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Madame Royale (Character)
from La révolution française (1989)

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"Madame Royale" is a character based on Marie Thérèse Charlotte de Bourbon... See more »
Alternate Names:
Duchess d'Angouleme / Madame Royal / Marie Therese / Marie-Thrse / Mme Royale / Mme Royale aux Tuileries / Mme Royale Versailles / Princesse Thrse


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  1. "The Days That Made History"
    ... aka "Ce jour là, tout a changé" - France (original title)
        - L'évasion de Louis XVI (2009) TV episode, Played by Sophie Nounouhi
  2. Marie-Antoinette (2006) (TV) Played by Chloé Rocheleau (as Marie-Thrse)
  3. Marie Antoinette (2006) Played by Lauriane Mascaro (as Marie Therese) / Florrie Betts (as Marie Therese)

  4. Jefferson in Paris (1995) Played by Louise Balsan (as Madame Royal)

  5. La révolution française (1989) Played by Katherine Flynn

  6. "Marie-Antoinette" (1975) TV series Played by Anne-Laure Meury (as Mme Royale Versailles) / Aude Landry (as Mme Royale aux Tuileries)

  7. Shadow of the Guillotine (1956) Played by Yannick Malloire (as Mme Royale)
    ... aka "Marie-Antoinette reine de France" - France (original title)

  8. Paméla (1945) Played by Nicole Maurey (as Mme Royale)

  9. Marie Antoinette (1938) Played by Marilyn Knowlden (as Princesse Thrse)
  10. The Iron Duke (1934) Played by Gladys Cooper (as Duchess d'Angouleme)

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Fun Stuff

From Marie Antoinette (2006)
Ambassador Mercy: How pretty Madame Royale is today.
Marie Therese - 6 years: I am pleased you find me so.
Marie-Antoinette: [to her daughter] Say thank you.
Ambassador Mercy: She is certainly a daughter of France.
Marie-Antoinette: [laughingly] Oh, I know.
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