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Mr Stink

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David Walliams’s book about a homeless man who is befriended by a lonely young girl, Chloe, was written with kids in mind, so it’s stuffed with references to bottoms, belches, farts and smells. But there’s some subtle moralising and tackling of prejudices.

Sheridan Smith is fabulous as a potential MP whose politics are slightly to the right of Hitler, while it was genius to cast Hugh Bonneville as the odoriferous Mr Stink and BGT’s Pudsey as his canine companion. Funny and heart-warming, it even has a cameo from Walliams himself.


Family comedy based on the children's novel by David Walliams. Twelve-year-old Chloe leads a lonely existence - her mother is too busy with her political ambitions to take any interest in her daughter, her hen-pecked dad is hiding a secret of his own and she cannot hope to compete with her `perfect' younger sister - to say nothing of the nasty girls who make her school life a misery. So when she meets a tramp in need of somewhere to stay, she invites him to hide in her family's garden shed - but it soon turns out there is more to her smelly guest than meets the eye. Downton Abbey's Hugh Bonneville stars, with Sheridan Smith, Johnny Vegas and Isabella Blake-Thomas, and an appearance from Britain's Got Talent winner Pudsey the dog.

Cast & Crew

Mr Stink Hugh Bonneville
Mum Sheridan Smith
Dad Johnny Vegas
Prime Minister David Walliams
Chloe Nell Tiger Free
The Duchess Pudsey
Annabelle Isabella Blake-Thomas
Raj Harish Patel
Pippa Jemma Donovan
Presenter Alex MacQueen
Sir Derek Dimble Steve Pemberton
Prime Minister's aide Danny Lee Wynter
Director Declan Lowney
Producer Jo Sargent
Writer David Walliams
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