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Withnail & I

A hilarious black comedy and already something of a cult favorite, WITHNAIL & I opens in a cluttered, refuse-ridden flat in North London. This confused mess is home for two out-of-work actors: gaunt, sarcastic, vaguely aristocratic, and dissipated Withnail… (more)

Released: 1987

Rating: R

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Withnail And I
01:37 — Acerbic and irresistibly self-destructive Withnail (Richard E. Grant) and neurotic Marwood (Paul McGann) are down-at-the-heels actors in 1960s London, (more…)
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01:20 — Acerbic and irresistibly self-destructive Withnail (Richard E. Grant) and neurotic Marwood (Paul McGann) are down-at-the-heels actors in 1960s London, (more…)
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Comedienne and TCM Guest Programmer Tracey Ullman joins Robert Osborne for an introduction and commentary on Withnail & I, 1987, starring Richard E. G (more…)
(Movie Clip) Shut that Gate
Withnail (Richard E. Grant) demonstrates cowardice and offers advice to Marwood (Paul McGann) in this cattle farming emergency from Withnail & I, 1987 (more…)

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  • Released: 1987
  • Rating: R
  • Review: A hilarious black comedy and already something of a cult favorite, WITHNAIL & I opens in a cluttered, refuse-ridden flat in North London. This confused mess is home for two out-of-work actors: gaunt, sarcastic, vaguely aristocratic, and dissipated Withnail… (more)

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