R | | Comedy
Chaos ensues when a man tries to expose a dark secret regarding a recently deceased patriarch of a dysfunctional British family.
Frank Oz once said that it was impossible to make Peter Vaughan laugh on the set because he was so deeply into the crotchety character of Uncle Alfie. He was the only principal actor to refrain from "corpsing" throughout, thus there was no footage of Peter cracking up to use for the closing credit montage.
Just, uh, straight through there and to the left, please.
When writing the cheque for Peter only his Christian name was known so he could not have completed the cheque. The character is in the credits only as Peter so the cheque could never have been valid.
The closing credits give the name of each performer with a blooper shot of them cracking up during filming.
$1,282,973 19 August 2007