The Tichborne Claimant


1h 38m 1998

Brief Synopsis

The wealthy Tichborne family send servant Bogle to Australia to track down their missing heir. He doesn't find the lost Sir Roger, but comes up with a false claimant whom he trains to act aristocratic in return for half of any eventual inheritance. All seems to be going well until the dowager Tichbo

Film Details

Also Known As
Tichborne Claimant
Release Date
1998
Location
Ealing Studios, England, United Kingdom; Liverpool, England, United Kingdom; Isle of Man, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Synopsis

The wealthy Tichborne family send servant Bogle to Australia to track down their missing heir. He doesn't find the lost Sir Roger, but comes up with a false claimant whom he trains to act aristocratic in return for half of any eventual inheritance. All seems to be going well until the dowager Tichborne dies suddenly and the family start to get suspicious. They expel the claimant, but he takes his case to the High Court, where the truth of the missing heir is revealed.

Crew

Mike Ames

Other

Manjinder Bains

Storyboard Artist

Michele Baylis

Makeup

David Collier

Editor

Felicity Cottrell

Foley Artist

Mike Crowley

Dialogue Editor

Paul Davies

Sound Editor

Paul Davies

Dubbing Mixer

James Deyoxall

Casting

Pam Downe

Costume Designer

Roy Field

Director Of Photography

Joe Fisher

Screenplay

Richard Flynn

Sound Recordist

Jamie Fowlds

Steadicam Operator

Simon Gershon

Dialogue Editor

Clive Gill

Camera

Paul Gooch

Makeup

Simon Harding

Steadicam Operator

Paul Harris

Adr

Paul Harris

Choreographer

Annie Harrison-baxter

Line Producer

Alison Harvey

Art Director

Andy Holt

Location Manager

Nicholas Hooper

Music

Glen Ibbitson

Scenic Artist

Tony Jennings

Camera

Tory Jennins

Other

Paul Keenan

Casting

Beverley Keogh

Casting

Peter Kersey

Visual Effects

Nigel Kinnings

Camera Operator

Steve Kirkby

Costume Supervisor

Chris Lawson

Visual Effects

Tom Mccabe

Producer

Shilo T Mcclean

Production Manager

Gerard Naprous

Stunt Coordinator

Bernard O'reilly

Foley Editor

Gerry O'riordan

Music

Christopher Payne

Associate Producer

Matthew Penry-davey

Assistant Director

Jan Pester

Steadicam Operator

Russell Pritchett

Visual Effects

Claire Rudkin

Art Director

Danuta Skarszewska

Continuity

Denise Slattery

Scenic Artist

Barry Smith

Unit Manager

Peter D Smith

Dubbing Mixer

Andrew Speller

Camera Operator

Jack Stew

Foley Artist

Amy Sugdon

Assistant Director

Vicky Swift

Production Coordinator

Brian Sykes

Production Designer

Peter Thornton

Camera

Peter Thwaites

Director Of Photography

Alf Tramontin

Steadicam Operator

Jamie Trevill

Editor

Charlie Watson

Assistant Director

Film Details

Also Known As
Tichborne Claimant
Release Date
1998
Location
Ealing Studios, England, United Kingdom; Liverpool, England, United Kingdom; Isle of Man, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1998

Released in United States 1999

Released in United States April 1999

Released in United States August 1998

Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival (Focus on British Cinema) August 16-30, 1998.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (Contemporary World Cinema) May 13 - June 6, 1999.

Shown in New York City (Walter Reade) as part of series "Changing the Guard: The Festival of New British Cinema" April 16-29, 1999.

Feature directorial debut for David Yates and screenwriting debut for Joe Fisher.

Began shooting summer 1997.

Completed shooting August 18, 1997.

Released in United States 1998 (Film had its world premiere at the 1998 Edinburgh International Film Festival.)

Released in United States 1999 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (Contemporary World Cinema) May 13 - June 6, 1999.)

Released in United States April 1999 (Shown in New York City (Walter Reade) as part of series "Changing the Guard: The Festival of New British Cinema" April 16-29, 1999.)

Released in United States August 1998 (Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival (Focus on British Cinema) August 16-30, 1998.)