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King George V (Character)
from "Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years" (1981)
- "Downton Abbey"
... aka "Masterpiece Classic" - USA (informal title)
- Episode #5.2 (2014) TV episode, Played by Jon Glover
- The London Season (2013) TV episode, Played by Guy Williams
- "37 Days"
- One Long Weekend (2014) TV episode, Played by Patrick J. FitzSymons
- W.E. (2011) Played by James Fox
- The King's Speech (2010) Played by Michael Gambon
- Monash: The Forgotten Anzac (2008) (TV) Played by William Gluth
- My Boy Jack (2007) (TV) Played by Julian Wadham
- Wallis & Edward (2005) (TV) Played by Clifford Rose
... aka "Her Royal Affair" - Canada (English title)
- The First Black Britons (2005) (TV) Played by Andrew Pritchard
- The Lost Prince (2003) (TV) Played by Tom Hollander (as George V) / Brock Everitt-Elwick (as Prince George) / Rollo Weeks (as Prince George)
- Bertie and Elizabeth (2002) (TV) Played by Alan Bates
- Shackleton (2002) (TV) Played by Rupert Frazer
- Moeder des Vaderlands (2001) TV episode, Played by John Vine (as King George)
- All the King's Men (1999) (TV) Played by David Troughton
- The Treaty (1991) (TV) Played by John Warner
- The Shadow of Béalnabláth (1991) (TV) Played by Peter Driscoll
... aka "Michael Collins: The Shadow of Béalnabláth" - USA (video box title)
- The Great Air Race (1990) (TV) Played by David Ravenswood
- "A Thousand Skies" (1985) TV series Played by Andrew Gilmour
- "Number 10"
- The Asquiths (1983) TV episode, Played by Neville Barber
- Underdog (1983) TV episode, Played by Neville Barber
- "Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years"
- Down and Out (1981) TV episode, Played by Guy Deghy
- "The Life and Times of David Lloyd George"
- Win or Lose (1981) TV episode, Played by Terence Brook
- The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (1980) Played by Rene Aranda
- Fifty Cents a Dance (1978) TV episode, Played by Keith Varnier
- Sunset and Evening Star (1978) TV episode, Played by Keith Varnier (as Prince George)
- "Edward & Mrs. Simpson"
- Venus at the Prow (1978) TV episode, Played by Marius Goring
- The Little Prince (1978) TV episode, Played by Marius Goring
- "Edward the King"
... aka "Edward the Seventh" - UK (original title)
- Good Old Teddy! (1975) TV episode, Played by Michael Osborne (as Prince George)
- The Peacemaker (1975) TV episode, Played by Michael Osborne (as Prince George) / Daniel Slater (as Prince George) / Wayne Brooks (as Prince George)
- King at Last (1975) TV episode, Played by Michael Osborne (as Prince George) / Daniel Slater (as Prince George)
- The Years of Waiting (1975) TV episode, Played by Michael Osborne (as Prince George)
- Scandal (1975) TV episode, Played by Michael Osborne (as Prince George)
- Der irische Freiheitskampf (1969) (TV) Played by Joachim Rake (as King George V.)
- A King's Story (1965) Played by Carleton Hobbs
- My Fair Lady (1964) Played by Charles Fredericks (as King George V in Fantasy Sequence)
- The Scarlet Woman: An Ecclesiastical Melodrama (1925) Played by Derek Erskine
- The Great Victory, Wilson or the Kaiser? The Fall of the Hohenzollerns (1919) Played by William Gaffney
- Why America Will Win (1918) Played by Henry Warwick (as King George of England)
- Whom the Gods Destroy (1916) Played by Thomas R. Mills (as The King of England)
[talking at dinner about the forthcoming marriage of Bertie and Elizabeth]
Archbishop Lang: My feeling, Sir, is that the wedding of these two young people - the Duke and Duchess of York - should be filmed, if that is thought appropriate, but not be allowed to be recorded over the wireless. The people might listen to it in *inappropriate* places.
King George VI, aka 'Bertie': What exactly do you mean by that?
Archbishop Lang: Public houses, for example. They might also not remove their hats at solemn moments.
David - Edward VIII: [scornfully] Why this obsession with ritual?
King George V: Monarchy *is* ritual - Boy! That's why. Doing things in the prescribed manner. You've read your Badgett. Monarchy is magical, and you can't let daylight in upon the magic. Little by little the newspaper boys and the wireless boys will be flashing their cameras, poking their microphones under your noses, and one morning you'll wake up and there won't *be* any magic. There won't be any monarchy, either.
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