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Sir William Hamilton (Character)
from "I Remember Nelson" (1982)

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Alternate Names:
Lord William Hamilton


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  1. "I Remember Nelson"
        - Passion (1982) TV episode, Played by John Clements
        - Love (1982) TV episode, Played by John Clements

  2. Emma Hamilton (1968) Played by John Mills (as Lord William Hamilton)
    ... aka "Le calde notti di Lady Hamilton" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Story of Lady Hamilton" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)

  3. "La caméra explore le temps"
        - L'énigme de Pise (1959) TV episode, Played by Jean-Roger Caussimon
  4. Attack from the Sea (1953) Played by Iosif Tolchanov (as Lord William Hamilton)
    ... aka "Korabli shturmuyut bastiony" - Soviet Union (original title)

  5. That Hamilton Woman (1941) Played by Alan Mowbray

  6. The Divine Lady (1929) Played by H.B. Warner
  7. Lady Hamilton (1921) Played by Werner Krauss (as Lord William Hamilton)

  8. Nelson (1918) Played by Allan Jeayes

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Fun Stuff

From That Hamilton Woman (1941)
Mrs. Cadogan-Lyon: [Greeting a lady in waiting for the Queen of Naples] Good morning, your ladyship. My daughter, her ladyship, is still resting. And how is Her Majesty's sore throat? You know the best thing for a sore throat is to wrap a woolen sock around your neck before bed.
Sir William Hamilton: Good morning, your ladyship.
[to Emma's mother]
Sir William Hamilton: Is Emma still asleep?
Mrs. Cadogan-Lyon: She is asleep. In my village, a husband just turns round in bed to look for himself.
Sir William Hamilton: Yes, and the Queen of Naples does not wear woolen socks!
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