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Mrs. Brown (18-Jul-1997)

Director: John Madden

Writer: Jeremy Brock

Composer: Stephen Warbeck

Producer: Sarah Curtis

Keywords: Drama, Biography, British Royalty

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gerard Butler
13-Nov-1969   Dracula 2000
Billy Connolly
24-Nov-1942   Scottish comedian
Judi Dench
9-Dec-1934   Mrs. Brown
Geoffrey Palmer
4-Jun-1927   Lionel Hardcastle on As Time Goes By


Judi Dench   ...   Queen Victoria
Billy Connolly   ...   John Brown
Antony Sher   ...   Disraeli
Geoffrey Palmer   ...   Henry Ponsonby
Richard Pasco   ...   Dr. Jenner
David Westhead   ...   Bertie, Prince of Wales
Gerard Butler   ...   Archie Brown
Bridget McConnell   ...   Lady Ely
Georgie Glen   ...   Lady Churchill
Catherine O'Donnell   ...   Lady-in-Waiting
Sara Stewart   ...   Princess Alexandra
Finty Williams   ...   Princess Helena
Claire Nicolson   ...   Princess Louise
Hattie Ladbury   ...   Princess Alice
Oliver Kent   ...   Prince Alfred
Alex Menzies   ...   Prince Arthur
Simon McKerrell   ...   Prince Leopold
Rupert Farley   ...   Bertie's Valet
Elaine Collins   ...   Mrs. Grant
Jimmy Chisholm   ...   Mr. Grant
Jason Morell   ...   Lord Stanley
Rebecca Charles   ...   Assistant Dresser
Cherith Mellor   ...   Mary Ann Disraeli
George Hall   ...   Speaker of the House
Robin Marchal   ...   Commons Counter
Oliver Ford Davies   ...   Dean of Windsor
Patrick Hannaway   ...   Journalist
John Ramsay   ...   Journalist
Delia Lindsay   ...   Society Lady
James Vaughan   ...   Sir Charles Dilke
Brendan O'Hea   ...   Barney
Theo Steele   ...   Footman


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