Jabberwocky (1977)

Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating PG
Runtime 1hr 50mins.
Genres Adaptation, Comedy, Adventure, Fantasy, Period
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Tony Sympson Actor 4th Peasant 1 1000029
Simon Williams Actor Prince 1 1000030
Jerold Wells Actor Wat Dabney 1 1000031
Gordon Kaye Actor Sister Jessica 1 1000032
Harold Goodwin Actor 3rd Peasant 1 1000028
David Prowse Actor Red Herring Knight 1 1000027
Brian Glover Actor Armorer 1 1000024
John Gorman Actor 1st Peasant 1 1000025
Julian Hough Actor 2nd Peasant 1 1000026
Terry Gilliam Director n/a 2 2000001
Sandy Lieberson Producer n/a 3 3000001
Michael Bradsell Editor n/a 172 7000001
Millie Burns Art Director art direction 183 9000001
John Brown Special Effects n/a 168 23000001
Lewis Carroll Other from poem("Jabberwocky") 120795 26000001
Terry Bedford Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Charles Alverson Screenplay n/a 120778 4000002
Michael White Producer n/a 3 3000002
John Goldstone Executive Producer n/a 174 3000003
Terry Gilliam Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Terry Jones Actor Poacher 1 1000023
Bryan Pringle Actor 2nd Gate Guard 1 1000022
Brenda Cowling Actor Mrs Fishfinger 1 1000007
Harry H Corbett Actor Squire 1 1000008
Rodney Bewes Actor Other Squire 1 1000009
Bernard Bresslaw Actor Landlord 1 1000010
Warren Mitchell Actor Mr Fishfinger 1 1000006
Annette Badland Actor Griselda Fishfinger 1 1000005
Max Wall Actor King Bruno 1 1000002
Deborah Fallender Actor Princess 1 1000003
John Le Mesurier Actor Chamberlain 1 1000004
Alexandra Dane Actor Betsy 1 1000011
Derek Francis Actor Bishop 1 1000012
Paul Curran Actor Mr Cooper Sr 1 1000018
Graham Crowden Actor Fanatics' Leader 1 1000019
Gordon Rollings Actor King's Taster 1 1000020
Glenn Williams Actor 1st Gate Guard 1 1000021
Neil Innes Actor 2nd Herald 1 1000017
John Bird Actor 1st Herald 1 1000016
Peter Cellier Actor 1st Merchant 1 1000013
Frank Williams Actor 2nd Merchant 1 1000014
Anthony Garrick Actor 3rd Merchant 1 1000015
Michael Palin Actor Dennis Cooper 1 1000001
Michael Palin's perpetually ingenuous cooper's apprentice Dennis Cooper dreams of hitting the Big Time, as he tells wheeler-dealer Mr. Fishfinger, father of the fair(-ly hefty) Griselda, but after his own father disowns him on his deathbed, Dennis must trek to a wondrous medieval metropolis, then in the midst of a flesh-scarfing-monster scare, to get a job. The Dark Ages don't get much darker as guards relieve themselves from castle walls, Mr. Fishfinger hangs rearwards from his window, the sight of the monster scares a man's teeth white, and noble spectators enjoy repeated blood drenchings at a tournament. Only the occasional shaft of light penetrates the gloomy, grimy throne room of Max Wall's King Bruno the Questionable, as merchants and prelates argue the good of the Monster for business and religion and John Le Mesurier's Chamberlain offers heroically deadpan comments amid the grotesqueries. But ultimately there must be a showdown with the genuinely fearsome Beast...