There's Only One Jimmy Grimble

There's Only One Jimmy Grimble (2000)

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2000-08-25
  • User Rating: 7/10 from 106 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 46min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Sarah Radclyffe Productions Limited
  • Production Country: France, United Kingdom
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Jimmy Grimble is a shy Manchester school boy. At school he is constantly being bullied by the other kids, and at home he has to face his mother's new boyfriend. However, through football, and some special boots, he manages to gain the confidence to succeed and leads his school football team towards the final of the local schools cup.

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  • Lewis McKenzie

    as Jimmy Grimble
  • Jane Lapotaire

    as Alice Brewer
  • Gina McKee

    as Donna Grimble
  • Robert Carlyle

    as Eric Wirral
  • Ben Miller

    as Johnny Two Dogs
  • Wayne Galtrey

    as Walkway Kid
  • Ciarán Griffiths

    as Psycho
  • Bobby Power

    as 'Gorgeous' Gordon Burley
  • Ray Winstone

    as Harry
  • Samia Longchambon

    as Sara
  • Antony Marsh

    as Crane
  • Sean Delaney

    as Brick
  • Charles Denton

    as The Cat
  • Azmier Ahmed

    as Elvis
  • John McArdle

    as Headmaster
  • Ann Aris

    as Governor 1
  • Richard Heap

    as Governor 2
  • John Henshaw

    as Ken Burley
  • Michael J. Jackson

    as Colin
  • Jim Whelan

    as Robbie Brewer
  • Jacqueline Leonard

    as Kath
  • Chris Carson

    as Greenock Team
  • Lee Price

    as Greenock Team
  • Abdi Ismail

    as Greenock Team
  • Andy Hampson

    as Greenock Team
  • Gareth Gibson

    as Greenock Team
  • Andrew Schofield

    as Wreckingham Referee
  • Barry Edwards

    as Wreckingham Goalie
  • Carl Chase

    as Thug in Pub
  • Steve Garti

    as Security Guard
  • Sean McGowan

    as Northmoor Referee
  • Dave Hill

    as United Scout
  • Julie Brown

    as Underwear Party Guest
  • Trevor Dwyer-Lynch

    as Hard Hat
  • Liam Fox

    as Sales Assistant
  • Alan Keegan

    as Stadium Announcer
  • Warren Dennis

    as Himself
  • Michael McWilliams

    as Himself
  • Gareth Cavanagh

    as Himself
  • Daniel Harrison

    as Himself
  • Simon Clifford

    as Cup Final Referee (uncredited)
  • Sam Cunningham

    as Melanie Morisson (uncredited)
Production Jeremy Bolt Producer
Sound Simon Boswell Music
Art Michael Carlin Production Design
Writing John Hay Screenplay
Directing John Hay Director
Production Sarah Radclyffe Producer
Production Alison Jackson Producer
Writing Simon Mayle Screenplay
Writing Simon Mayle Storyboard
Writing Rik Carmichael Screenplay
Editing Oral Norrie Ottey Editor
Production Claire Hunt Line Producer
Costume & Make-Up Mary-Jane Reyner Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Mary-Jane Reyner Costume Supervisor
Sound Alex James Music
Art Karen Wakefield Art Direction
Art Liz Griffiths Set Decoration
Production Suzanne M. Smith Casting
Costume & Make-Up Kathy Ducker Hair Department Head