Released 2001
Duration 137 minutes
Director Robert Altman
Written by Julian Fellowes
Music Patrick Doyle
Studio USA Films
Rated R

Gosford Park is a 2001 film combining the period drama, mystery pastiche, and social commentary on the class divisions in 1930s England. Incorporating multiple storylines, the film gathers a motley group of guests at the weekend home of Sir William McCordle (Michael Gambon), and tensions both below and above stairs culminate in the lord of the manor's murder.

Digital effects for the film were provided by Jim Henson's Creature Shop.


  • Eileen Atkins as Mrs. Croft
  • Bob Balaban as Morris Weissman
  • Alan Bates as Jennings
  • Charles Dance as Raymond Stockbridge
  • Stephen Fry as Inspector Thompson
  • Michael Gambon as Sir William McCordle
  • Richard E. Grant as George
  • Tom Hollander as Anthony Meredith
  • Derek Jacobi as Probert
  • Kelly MacDonald as Mary Maceachran
  • Helen Mirren as Mrs. Wilson
  • Jeremy Northam as Ivor Novello
  • Clive Owen as Robert Parks
  • Ryan Phillippe as Henry Denton
  • Maggie Smith as Constance Trentham
  • Geraldine Somerville as Louisa Stockbridge
  • Kristin Scott Thomas as Lady Sylvia McCordle
  • Sophie Thompson as Dorothy
  • Emily Watson as Elsie
  • James Wilby as Freddie Nesbitt
  • Frank Thornton as Mr. Birkett