of a caretaker with enchanted forces to control them. Thomas Brodie-Sangster Nanny Mcphee is a 2005 satire dream film dependent on the Nurse Matilda character by Christianna Brand.

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It was coordinated by Kirk Jones, co-delivered by StudioCanal, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Working Title Films, Three Strange Angels, and Nanny McPhee Productions with music by Patrick Doyle and created by Lindsay Doran, Tim Bevan, and Eric Fellner. Set in Victorian England, the film stars Emma Thompson as Nanny McPhee or Thomas Brodie-Sangster Nanny Mcphee, alongside Colin Firth and Angela Lansbury.


Thomas Brodie-Sangster Nanny Mcphee info

Directed by Kirk Jones
Screenplay by Emma Thompson
Based on Nurse Matilda by Christianna Brand
Produced by
  • Lindsay Doran
  • Tim Bevan
  • Eric Fellner
  • Emma Thompson
  • Colin Firth
  • Angela Lansbury
Cinematography Henry Braham
Edited by Justin Krish
Nick Moore
Music by Patrick Doyle
  • StudioCanal
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
  • Working Title Films
  • Three Strange Angels
  • Nanny McPhee Productions
Distributed by United International Pictures (Worldwide)
Universal Pictures (United States)
Mars Distribution (France)
Release date
  • 28 October 2005 (United Kingdom)
  • 27 January 2006 (United States)
Running time
97 minutes
Countries United States
United Kingdom
Language English
Budget $25 million
Box office $123.3 million


Thomas Brodie-Sangster Nanny Mcphee Cast

  • Emma Thompson as Nanny McPhee
  • Colin Firth as Cedric Brown, an undertaker and the widowed patriarch of the Brown family.
  • Thomas Sangster as Simon Brown, the eldest of the Brown children in Thomas Brodie-Sangster Nanny Mcphee.
  • Kelly Macdonald as Evangeline, the Browns’ scullery maid, who dreams of being an educated lady.
  • Angela Lansbury as Great-Aunt Lady Adelaide Stitch, the aunt of Cedric’s late wife and the family’s primary financial support.
  • Eliza Bennett as Tora Brown.
  • Raphaël Coleman as Eric Brown.
  • Jennifer Rae Daykin as Lily Brown.
  • Samuel Honywood as Sebastian Brown.
  • Holly Gibbs as Christianna “Chrissie” Brown.
  • Hebe and Zinnia Barnes play Agatha “Aggie” Brown, the youngest of the Brown children.
    • Freya Fumic as the voice of Agatha Brown.
  • Celia Imrie as Mrs. Selma Quickly, a frequent widow that Cedric intends to marry to appease Aunt Adelaide.
  • Imelda Staunton as Mrs. Blatherwick, the Browns’ military-minded cook.
  • Derek Jacobi as Mr. Wheen, one of Cedric’s co-workers.
  • Patrick Barlow as Mr. Jowls, one of Cedric’s co-workers.
  • Adam Godley as the vicar, who is allergic to bees

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