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William Lamb (Character)
from Lady Caroline Lamb (1972)

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Alternate Names:
Lord Melbourne / Lord William Lamb

Filmography

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  1. The Young Victoria (2009) Played by Paul Bettany (as Lord Melbourne)
  2. Queen Victoria's Men (2008) (TV) Played by Jay Benedict (as Lord Melbourne)
  3. Victoria & Albert (2001) (TV) Played by Nigel Hawthorne (as Lord William Lamb)

  4. Lady Caroline Lamb (1972) Played by Jon Finch
    ... aka "Lady Caroline" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)

  5. "Victoria Regina"
        - Spring (1964) TV episode, Played by Cyril Luckham (as Lord Melbourne)

  6. The Story of Vickie (1954) Played by Karl Ludwig Diehl (as Lord Melbourne)
    ... aka "Mädchenjahre einer Königin" - Austria (original title)
    ... aka "The Pursuit and Loves of Queen Victoria" - USA (TV title)
    ... aka "Victoria in Dover" - Europe (English title)

  7. The Prime Minister (1941) Played by Frederick Leister (as Lord Melbourne)

  8. Victoria the Great (1937) Played by H.B. Warner (as Lord Melbourne)
  9. Mädchenjahre einer Königin (1936) Played by Otto Treßler (as Lord Melbourne)

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Quotes:
From The Young Victoria (2009)
Queen Victoria: I do want to help them, whatever you say. And not just the laboring poor, but the hungry and the homeless, and... There are people who are lost, and whose business is it to see to their welfare?
Lord Melbourne: Well, in my experience, ma'am, it's best to let these things develop naturally. If you interfere, you risk overturning the cart.
Queen Victoria: Well, Prince Albert doesn't agree. He's made a study of the working man's condition, he's full to the brim with ideas for their improvement.
Lord Melbourne: Is he indeed? How inspiring.
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