The Kitchen Toto
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The Kitchen Toto

The Kitchen Toto
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byHarry Hook
Produced byAnn Skinner
Written byHarry Hook
Music byJohn E. Keane
CinematographyRoger Deakins
Edited byTom Priestley
British Screen Productions
Channel Four Films
Skreba Films
Distributed byCannon Films
Release date
  • 13 May 1988 (1988-05-13)
Running time
96 min
CountryUnited Kingdom

The Kitchen Toto is a 1988 British drama film directed by Harry Hook and starring Edwin Mahinda, Bob Peck and Phyllis Logan.[1]


In Kenya in 1950, a British policeman takes a murdered black priest's son to live with him at his home as a houseboy.


  • Edwin Mahinda as Mwangi
  • Bob Peck as John Graham
  • Phyllis Logan as Janet Graham
  • Nicholas Charles as Mugo
  • Ronald Pirie as Edward Graham
  • Robert Urquhart as D.C. McKinnon
  • Kirsten Hughes as Mary McKinnon
  • Edward Judd as Dick Luis
  • Nathan Dambuza Mdledle as Mzee, Mwangi's Father
  • Ann Wanjuga as Mwangi's Mother
  • Job Seda as Kamau
  • Leo Wringer as Sergeant Stephen


  1. ^ "The Kitchen Toto (1987) | BFI". Retrieved 2017.

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