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Johnny English

Rating:PG (for comic nudity, some crude humor and language)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:July 18, 2003
Running time:88 minutes
Cast:Rowan Atkinson, John Malkovich, Natalie Imbruglia, Ben Miller, Douglas McFerran
Director:Peter Howitt
Producer:Eric Fellner, Tim Bevan, Mark Huffam
Writer:Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Ben Elton
Distributor:Universal Pictures

Description: When her majesty's crown jewels are stolen by a conniving Frenchman, who also plans to steal the queen's throne, spy Johnny English, a bit unseasoned but intensely enthusiastic, is thrown onto the case. Fast cars, high tech gadgets, top secret info--Johnny can hardly believe it. He may be in over his head, but his courage and dedication are unmatched--especially after he meets double agent Lorna Campbell and discovers that falling in love makes saving the nation even more exciting.

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