The Vicar of Dibley is a Sitcom programme that first aired in 1994 and has been classified a 12 certificate.
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The Vicar of Dibley (1994)
The Vicar of Dibley directed by Gareth Carrivick, John Howard Davies and Dewi Humphreys. Stars Dawn French as Geraldine Grainger the local "female" vicar. Her renowned humour follows through in this wonderful sitcom, about the life of a very small community, which Geraldine brings to life!
Other characters include; Alice Tinker (Emma Chambers), the innocent, childlike gem of the community, Hugo Horton (James Fleet) Alice's loveable husband, David Horton (Gary Waldhorn) Hugo's some what bigoted father, Letitia Cropley (Liz Smith) who makes some fabulous cuisine's!!! Also starring Owen Newitt (Roger Lloyd-Pack), Jim Trott (Trevor Peacock) and Frank Pickle (John Bluthal).
Each episode sees the difficult dilemmas that living in a small community can provide from broken church windows, to Easter bunnies running wild. This sitcom proves to be a really funny treat with humour to suit all of the family, young or old.
Production Year: 1994
|Dawn French||...||Geraldine Granger|
|Gary Waldhorn||...||David Horton|
|James Fleet||...||Hugo Horton|
|Emma Chambers||...||Alice Horton, Alice Tinker|
|Trevor Peacock||...||Jim Trott|
|Roger Lloyd-Pack||...||Owen Newitt|
|John Bluthal||...||Frank Pickle|
|Liz Smith||...||Letitia Cropley|
|Jon Plowman||...||Election Official|
|Simon McBurney||...||Cecil, Choirmaster|
|Edward Halsted||...||Local TV Reporter, Newsreader|
|Patricia Kane||...||Doris Trott|
|Clive Mantle||...||Simon Horton|
|Charlotte Palmer||...||Autograph Lady|
|Peter Capaldi||...||Tristan Campbell, Tristram Campbell|
|Richard Armitage||...||Harry Kennedy|
|Keeley Hawes||...||Rosie Kennedy|