The Illustrated Family Doctor Trailer

The Illustrated Family Doctor Trailer (2005)

03 March 2005 Comedy 101 mins

Gary Kelp (Samuel Johnson) is losing the plot. As he edits a medical journal called The Illustrated Family Doctor, his life and his body seem to be falling apart. A black comedy about coping with the modern world, based on the novel by David Snell.

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Cast

Samuel Johnson

as Gary Kelp

Colin Friels

as Ray Gill

Jessica Napier

as Christine

Sacha Horler

as Carol Kelp

Kestie Morassi

as Jennifer

Brian Meegan

as Bob Boundary

Paul Sonkkila

as Snapper Thompson

Sarah Pierse

as Gary's Mum

Jason Gann

as Carl Lucas

William Zappa

as Adrian Kelp

Emma Randall

as Clarice Stoker

Andrew Ausage

as Morgue Orderly

Beth Armstrong

as Matronly Woman

Alex Babic

as Kerry

Crew

Kevin Hayward

Kevin Hayward Director of Photography

Elizabeth Mary Moore

Elizabeth Mary Moore Production Design

Wendy Cork

Wendy Cork Costume Design

International Releases Dates

Australia 03 March 2005

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