The Queen's Sister

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Overview

The life of flamboyant crowned head Princess Margaret is explored in this lavish biopic starring Lucy Cohu and Toby Stephens. Beginning with the death of her father in 1952 and spanning through her notorious exploits in the 1970s, the film follows Princess Margaret (Cohu) as she ignites scandal by kissing the daughter of an American dignitary and witnesses the tumultuous relationship between King George and Princess Caroline.
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Overview

The life of flamboyant crowned head Princess Margaret is explored in this lavish biopic starring Lucy Cohu and Toby Stephens. Beginning with the death of her father in 1952 and spanning through her notorious exploits in the 1970s, the film follows Princess Margaret (Cohu) as she ignites scandal by kissing the daughter of an American dignitary and witnesses the tumultuous relationship between King George and Princess Caroline.
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Special Features

DVD Special Features:; A Royal Scandal; Staring Richard E. Grant and narrated by Ian Richardson; The Turbulent story of the disastrous royal marriage in 1795 between George, Prince of Wales (son of George III) and Caroline of Brunswick.; Also: ; A Retrospective of Princess Margaret's early life
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/16/2007
  • UPC: 794051279521
  • Original Release: 2006
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  • Source: Bbc Warner
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 47,464

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lucy Cohu Princess Margaret
Toby Stephens Tony Armstrong-Jones
David Threlfall Price Philip
Meredith MacNeill Sharman Douglas
Technical Credits
Simon Cellan-Jones Director
John Altman Score Composer
David Katznelson Cinematographer
Kath Mattock Producer
Michael Pickwoad Production Designer
Rob Pursey Executive Producer
Tania Reddin Editor
Jill Trevellick Casting
Craig Warner Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Queen's Sister
1. Fifth in Line [4:27]
2. Captain Townsend [6:12]
3. Stirring Things Up [6:15]
4. Anthony Armstrong-Jones [5:35]
5. Let's Do It [3:51]
6. Slumming [4:33]
7. A Royal Wedding [6:48]
8. Princess Margaret's Husband [7:15]
9. Playing Around [5:46]
10. Marriage Rift [4:24]
11. Out of Favor [8:07]
12. Indiscretions [4:50]
13. Cover Up [5:27]
14. Hiding Away [7:53]
15. Divorced [2:44]
16. Party Girl [3:49]
17. Feeling It [6:50]
18. Closing Credits [1:04]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Queen's Sister
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   Scene Select
   Special Features
      A Royal Scandal
      A Brief Retrospective of Princess Margaret's Early Life
      Trailers
         BBC America
         Cambridge Spies
         BBC Drama
         BBC Classics
         MI5 Season 1
         Hustle
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    It is a good TV movie with good actor performances,but what really stills the show is Princess Margaret singing.

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