Gandhi Movie Trivia

Gandhi Trivia


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Film facts for the 1982 Drama movie starring Ben Kingsley, Candice Bergen, Edward Fox More Cast

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When Gandhi (played by Ben Kingsley) travels to London, he stays at Kingsley Hall. Coincidence?
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Richard Attenborough first offered Candice Bergen her cameo role in 1966.
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As a young girl, Candice Bergen aspired to be a photo journalist and while working as a Ford model in the 1960's, she delved into the subject. Among her subjects were Charlie Chaplin, Black Panthers, and Paul Newman. Attenborough approached Bergen for the role of Margaret Bourke-White while they were shooting "The Sand Pebbles" (1966).
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In John Ratzenberger's brief scene, his voice is dubbed.
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Michael Stanley-Evans, the Producer, actually brought the film in under budget by one penny!
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Ben Kingsley's (born Krishna Bhanji) paternal family was from the Indian state of Gujarat, which is the same state Mahatma Gandhi was from.
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Daniel Day-Lewis made his debut in this movie as Colin, a South African street tough.
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Om Puri who has a cameo in this movie was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in 2004.

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