The Vicar of Dibley: A Holy Wholly Happy Ending
BBC Home Video (2007)
TV Series  /  Comedy, Romance
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IMDB   8.0
171 mins UK / English
DVD  Region 1   NR (Not Rated)
John Bluthal Frank Pickle
Roger Lloyd-Pack Owen Newitt
Keeley Hawes Rosie Kennedy
James Fleet Hugo Horton
Dawn French Geraldine Granger
Trevor Peacock Jim Trott
Emma Chambers Alice Horton
Gary Waldhorn David Horton
Gareth Vaughan Gonads
Richard Armitage Harry Kennedy
Hugh Bonneville Jeremy Ogilvy
Peter Cartwright Funeral Man
Nicholas Blane Singing Vicar
Marlene Sidaway Mistaken Mother
Catherine Odusanya Wedding Guest
Richard Curtis Himself
Paul Mayhew-Archer Himself
Ed Bye
Producer Richard Curtis
Jon Plowman
Sophie Clarke-Jervoise
Peter Bennett-Jones
Writer Richard Curtis
Paul Mayhew-Archer
Cinematography John Sorapure
Musician Howard Goodall

The Vicar of Dibley begins after the older Vicar Pottle dies, the people of Dibley need to find a suitable replacement for him. Most would assume they'd find a young interesting man, or something of that sort, but instead they get Geraldine Granger (Dawn French). She's not exactly the kind of person you'd expect for that sort of position, with her jokes and honest, yet sweet attitude. She quickly became popular with the people in Dibley, because of her enthusiasm and caring personality. Each episode uses the clashing of personalities, to bring great comedy. A lot of plots revolve around Geraldine and Alice Tinker (Emma Chambers) who is the Verger, and a good friend to Geraldine despite her complete lack of common sense. Other important characters include David Horton (Gary Waldhorn) who is amazingly full of himself, Hugo Horton (James Fleet[/person) David's son who is later married to Alice, Jim Trott ([person]Trevor Peacock)
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/25/2006  1.  The Handsome Stranger
It's time to celebrate when the vicar learns that she has done her 100th wedding, but not for the vicar. Meanwhile the community gets angry when Londoner's are moving into their village, which causes the vicar to complain to one of them but instead she falls in love with one of them. After Alice reads 'The Da Vinci Code' she becomes convinced she is related to God and when the vicar hires a young nude model for the villagers to paint they unfortunately get no painting done. Meanwhile as the vicar woo's her new fella she finds he has girlfriend, fortunately after a bit of spying she finds it his sister and at the end she finally gets engaged
Guest starring:  Richard ArmitageKeeley Hawes
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Geraldine marries Harry with the village in tow as wedding planners. Owen tries one last time, to get the Vicar to be with him and fails. As the villagers take their individual jobs for the wedding, Alice becomes the stylist for the wedding. The theme of the wedding is the surprisingly non-traditional, "Doctor Who". As the Vicar steps out of the church, a married woman, she sets off, and we see clips from past episodes. After the end credits, Harry intervenes with Geraldine's joke and Alice finally gets it and finds it alot funnier then anyone could expect.
Guest starring:  Keely Hawkes,  Richard Armitage
Edition Details
Series The Vicar of Dibley
Distributor BBC Home Video
Release Date 10/9/2007
Screen Ratio Fullscreen (4:3)
Audio Tracks Stereo [English]
No. of Discs/Tapes 1