A Fistful of Fingers
|A Fistful of Fingers|
|Directed by||Edgar Wright|
|Produced by||Edgar Wright
|Written by||Edgar Wright|
|Music by||François Evans|
|Edited by||Giles Harding|
|Distributed by||Blue Dolphin Film Distribution|
|Running time||78 minutes|
A Fistful of Fingers is a 1995 British film written and directed by Edgar Wright.
It is a homonymous remake of an earlier, and even lower-budget, movie by Wright and starring Graham Low which had been made while they were still at school. The original Fistful of Fingers was never picked up by a distributor, but did receive enough local attention - along with his other similarly spoof-based school-era work such as "Carbolic Soap", "The Unparkables" and "Rolf Harris Saves the World" - for Wright to win funding for the 1994 remake.
- Graham Low as 'No-Name'
- Oli van der Vijver as The Squint
- Nicola Stapleton as Floozy
- Martin Curtis as Running Sore
- Jeremy Beadle as Himself
- Neil Mullarkey as Stand Up Comedian
- Dan Palmer as 'Pile-On' Kid
- Mark Sheffield as Calamity Keith
- Edgar Wright as Cheesy Voiceover Artist/Two Bit Farmer Cameo
- Quentin Green as Jimmy James
- A Fistful of Fingers at the Internet Movie Database
- A Fistful of Fingers at the British Comedy Guide
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