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The Full Monty (1997)

The Full Monty (1997)

The Full Monty is a heartwarming comedy-drama film released in 1997 that quickly gained international acclaim. Directed by Peter Cattaneo, the movie tells the story of a group of unemployed steelworkers from Sheffield, England, who decide to form a male striptease act to overcome their financial struggles and regain their self-worth.

The cast of The Full Monty includes an ensemble of talented actors who brought the characters to life with their exceptional performances. Leading the pack is Robert Carlyle as Gaz, the determined and resourceful leader of the group. Mark Addy joins the cast as Dave, Gaz's loyal friend who struggles with body image issues. Tom Wilkinson takes on the role of Gerald, a former foreman trying to hide his unemployment from his wife. Paul Barber plays Horse, an aging but seasoned performer who brings invaluable experience to the group. Steve Huison portrays Lomper, a quiet and introverted character grappling with his own personal battles. Finally, Hugo Speer rounds up the cast as Guy, a young and nervous member new to the world of stripping.

The Full Monty garnered immense critical acclaim upon its release, touching the hearts of audiences around the world with its humor and relatable characters. It was nominated for multiple awards and went on to win the prestigious BAFTA for Best Film in 1998. The film brilliantly explores themes of friendship, masculinity, and resilience with a perfect blend of comedy and emotional moments.

To truly immerse yourself in the world of The Full Monty, you can now play and download the sounds that made the movie so memorable. From the lively soundtrack that accompanies the characters' journey to the heartfelt dialogue that captures their struggles and triumphs, these sounds will transport you back to the streets of Sheffield in 1997. Whether it's the infectious energy of the actors' performances or the catchy tunes that get stuck in your head, experiencing the sounds of The Full Monty will undoubtedly bring a smile to your face and warmth to your heart.

So, gather your friends, tune in to these iconic sounds, and prepare to laugh, cheer, and dance along with Gaz and his gang as they strive for their moment in the spotlight. You can play and download these treasured sounds of The Full Monty right here, allowing you to relive the magic of this beloved film whenever and wherever you please.

A Dire Straits double album.
A few years and men won't exist. Except in a zoo or summat.
A mate of Linda's had this plastic stuff put on her at this health club.
A woman who wants to go skiing for us holidays!
A Yorkshire version. Them buggers can, we bloody can.
About only thing round here that is.
About six months.
Abracadabra, here he is! Evening, Barry.
After such a long lay off, do you think you're up to the job?
Ah, come in, Torvill.
Ah, Hot Chocolate! Now we're talking!
Ah, love.
Ah, well. There's nowt as queer as folk.
Ah, who'd have ruddy thought it, eh?
Ah! I thought I clocked you!
Alan, announce it, please.
All I need is 700 quid and they've got nowt on me.
All I want to do is get you in a straight bloody line!
All is revealed. I'll sew 'em back up.
All right, all right, I know.
All right, all right.
All right, don't get a benny on.
All right, Gerald? I didn't see you!
All right, kid?
All right, kid.
All right, mate?
All right, sweethearts?
All right, then.
All right! I'll... I'll get tickets! I will!
All right.
All right. Look, I'll meet you by t'doors.
All right. Two weeks.
All the blokes from t'pub are in there.
All this is built on Sheffield's primary industry, steel.
All those nights you were late back
And girls.
And he's a pigeon chested little tosser."
And I tell you summat, mate.
And I tell you,
And I've kept meself...
And it says no smoking in 'ere.
And it's good times for the city's housing, too!
And one for luck!
And state of the art machinery to make the world's finest steel.
And stupid cow here thought you were out looking for a job!
And the kecks.
And this has been going on how long?
And thousands more flock here daily to shop and to work.
And we go back further than I care to remember.
And welcome Mr. Dave Horsefall!
And who's gonna come and see your mates?
And workshops employ some 90,000 men
And you wouldn't say to me,
And you... go forward, OK?
And your live in lovers gonna do that?
And... Well, I...
Anti wrinkle cream there may be, but anti fat bastard cream, there is none.
Anti wrinkle cream.
Any bugger looks like scoring,
Any problems, I'm outside.
Anyway, it's like clingfilm.
Anyway, it's not your mum's house. It's whatshisname... Barry's.
Are we?
Ask him why he's called the Horse.
Ask him!
Ask Smiler in there! No charge!
At work.
Auntie Jean's busy.
Aye, and it says job club up there. When did you last see one of them walk in?
Aye, but they don't give you a hard on, though, do they?
Aye, he bloody would have.
Aye, it's a thought.
Bastard! That were mine, that job!
Be quiet! Me mum'll hear.
Because you're fat and he's thin, and you're both fucking ugly.
Besides, it's a funeral.
Besides, it's good whatsitsname for the lad... Therapy.
Big man.
Bit of this, bit of that, bit of the other.
Bit posh, innit?
Blimey, Naihe!
Bloody hell!
Bloody hell!
Bollocks to your personality! This is what they're looking at.
Brilliant, aren't they?
Bring 'em in.
Busy, you know.
But I only owe him 120 quid.
But I'm taking nowt off. Final.
But it's not all hard work for the people of Steel City.
But six months! Six bloody months!
But this? No, no, no.
But we're here.
But when the sun goes down, the fun really starts
But you don't want to listen to what I say.
But... you know' it's like he's given up.
Button it! Some of us are trying to get a job.
By 'eck!
By closing time, every bugger in Sheffield will know it's us whether we do it or not.
Cam we do normal things sometimes?
Cam you just leave me alone?
Can fellas use this an' all?
Can I have a word? In private, like.
Can't we leave us G strings on, Gaz?
Car. Television.
Cheeky buggers! It's a bloody working men's club!
Cheers, Nathe.
Christ al bloody mighty!
Chuffing Nora!
Cigarette me, for fucks sake.
Come down job club. That'll be a right laugh.
Come on, Al, it's me!
Come on, come on! Come on!
Come on, come on! One, two!
Come on, Dad.
Come on, Dave! It's not for me, it's a funeral!
Come on, Dave. Don't stop now.
Come on, Gerald.
Come on, love.
Come on, love.
Come on, Mr. Security Guard. Do your job.
Come on, put your hands together
Come on!
Come on. Get in quick, and wipe your boots.
Could come in right handy. Might need a bit of music.
Could you borrow us a jacket for t'funeral?
Course he bloody does! Ask him!
Dad, I'm hungry.
Dad! Dad, don't.
Dancers have coordination, skill,
Dave and Lomps, up the wing.
Dave, mate.
Dave, you won't tell anyone, will you?
David... I don't care if they're black, white, or bloody rainbow colored.
Degrading, that's what it were.
Didn't know they would be.
Didn't you work at Harrisons afore it shut down?
Do they?
Do you mind, you!
Do you need a hand?
Do you think he might, though?
Don't be daft! We're getting your money.
Don't be late for job club, lads.
Don't be so bloody daft. We were just saying...
Don't ever call me a fat bastard, all right?
Don't get your clothes dirty, do you?
Don't they?
Drowning. Now there's a way to go.
Dunno, really.
End of chat.
Even a fat bastard like me?
Even go and see a footie game.
Ever been out with a black bloke?
Ever seen a zebra brought down by a pack of wolves?
Except I'm your dad.
Excuse me, no one said anything to me about the full monty.
Fat, David, is a feminist issue.
Find Auntie Jean and tell her Uncle Dave wants a word outside.
Folks don't laugh so loud when you've a grand in your pocket.
For Christ's sake, we're looking for dancing.
Frank don't fancy me and I don't fancy Frank, right? So give over!
Frankie! Do you want my body?
Friday. Dress rehearsal tomorrow.
From high tensile girders
From the front, like.
Fucking hell! You'll let some poof wave his tackle at your missis?
Fucking pick'n'mix were driving me crazy.
Gary Schofield.
Gary the lad! What are you up to, then, shifty?
Gary, my friend,
Gaz said he wanted something a bit flashy.
Gaz, hang on.
Gaz, who's gonna buy a rusty girder?
Gaz! 'Ey, look 'ere.
Gaz! That were our Jean, weren't it?
Gentlemen, the lunchbox... has landed.
Gerald Arthur Cooper.
Gerald, come on, mate. Just an hour!
Gerald, for once, I'm dead serious. I need your help.
Gerald, me lad, you're gonna be famous down job club.
Gerald? Go get chuffed!
Get on with it!
Give it a go at that.
Give over, it's only a poster.
Give us a break!
God, is there anyone I don't get bollocked by?
Good luck, eh?
Goodnight, Gary.
Guess what.
Hang on, though.
Have to make an appointment.
Have you been actively seeking work over the last fortnight?
Have you done any work, paid or unpaid, over the last fortnight?
Haven't brought me trunks, have I?
Haven't got any mates.
Haven't you grown out of all that yet?
He can hear all right.
He can't hear you through your... triple bloody glazing.
He knows me. He plastered our bathroom a while back.
He'd tell every bugger! We'd be laughed out of Sheffield.