The Great Gatsby (2000 film)
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|The Great Gatsby|
|Directed by||Robert Markowitz|
|Produced by||Craig McNeil
|Screenplay by||John McLaughlin|
|Based on||The Great Gatsby
by F. Scott Fitzgerald
|Music by||Carl Davis|
|Edited by||David Beatty|
|Distributed by||A&E Television Networks|
|March 29, 2000|
The Great Gatsby is a 2000 British-American romantic drama television film, based on the 1925 novel of the same name by F. Scott Fitzgerald. It stars Toby Stephens in the title role of Jay Gatsby, Mira Sorvino as Daisy Buchanan, Paul Rudd as Nick Carraway, Martin Donovan as Tom Buchanan, Francie Swift as Jordan Baker, Heather Goldenhersh as Myrtle Wilson and Matt Malloy as Klipspringer. The film on March 29, 2000.
- Toby Stephens as Jay Gatsby
- Mira Sorvino as Daisy Buchanan
- Paul Rudd as Nick Carraway
- Martin Donovan as Tom Buchanan
- Francie Swift as Jordan Baker
- Heather Goldenhersh as Myrtle Wilson
- Matt Malloy as Klipspringer
It was made in collaboration by the A&E Cable Network in the United States, and Granada Productions in Great Britain. It was directed by Robert Markowitz from a teleplay by John J. McLaughlin. The music score was by Carl Davis and the cinematography by Guy Dufaux. The production was designed by Taavo Soodor.
This is the fourth film adaptation of The Great Gatsby.
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