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  1. Piccadilly Jim is a romantic comedy film directed by John McKay, starring Sam Rockwell and Frances O'Connor. It is based on the 1917 comic novel Piccadilly Jim by P. G. Wodehouse. The film was shot in 2004, shown at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival, and released in the UK in 2006.

  2. Piccadilly Jim: Directed by John McKay. With Sam Rockwell, Frances O'Connor, Tom Wilkinson, Brenda Blethyn. Set in the 1930s, an American with a scandalous reputation on both sides of the Atlantic must do an about-face in order to win back the woman of his dreams.

    • (1,2K)
    • Comedy, Romance
    • John McKay
    • 2004-11
  3. Overview. Set in the 1930s, an American with a scandalous reputation on both sides of the Atlantic must do an about-face in order to win back the woman of his dreams. John McKay. Director. P.G. Wodehouse. Novel. Julian Fellowes. Screenplay.

  4. Synopsis. James Crocker: young, dashing and American, is having a jolly time in London; drinking, partying with unsuitable ladies and starting bar room brawls, earning him the nickname 'Piccadilly Jim'. That is, until his fearsome Aunt Nesta appears from New York, determined to drag him home, teach him some manners and get him a proper job.

  5. Piccadilly Jim is a romantic comedy film directed by John McKay, starring Sam Rockwell and Frances O'Connor. It is based on the 1917 comic novel Piccadilly Jim by P. G. Wodehouse. The film was shot in 2004, shown at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival, and released in the UK in 2006.

  6. ashley h Piccadilly Jim is a disappointing film. It is about an American street caricaturist who falls in love with a young woman who suddenly disappears in London. Robert Montgomery and Madge ...

    • Comedy
  7. Summaries. Set in the 1930s, an American with a scandalous reputation on both sides of the Atlantic must do an about-face in order to win back the woman of his dreams. It's the 1930's. American sisters Eugenia Crocker and Nesta Pett are extremely wealthy and extremely competitive, with each disliking the other.