The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Siblings Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter step through a magical wardrobe and find the land of Narnia. There, they discover a charming, once peaceful kingdom that has been plunged into eternal winter by the evil White Witch, Jadis. Aided by the wise and magnificent lion, Aslan, the children lead Narnia into a spectacular, climactic battle to be free of the Witch’s glacial powers forever.
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Film Cast:

  • Lucy Pevensie: Georgie Henley
  • Edmund Pevensie: Skandar Keynes
  • Peter Pevensie: William Moseley
  • Susan Pevensie: Anna Popplewell
  • White Witch: Tilda Swinton
  • Mr. Tumnus: James McAvoy
  • Professor Kirke: Jim Broadbent
  • Ginarrbrik: Kiran Shah
  • Father Christmas: James Cosmo
  • Mrs. Pevensie: Judy McIntosh
  • Mrs. MacReady: Elizabeth Hawthorne
  • Oreius: Patrick Kake
  • General Otmin: Shane Rangi
  • Boy on Train: Brandon Cook
  • Girl on Train: Cassie Cook
  • Train Conductor: Morris Lupton
  • Distraught Mother: Shelly Edwards
  • Distraught Mother: Susan Haldane
  • Distraught Mother: Margaret Bremner
  • Soldier: Jaxin Hall
  • German Pilot: Terry Murdoch
  • Green Dryad: Katrina Browne
  • Rumblebuffin the Giant: Lee Tuson
  • Hag: Elizabeth Kirk
  • Hag: Felicity Hamill
  • Hag: Kate O’Rourke
  • Hag: Sonya Hitchcock
  • Hag: Lucy Tanner
  • Hag: Tiggy Mathias
  • Faun: Gregory Cooper
  • Faun: Richard King
  • Faun: Russell Pickering
  • Centaur: Ben Barrington
  • Centaur: Charles Williams
  • Centaur: Vanessa Cater
  • Centaur: Allison Sarofim
  • Centaur Archer: Alina Phelan
  • Satyr: Stephen Ure
  • Satyr: Sam La Hood
  • Red & Black Dwarf: Ajay Ratilal Navi
  • Red & Black Dwarf: Bhoja ‘BK’ Kannada
  • Red & Black Dwarf: Zakiuddin Mohd. Farooque
  • Red & Black Dwarf: M. Ramaswami
  • Red & Black Dwarf: Praphaphorn ‘Fon’ Chansantor
  • Red & Black Dwarf: Nikhom Nusungnern
  • Red & Black Dwarf: Doungdieo Savangvong
  • Lucy (Older): Rachael Henley
  • Edmund (Older): Mark Wells
  • Peter (Older): Noah Huntley
  • Susan (Older): Sophie Winkleman
  • Aslan (voice): Liam Neeson
  • Mr. Beaver (voice): Ray Winstone
  • Mrs. Beaver (voice): Dawn French
  • Mr. Fox (voice): Rupert Everett
  • Gryphon (voice): Cameron Rhodes
  • Philip the Horse (voice): Philip Steuer
  • Vardan (voice): Jim May
  • Wolf (voice): Sim Evan-Jones
  • Radio Announcer (voice): Douglas Gresham
  • Maugrim (voice – uncredited): Michael Madsen

Film Crew:

  • Director of Photography: Donald McAlpine
  • Casting: Liz Mullane
  • Stunts: Sala Baker
  • Casting: Gail Stevens
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Richard Beggs
  • Producer: David Minkowski
  • Producer: Matthew Stillman
  • Producer: Mark Johnson
  • Executive Producer: Andrew Adamson
  • Novel: C. S. Lewis
  • Unit Production Manager: Philip Steuer
  • Editor: Sim Evan-Jones
  • Co-Producer: Douglas Gresham
  • Executive Producer: Perry Moore
  • First Assistant Director: K.C. Hodenfield
  • Editor: Jim May
  • Production Design: Roger Ford
  • Set Decoration: Kerrie Brown
  • Costume Design: Isis Mussenden
  • Screenplay: Ann Peacock
  • Screenplay: Christopher Markus
  • Screenplay: Stephen McFeely
  • Original Music Composer: Harry Gregson-Williams
  • Art Direction: Jules Cook
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jim Berney
  • Still Photographer: Phil Bray
  • Supervising Art Director: Ian Gracie
  • Casting: Pippa Hall
  • Post-Production Manager: Jonas Thaler
  • Visual Effects Editor: Michael Gaylin
  • Unit Production Manager: Beth DePatie
  • Supervising Dialogue Editor: David Bach
  • Visual Effects Art Director: Henrik Tamm
  • 2D Supervisor: Craig Seitz
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Terry Porter
  • Assistant Art Director: Elaine Kusmishko
  • Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Howard Berger
  • Art Direction: Jeffrey Thorp
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Dean A. Zupancic
  • Creature Design: Dean Wright
  • Production Sound Mixer: Tony Johnson
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Jason Durey
  • Executive In Charge Of Production: Douglas Jones
  • ADR Supervisor: Kimberly Harris
  • Second Assistant Director: Mark Taylor
  • Color Timer: Anthony Harris
  • Compositing Lead: Pablo Holcer
  • Animation Supervisor: Richard Baneham
  • Software Engineer: Berj Bannayan
  • Creature Design: Neville Page
  • Production Supervisor: Marianna Rowinska
  • Art Direction: Karen Murphy
  • Second Second Assistant Director: Tony Simpson
  • Additional Sound Re-Recordist: Keith Rogers
  • Makeup Artist: Tomáš Kuchta
  • Dialogue Editor: David V. Butler
  • Foley Artist: John T. Cucci
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Scott Farrar
  • Second Unit Director: Phil Neilson
  • Compositing Supervisor: Greg Maloney
  • Assistant Property Master: Justine Muxlow
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: Rpin Suwannath
  • Visual Effects Producer: John Clinton
  • Visual Effects Assistant Editor: Jim Milton
  • Visual Effects: Douglas Bloom
  • ADR Editor: Laura Graham
  • Sequence Supervisor: Raymond Chen
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Daniel Perez Ferreira
  • Digital Intermediate Editor: Everette Webber
  • Lead Animator: Delio Tramontozzi
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Chris Anderson
  • Set Dresser: Daniel Birt
  • First Assistant Director: Simon Ambridge
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Bob Mercier
  • Stunts: Sean Button
  • Art Department Manager: Paul Tobin
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Bill Westenhofer
  • Makeup Designer: Nikki Gooley
  • Animation: Larry White
  • Special Effects Assistant: Hauk Olafsson
  • Digital Producer: Julie D’Antoni
  • Additional Second Assistant Director: Chris Castaldi
  • Animation: Yuhon Ng
  • Matte Painter: Rodrigo Estrada Alday
  • First Assistant Director: Mary Soan
  • Sound Effects Editor: Heather Gross
  • Stunt Coordinator: Ryszard Janikowski
  • Assistant Editor: Kenton Hulme
  • Foley Mixer: James Ashwill
  • Production Supervisor: Richard E. Chapla Jr.
  • Lead Painter: Leigh-Alexandra Jacob
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Carlos Arguello
  • Production Executive: Brigham Taylor
  • Storyboard Artist: James Beihold
  • Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Tami Lane
  • Animation: Ian Blum
  • Second Assistant Director: Anton Steel
  • I/O Supervisor: Dennis Webb
  • Grip: Steve Ball
  • Gaffer: James M. McEwen
  • Property Master: Pip Steel
  • Set Painter: Tane Griffin
  • Lighting Supervisor: Salar Saleh
  • Second Assistant Director: Jeff Okabayashi
  • First Assistant Director: Jirí Ostry
  • Negative Cutter: Boyd Steer
  • 3D Animator: Carlos Aldana
  • Cableman: David Matusek
  • Hairstylist: Tracy Reeby
  • Production Manager: Andrea Chadimová
  • Unit Production Manager: Tim Coddington
  • ADR Mixer: Dave Hibbert
  • Key Grip: Don McCall
  • Layout Supervisor: David Washburn
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Wilmer Lin
  • Art Department Assistant: Penny Kerr
  • Art Department Coordinator: Pavla Prunerova
  • Construction Foreman: Martin Hampl
  • Greensman: Tom Butt
  • Painter: Alex Doyle
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Marc Fishman
  • Sculptor: Anneke Bester
  • Standby Painter: Stewart Burchall
  • First Assistant Camera: Lee Allison
  • Key Hair Stylist: Vivienne MacGillicuddy
  • Carpenter: Stuart Allen
  • Makeup Effects: Val Crawford
  • Propmaker: Gerard Beckingsale
  • Sound Recordist: Jeannette Cremarosa
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Kat Stephens
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Vikas Chirate
  • Telecine Colorist: Dee McClelland
  • Electrician: Tony Slack
  • Lighting Artist: Colin Cunningham
  • Production Coordinator: Ben Wood
  • Boom Operator: Fiona Ewen
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Ethan Holzman
  • Sound Mixer: Malcolm Cromie
  • Digital Compositors: Pablo Arteaga
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Monty Phillips
  • Motion Capture Artist: Aaron Easterbrooks
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Andrew A. Paules
  • Contact Lens Painter: Cristina Patterson
  • ADR Recordist: Brendon Morrow
  • Special Effects Technician: Ryan Hartnett
  • Sculptor: Daniel Falconer
  • Assistant Makeup Artist: Václav Frank
  • Stunt Double: Dayna Grant
  • Set Painter: Amy Wright
  • VFX Artist: Brian Ducharme
  • Project Manager: Andrew Smith
  • Production Assistant: E.M. Bowen
  • Second Assistant Camera: Giselle Brewton
  • Third Assistant Director: Katie Hutchinson
  • Assistant Production Manager: Ryan Pollreisz
  • Second Second Assistant Director: Emma Hinton
  • Third Assistant Director: Katie Flannigan
  • Construction Buyer: Clayton Ercolano
  • Head Greensman: Russell Hoffman
  • Sound Assistant: Natalie Doherty
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Scott Behrnes
  • Data Wrangler: Felix Pomeranz
  • Creature Technical Director: Andrea Maiolo
  • Effects Supervisor: Andy Sheng
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Jeffery Beeland
  • Rotoscoping Artist: Rahul Galwankar
  • Production Assistant: Vincent Sieber
  • Assistant Director: Vojta Hlavicka
  • Production Manager: Janusz B. Czech
  • Production Manager: Maciej Wojak
  • Assistant Director: Maria Czech
  • Third Assistant Director: Gene Keelan
  • Second Assistant Director: Frantisek Rezek
  • First Assistant Director: Terri Kilmartin
  • Second Assistant Director: Jo Warren
  • Third Assistant Director: Amand Weaver
  • Third Assistant Director: Sarah Rose

Movie Reviews:

  • r96sk: Long bloody title, but a great film no doubt.

    I had seen ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ before but hadn’t watched it for years and years, I remembered the vast majority though – it’s a memorable film after all. There’s a great battle scene in there, some fun characters and strong effects. It’s a tad too long, but not by much.

    It has a nice charm to it also, as they set up Narnia excellently. The quartet of children are very well cast, all four of them suit their roles to a T. Georgie Henley is sweet as Lucy, while William Moseley and Anna Popplewell fulfil the roles of Peter and Susan comfortably. Edmund, meanwhile, is of course annoying, but Skandar Keynes does a good job portraying him.

    Elsewhere, Tilda Swinton and Liam Neeson are terrific casts as the White Witch and Aslan. Both do great, especially Swinton. James McAvoy, Ray Winstone, Michael Madsen and Rupert Everett are smart choices too.

    I’ve, as far as I’m aware, never seen the two sequels so very much look forward to seeing what they have in store for me. They’ll do well to match this first film, that’s for sure.

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