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Georgiana (Character)
from The Duchess (2008)

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The Duchess -- A chronicle of the life of 18th century aristocrat Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, who was reviled for her extravagant political and personal life.
The Duchess -- The Duchess - Theatrical Trailer
The Duchess -- Clip: The Whig Rally
The Duchess -- Clip: Georgina and Gray Lay in Bed

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Biography:
Lady Georgiana Spencer (played by Kiera Knightley)... See more »
Alternate Names:
Duchess of Devonshire

Filmography

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  1. The Duchess (2008) Played by Keira Knightley
  2. The Importance of Being Earnest (2002) Played by Christina Robert (as Duchess of Devonshire)

  3. I'll Never Forget You (1951) Played by Kathleen Byron (as Duchess of Devonshire)
    ... aka "The House in the Square" - UK (original title)

  4. Mrs. Fitzherbert (1947) Played by Mary Clare (as Duchess of Devonshire)

  5. Berkeley Square (1933) Played by Juliette Compton (as Duchess of Devonshire)

  6. The Divine Lady (1929) Played by Evelyn Hall (as Duchess of Devonshire)

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From The Duchess (2008)
[from trailer]
Georgiana, The Duchess of Devonshire: I fail to comprehend how far we are fully committed to the concept of freedom.
Sir Peter Teazle: Freedom in moderation.
Georgiana, The Duchess of Devonshire: The concept of freedom is an absolute.
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