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The clip lady trentham from Gosford Park (2001) with Maggie Smith, Kelly Macdonald They're rather a mixed bunch. Mr. Weissman's very odd. Apparently he produces motion pictures. "The Charlie Chan Mysteries". Or does he direct them? I never know the difference. Really? I enjoy those, my Lady. Mary. It's fun having a film star here. There's so little to talk about after the first flush of recognition. Why has Nesbitt brought that awful, common wife of his? Isabel only asked him because a gun dropped out. That's no excuse to inflict her on us all. Mary. What's the gossip in the servants' hall? Nothing, my Lady. Nonsense. Come on, out with it. Well... Is it true that Sir William could've married Lady Stockbridge? Is that what they're saying? Only that Lord Carton was after Sir William for one of them, but he didn't care which. What would you say if I told you they cut cards for him? Lewis said you wanted me. -Who's next to me at dinner? -Aunt Constance and Lavina. Why do I have that bloody old trout all the time? I want Louisa. -Do I explain the precedence again? -I don't give a shit about that. You complain people look down on you and then behave like a peasant. Tomorrow, I'll breakfast in bed, and then get into the tweeds. What shirt have you brought?
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The clip lady trentham Part 2 from Gosford Park (2001) with Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon -The green with the pink stripe. -No, dear, that's quite wrong. Something plain for country sports. The one I had on today will do. -But it's soiled. -You can wash it, can't you? God. I hate shooting. Why does one have to do these things? Has Constance asked for money yet?
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The clip the mccordles from Gosford Park (2001) with Michael Gambon, Kristin Scott Thomas Has Constance asked for money yet? -No. -Raymond says she's been complaining that her allowance isn't big enough. Good mind to stop it completely. I thought it was for her lifetime. No, no. Will that be all, sir? I wish Anthony wasn't here. Make sure I'm not -left alone with him. -Why? I'm pulling out of his scheme. -Have you told him? -No, and I'm not going to either. Louisa says I should leave it till next week. Let him sob in private. Say hello to your mummy. Go on. Far be it from me to contradict Louisa. -Anything else, sir? -Pip. He might fall down the stairs.
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The clip bricks without straws from Gosford Park (2001) Come here, you. Thank you Elsie. Keep hold of him. Is everything all right? Cheap dress, wrong shoes. I'm making bricks without straw. -Do have any spare hairpins? -Yes. I'm trying to get back to the room and I can't find it. -Staircase at the end of the corridor. -Thank you. Pip. Thank you, Elsie. -You've got hair on your dress. -Thank you, sir. There is nothing going on between me and Isobel.
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The clip pins from Gosford Park (2001) Can't you just tell me the truth? You are a liar! Don't call me a liar! -I found some pins, madam. -Right. -We're supposed to be downstairs. -You go on. I'll be down in a minute. Try and make her look respectable. Thank you. Well there's no harm in trying.
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The clip guest room from Gosford Park (2001) with Bob Balaban, Alan Bates Thank you very much, Mr. Jennings. -Just Jennings, sir. -All right, just Jennings. By the way. I booked a call to California and I'd appreciate it if you'd would get me when it comes through. -Very good, sir. -Thank you, Jennings. You're providing entertainment? That's how you got your invitation. Don't get up. Go on, please. You look lovely in that dress. What is it? I don't recognise it. Just something I'm working on. I can't imagine how one goes about inventing a tune. Where do you start? Rather difficult to say. You're too clever for words. -Good evening. -Hello. -Lovely dress. -Thank you. How do you manage to put up with these people? You forget I earn my living by impersonating them. -Can I help you? -You know... I really enjoy the way you do things, Mr. Jennings. I beg you pardon! -What is it, Henry? -Nothing. I just wanted to be sure you had everything you need. Yes, I do. Thank you. It's wonderful to find a servant who really shows an interest. Sir.
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The clip servants dinner from Gosford Park (2001) with Richard E. Grant, Kelly Macdonald -Come on. We've got 20 minutes. -Did you put salt on the table? Shuffle along. Here he comes. -Satisfactory, Mr. Jennings? -Yes, thank you, Dorothy. They have their drinks. We can all take our leisure for half an hour. What's this? I believe this is my place. Since when did a baroness outrank a countess? Miss Trentham, would you take the place of honour. Miss Trentham? I'm right here, thank you. Go on. Don't keep him waiting. Miss Meredith, -would you come and sit on my left? -I'm nothing when there are visitors in the house. I'm used to it. -Good evening. -Good evening. For what we are about to receive may the Lord make us truly thankful. Start when you get it. No time for loitering. I'm not serving tonight, am I? Not tonight, but probably tomorrow. -Where is Mrs. Croft? -Always eats with her own staff. Does she take her pudding to Mrs. Wilson? Our cook does that. Fat chance. They hate each other. -Can I ask a question? -Certainly, Mr. Weissman. How can we help you? I wondered how many people here had parents in service? And was that why they chose to go into it? An interesting question to which I cannot provide the answer. All of you whose parents were in service raise your hand. -My father was. -Both. Nanny and groom.
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The clip servants dinner Part 2 from Gosford Park (2001) with Ryan Phillippe, Kristin Scott Thomas -Not you, Dorothy? -My father was a farmer. A tenant of Lord Carton's. -Mr. Meredith? -Factory hands, both of them. And if you ask me, they were better off. What about you, Mr. Stockbridge? What's the matter? Don't you know? Yeah, I know what they did. But it didn't have any effect on me or my choice of work. -And why's that? -Because I grew up in an orphanage. Thank you, Mr. Weissman for giving us something to think about. Her Ladyship. I'm so sorry to disturb you. Please do sit down and finish your supper. A major crisis has arisen. Mr. Weissman won't eat meat. I can't tell Mrs. Croft. I don't dare. Everything under control. Mr. Weissman's valet informed us, so we've prepared a special version of the soup. He can eat fish, hors-d'oeuvres and we'll have a Welsh rabbit for the game course. I don't know about the entree. Thank you. Ten steps ahead as usual! Which one of you is Mr. Weissman's valet? I am. Your Ladyship. Are you, indeed? Heavens. Thank you for your efficiency. You're all set, then. -Yes, George? -Nothing, sir. I should hope not. Very hungry.
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The clip upstairs official dinner from Gosford Park (2001) with Michael Gambon, Maggie Smith Good boy. I wondered if I could have a word with you alone after dinner. I can't leave my guests, can I? You'll make that dog sick. Isobel, William and I are going into business together in Sudan. -No. I didn't know that. -lt's quite exciting. There are hundreds of Sudanese native soldiers, entire regiments, wandering around the desert willy-nilly without anything on their feet, which causes some hardship, I imagine. No, I grew up in Leicester. -My father had a glove factory. -Really? -I do know how a glove should fit. -Really, darling, you're boring poor Mr. Novello to death. No! He's going to explain it to me and show me how it all works. There's going to be a pheasant hunt in my picture. ...modernising armies in the Sudan, providing them with boots.
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The clip the arrival of his lordship from Gosford Park (2001) with Tom Hollander Aren't you cold? It's better than that kitchen. I though you could do with this. That's kind, love. Elsie, hello. -Good evening. Your Lordship. -We've got bags, guns and no man. Will you sort it out? -Of course, Your Lordship. -Thank you. -We'll get your bags, sir. -Thank you. It's very kind of you. In the boot, is it? Can I trouble you for a light? -You got that bag? -Yeah. -I've got the gun. -Thank you. You think he's losing interest in that sort of thing?
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The clip arriving the vila from Gosford Park (2001) with Bob Balaban, Maggie Smith Is everything all right? Are you okay? -Am I what? -We're all right, thank you. Is that Lady Trentham? Lady Trentham. I'm William McCordle's cousin, Ivor. Ivor Novello. Yes, of course. May I introduce a friend of mine -from California, Morris Weissman. -Hello. We were wondering if we were headed in the same direction. I dare say we might be. If everything seems to be all right... Bye. Could we get on before I freeze to death? -Was that really Ivor Novello? -Yes. Could we get on? Hello. Nice house. I like your house. Hello, Ivor. Welcome back, Your Ladyship. Constance, welcome. Hello, dear. If he uses my Christian name, why not make it "Aunt Constance"?
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The clip arriving the vila Part 2 from Gosford Park (2001) with Maggie Smith, Kristin Scott Thomas I'm not the upstairs maid. He's still got -that vile little dog. -The ones we hate last forever. -Did you have a horrid journey? -Yes, fairly horrid. Take the car round back to unload it. Follow him. Mrs. Wilson will look after you. Your Ladyship. Your Lordship. -Louisa. -William. -Raymond. -William. -Lots of good shooting coming. -That's what we're here for.
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The clip opening titles from Gosford Park (2001) 23.976 Don't just stand there, give me a hand with the canopy. -Mary? Merriman? Are you ready? -Mary? Yes, Mr. Burkett. Everything's ready, my Lady.
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The clip opening titles Part 2 from Gosford Park (2001) with Maggie Smith -I think she's knocking. -Well, see what she wants. I can't open this wretched thing. I suppose we'd better stop. I can't get this top off.
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The clip downstairs from Gosford Park (2001) with Kelly Macdonald, Emily Watson Leave everything in one pile. Make sure it's labelled. It'll go up in the luggage lift. -Where's the gun room? -Down there on the right. The keeper'll show you what to do. -I know what to do. -Ellen. What are you doing over there? Take that rain off the cases. Those are Mr. Novello's bags. -Who are you? -I'm Mr. Weissman's man. -The Countess of Trentham. -Make sure they're labelled. -Where am I? -ln the stable block. Her Ladyship is in the Chinese Room. Elsie. You share with the head housemaid. She'll show you where things are. This is Miss Trentham. Take care of her. My name's Mary Maceachran. Not here. It's Trentham. -Lord Stockbridge. Guns. -Down there on the right. -The name's Robert Parks. -Mr. Parks, below stairs you're Mr. Stockbridge. -ls that so? -I knew a Mr. Parks in Norwich. -ls he any relation? -No. London born and bred. -And Her Ladyship's jewels? -lt's this way. George is in charge of the safe. Watch where he puts his hands. Have you got the ones for tonight?
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The clip downstairs Part 2 from Gosford Park (2001) Sorry. Always bring a separate box for the first night.
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