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Bedazzled
Bedazzled 2000
Directed By Harold Ramis
Screenplay By Larry Gelbart, Harold Ramis, Peter Tolan
Cast Brendan Fraser, Elizabeth Hurley, Frances O'Connor
Produced By Trevor Albert, Harold Ramis
Film Editing By Craig Herring
Cinematography By Bill Pope
Music By David Newman
Studio

Regency Enterprises, Kirch Media

Country

United States

Language

English

Release Date

October 20, 2000

Runtime

93 Minutes

Rating PG-13
Distributed By

20th Century Fox

Budget $48,000,000
Gross $90,383,208

Overview

A 2000 fantasy-comedy remake film of the original Bedazzled (1967). Like the original, this film is based on the Faustian Legend of an unhappy man being proffered a deal by the Devil in exchange for his soul. This remake featured Elizabeth Hurley and Brendan Fraser in the roles originally portrayed by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore respectively.

Plot

Hapless dweeb Elliot Richards is a total nonentity at his workplace, actively avoided by his coworkers, doesn't have any friends, and would do anything just to talk to his crush, the lovely Alison Gardner.

And the beautifully seductive Devil decides to take him up on his offer; proffering Elliot the deal of his lifetime.

She will give him seven wishes in exchange for his soul. Surely one of his wishes will give him a great life and the love of Alison! Or will it?

Because as Elliot is about to learn, the Devil doesn't play fair and he doesn't have a chance in Hell to win.

Cast

  • Brendan Fraser as Elliot Richards, Jefe, Abraham Lincoln
  • Elizabeth Hurley as The Devil
  • Frances O'Connor as Alison Gardner, Nicole Delarusso
  • Orlando Jones as Daniel, Dan, Danny, Esteban, Beach Jock, Lamar Garrett, Dr. Ngegitigegitibaba
  • Paul Adelstein as Bob, Roberto, Beach Jock, Bob Bob
  • Toby Huss as Jerry, Alejandro, Beach Jock, Jerry Turner, Lance
  • Miriam Shor as Carol, Penthouse Hostess
  • Gabriel Casseus as Elliot's Cellmate
  • Brian Doyle-Murray as Priest
  • Jeff Doucette as Desk Sergeant
  • Aaron Lustig as Synedyne Supervisor
  • Rudolf Martin as Raoul
  • Julian Firth as John Wilkes Booth

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