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Overview

The Amazing Trousers tells the tale of a mild bank clerk who enters into a Faustian pact with a sinister tailor, agreeing to trade his legs after one year in return for enjoying glorious success. The success is brought on by a pair of red trousers...amazing red trousers.

  1. William Felix Clark

    Director, Writer

  2. Andy Kemble

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. David Bamber

    David Bamber

    The Tailor

  2. Alice Eve

    Alice Eve

    Colette

  3. Kris Marshall

    Kris Marshall

    Henry

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Status Released

Release Information

  • July 1, 2007
    PG
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    All ages admitted, but certain scenes may be unsuitable for young children. May contain mild language and sex/drugs references. May contain moderate violence if justified by context (e.g. fantasy).

Original Language English

Runtime 0h 12m

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28

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