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Denis Thatcher (Character)
from Margaret (2009) (TV)
- "10 O'Clock Live"
- Episode #3.1 (2013) TV episode, Played by Les Dennis
- The Iron Lady (2011) Played by Jim Broadbent / Harry Lloyd (as Young Denis Thatcher)
- "The Queen"
- The Rivals (2009) TV episode, Played by Peter Davison
- Margaret (2009) (TV) Played by Ian McDiarmid
- Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley (2008) (TV) Played by Rory Kinnear
- Jeffrey Archer: The Truth (2002) (TV) Played by Geoffrey Beevers (as Dennis Thatcher)
- Dunrulin (1990) (TV) Played by John Wells
- "Spitting Image"
- Episode #10.6 (1990) TV episode, Played by Roger Blake
- Episode #10.3 (1990) TV episode, Played by John Thomson
- Episode #9.6 (1990) TV episode, Played by Enn Reitel
- Episode #9.5 (1990) TV episode, Played by Enn Reitel
- Episode #9.4 (1990) TV episode, Played by Enn Reitel
- "About Face"
- Send Her Victorious (1989) TV episode, Played by John Wells
- Hysteria! Hysteria! Hysteria! (1988) (TV) Played by John Wells (as Dennis Thatcher)
- Cinderella: The Shoe Must Go On (1986) (TV) Played by John Wells
- Anyone for Denis? (1982) (TV) Played by John Wells
- For Your Eyes Only (1981) Played by John Wells
Young Denis Thatcher: Margaret, will you marry me?
[a pause, Margaret stares at him]
Young Denis Thatcher: Well?
Young Margaret Thatcher: [Margaret is still staring, Denis kisses her hand] Yes. Yes!
Young Denis Thatcher: [Margaret starts to cry from happiness, Denis leans in for a kiss, but she suddenly pulls back] What?
Young Margaret Thatcher: I love you so much but, I will never be one of those women, Denis. Who stays silent and pretty on the arm of her husband. Or remote and alone in the kitchen - doing the washing up, for that matter.
Young Margaret Thatcher: [interrupts] I'm going to help with that...
Young Margaret Thatcher: No. One's life must matter, Dennis. Beyond all the cooking and the cleaning and the children. One's life must mean more than that. I cannot die washing up a teacup! I mean it, Denis. Say you understand.
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