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The Making of 'Zulu': Roll of Honour (2002)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Stanley Baker ... (archive footage)
James Booth James Booth ... Himself
Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi ... (archive footage)
Michael Caine ... (archive footage)
Glynn Edwards ... Himself
Nigel Green ... (archive footage)
Patrick Magee ... (archive footage)
Ellen Martin Ellen Martin ... Herself (as Lady Ellen Baker)
Lancelot Narayan Lancelot Narayan ... Narrator
Robert Porter Robert Porter ... Himself
Joe Powell Joe Powell ... Himself
Jan Prebble Jan Prebble ... Herself
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The first part of 'The Making of Zulu'

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Documentary | Short

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 November 2002 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Production Co:

Lipsync Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Lady Ellen Baker was filmed in the Dorchester Club, London, once frequented by her and her husband, Sir Stanley Baker. See more »

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the making of Zulu
23 March 2006 | by o-connor-bSee all my reviews

Quite an interesting film with some of the cast as they are now, including Lady Ellen Baker, Stanleys wife. James Booth , Hook(ie) in the film and Glyn Edwards (remember the barman from Minder?) who played Corporal Allen. It also gives an insight into how the film came into production and the cost to make, which was approx $2,000,000 after costs had been cut from $2.6 million. If you are a fan of the film it does make interesting viewing. One very interesting point from the film is that they only used 500 Zulus in the entire production, filming from different angles to the effect of thousands of them. It also gave a bit of inside info about the opening shots of the aftermath of the battle at Ishlandwhana, some of the bodies in the distance were in fact painted rocks. I rated it at 7/10 as a fan of both films (Zulu Dawn as well).


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