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Chariots of Fire
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(1981)

Based on the true story of British athletes preparing for and competing in the 1924 Summer Olympics. The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards and won four, including Best Picture.

Runtime:
2:03
Released:
March 30, 1981

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Cast

Xmp3c46rj2u1ccizoarpqnuyurq Ben Cross Harold Abrahams
Rqxbpzdkyuxacxvn6rmyzw5m2ci Ian Charleson Eric Liddell
Cheryl Campbell Jennie Liddell
Cheryl Campbell Jennie Liddell
Wq0fh8ufhuqbyl4ppucdgtf56q9 Cheryl Campbell Jennie Liddell
Baclvenzxepouig86sqs12bje2h Alice Krige Sybil Gordon
Zgl71rgua9vbmzukrht5ly2hdnj Nigel Havers Lord Andrew Lindsay
Yd3bgwermqpaae1zkdzvwi7hlsy Ian Holm Sam Mussabini
T1i4m6x2aaki1pruek6pxbi7j9s Nicholas Farrell Aubrey Montague
Daniel Gerroll Henry Stallard
Jvtsqk7cuorsdtf037olq9bkrae John Gielgud Master of Trinity (as Sir John Gielgud)
8fyw6q9yv1j3ikc1zykpcci8ixi Lindsay Anderson Master of Caius
Imvj7qjhqnxfhhvonph4xaein7u Nigel Davenport Lord Birkenhead
62mglehmreffptjhpkvsvjapqxj Dennis Christopher Charles Paddock
Xutvl1hr1wtbsnewo7aw5bwulu8 Brad Davis Jackson Scholz
97ryoo5xqj0r8rr5fvua9hlb55e Patrick Magee Lord Cadogan
Peter Egan Duke of Sutherland
Struan Rodger Sandy McGrath
Pef7yixy9ymkuvx5n2ly7oyh5op Michael Lonsdale Garth Jones

Crew

Camera

David Watkin Director of Photography

Directing

Hugh Hudson Director

Editing

Terry Rawlings Editor

Production

David Puttnam Producer

James Crawford Producer

Dodi Fayed Executive Producer

Jake Eberts Executive Producer

Sound

Vangelis Original Music Composer

Writing

Colin Welland Novel