Bernard and the Genie

Bernard and the Genie

Director: Paul Weiland Cast: Andre Bernard, Angie Clarke, John Gabriel


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This heart-warming made-for-television holiday comedy drama from Great Britain tells the tale of a recently unemployed art dealer whose every Christmas wish comes true after he finds a genie bottled up in a tarnished old lamp.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/04/2007
UPC: 0018619960899
Original Release: 1992
Source: Televista
Region Code: 0
Time: 1:10:00
Sales rank: 37,014

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Andre Bernard Actor
Angie Clarke Actor
John Gabriel Actor
Dennis Lili Frank Kepple
David Forman Actor
Kevin Allen Kevin
Rowan Atkinson Charles Pinkworth
Melvyn Bragg Himself
Alan Cumming Bernard Bottle
Bob Geldof Himself
Sally Geoghegan Actor
Janet Henfrey Actor
Lenny Henry Josephus--the Genie

Technical Credits
Paul Weiland Director
John Beard Production Designer
Richard Curtis Screenwriter
Howard Goodall Score Composer
Rod McLean Production Designer
Jacinta Peel Producer
Roger Pratt Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Bernard & the Genie
1. Opening Credits [1:26]
2. 2000 Years Later [5:23]
3. Mr. Depressed [6:24]
4. Am I Alright? [6:22]
5. Make a Wish [7:23]
6. On the Town! [10:10]
7. Grand Theft [7:20]
8. Very Kinky [5:33]
9. Stepping Out [6:22]
10. Payback [5:25]
11. Goodbye [3:23]
12. End Credits [2:14]

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Bernard and the Genie 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I watched this when I was about 5, and it was the coolest thing ever! Alan Cumming and Lenny Henry are really good in it, and the ending is funny...teeheehee 'woohooyeah, weird noises etc' did that make any sense? Probably not, even to those who've seen it before...never mind.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The summoning up of a 2,000-year-genie to a luckless lad just before Christmas Eve uses the innocence of the main character and the ''out-of-touch''-ness of the genie to highlight the foibles of modern day London. When it turns out the Genie knew Jesus Christ way back when, the (previously) hilarious takes on modern society acquire dead-center skewering of the culture and yet a poignancy for Bernard, who's only trying to establish some lasting relationship. This is more adult fare, for older teens and up, with the genie's earthy approach to life and its references to modern society and its fetishes. Much would go over the head of younger viewers. Highly recommended; this could become a Christmas Day tradition in your household!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i think this classic film is one of the best as the genie comes to bernards rescue in the future, it is full of comedy scenes that made me laugh so hard, i love it and would recomend it to anyone
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is funny, heartwarming, and just plain fun to watch! The Genie is hilarious as he experiences life in the 20th century with his newfound ''master'' Bernard. And Bernard, goes from down and out to having the best Christmas ever. It is lighthearted and definitely something different, suitable for the family, although children might not understand all the humor (they will be entertained by the Genie's antics, though!)
irishtimbit More than 1 year ago
Loved this movie so much! Just ordered it so I can watch again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago