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Prince Regent: 3: The Bride from Brunswick


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by Robert Muller
A serial in eight episodes starring Peter Egan, Nigel Davenport and Susannah York as Maria FitzHerbert with Keith Barron, Caroline Blakiston, Julian Curry, Dinah Stabb and Frances White
The illegal marriage to Maria turning cold, his debts steadily increasing, the Prince begins to think the unthinkable... Why not a second, official, marriage? But who will be the bride this time?

(An exhibition of the costumes from this series is at Longleat House, Warminster, Wiltshire)


Writer: Robert Muller
Music composed by: Carl Davis
Film Cameraman: Nat Crosby
Film Recordist: Bob Roberts
Designer: Barrie Dobbins
Designer: Barry Newbery
Producer: Colin Tucker
Director: Michael Simpson
Maria Fitzherbert: Susannah York
King George III: Nigel Davenport
Valet to King: Ronald Markham
George, Prince of Wales: Peter Egan
Charles James Fox: Keith Barron
Richard Sheridan: Clive Merrison
Lt-Col Lake: David Horovitch
James Harris, Earl of Malmesbury: Julian Curry
Joseph Haydn: Hugo de Vernier
Frances, Lady Jersey: Caroline Blakiston
Queen Charlotte: Frances White
Baron Feronce: John Warner
Princess Caroline of Brunswick: Dinah Stabb
Duke of Brunswick: Ralph Michael
Duchess of Brunswick: Barbara Ogilvie
Madame de Hertzfeldt: Rachel Herbert
Frederick, Duke of York: Bosco Hogan
Archbishop of Canterbury: John Dunbar

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Prince Regent: 3: The Bride from Brunswick

BBC One London, 18 September 1979 21.25

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