True Blue Trailer

True Blue Trailer (1996)

"To be second is to be last." 15 November 1996 Drama, Foreign 118 mins

The story of the year the Oxford and Cambridge boat race changed from a gentleman's race to one where winning was everything.

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Cast

Dominic West

as Donald MacDonald

Bill Nighy

as Jeremy Saville

Darcey Bussell

as Annabel

Johan Leysen

as Daniel Topolski

Brian McGovern

as Rick Ross

Ryan Bollman

as Morrison Black

Edward Atterton

as Freddy Prideaux-Jones

Geraldine Somerville

as Ruth MacDonald

Josh Lucas

as Dan Warren

Noah Huntley

as Nick Bonham

Brian McGovern

as Rick Ross

Darcey Bussell

as Annabel

Crew

Brian Tufano

Brian Tufano Director of Photography

Stanislas Syrewicz

Original Music Composer

Stanislas Syrewicz

Original Music Composer

Linda Lowy

Linda Lowy Casting

Alison Riva

Alison Riva Production Design

Jane Tomblin

Jane Tomblin Art Direction

International Titles

Miracle at Oxford Trailer

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 15 November 1996

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