DirectorPino Van Lamsweerde WriterRene Goscinny, Albert Uderzo LanguageFrench
Release date3 December 1986 (1986-12-03) AdaptationsAsterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra (2002) Main characterObelix, Asterix, Dogmatix, Getafix, Impedimenta, Assurancetourix, Geriatrix, Cetautomatix, Vitalstatistix BooksAsterix the Gaul (1959), Asterix and the Golden Sickle (1960), Asterix and the Goths (1961), Asterix the Gladiator (1962), Asterix and Cleopatra (1963)
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Asterix in Britain (French: Astérix chez les Bretons) is a Belgian/French animated film released in 1986; the fifth Asterix feature film, and the last from Dargaud Films. It is based on the book of the same name. The theme song The Lookout is Out was performed by Cook da Books based on the previous film's theme but with a slower tempo, played with acoustic guitars and brand new English lyrics.
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Asterix and Obelix must travel to Britain with a barrel of Magic potion, to help a rebel village fight against the Roman Empire, which has conquered the whole country.
English voice cast
Jack Beaber ... Asterix
Bill Kearns ... Obelix
Frank Welker ... Anticlimax
Herbert Baskind ... Totalapsus
Jimmy Shuman ... Chateaupetrus
Phil Hartman ... Stratocumulus
Sean O'Neil ... General Motus
Gordon Heath ... Caesar
Robert Barr ... Getafix
Steve Gadler ... Vitalstatistix
Changes from the book
The movie contains many changes from the original story:
Dogmatix comes along with the heroes for the journey and gets a subplot involving him following the barrel thief to his house.
Caesar's role in the film is larger, and he has more screen time. (He had only a cameo appearance in the book)
Some of the characters (such as the Roman army officers and the British pubkeeper) have different names and designs.
Asterix and Obelix meet the pirates on their way to Britain.
In addition to the regular principal pirates, including the captain and the African lookout, there is a teenaged rookie pirate whose sole purpose in the film is to have his comrades explain their phobia of Gauls, as well as make inane comments whenever their ship is sunk (instead of the old peg-legged pirate as in the comics).
Asterix doesn't get tea from Getafix, but from some Phoenicians who Obelix saved from the pirates.
The search for the stolen barrel of potion is shorter than in the book.
Stonehenge makes an appearance in the movie.
In the book, Asterix found out that the barrel was sold to the rugby team by the Pubkeeper, whilst in the film the rugby team were simply the first on the list.
During the meeting with the pirates: On the way back, the captain sank his own ship, much like in the book Asterix and Cleopatra.
In the English dub, Fulliautomatix and Impedimenta were renamed to Blacksmix and Instantmix respectively.
In the book, the uniform of the rugby team that had the magic potion, Camulodunum, was white and blue, identical to Colchester FC's current colours.