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Fergie & Andrew: Behind the Palace Doors (1992)

TV Movie  |  M  |   |  Drama, Romance  |  28 September 1992 (USA)
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Biopic purporting to tell the real story behind the marriage of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson from their initial courtship through their eventual separation.

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Sam Miller ...
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Patrick Allen ...
Maj. Ferguson
Ben Aris ...
Scotland Yard Commissioner
Adam Bareham ...
Bernard Brown ...
Arthur Hopkins
Lorraine Brunning ...
Susan (as Lorraine Brunnings)
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Janet Burnell ...
Peter Cellier ...
Richard Eddington
Clare Clifford ...
Fergie's Secretary (as Claire Clifford)
David Conville ...
Sir Percy
Keith Edwards ...
Steve Wyatt
John Flanagan
Simon Greenall ...
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Biopic purporting to tell the real story behind the marriage of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson from their initial courtship through their eventual separation.

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28 September 1992 (USA)  »

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The Royal Divorce  »

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Curious but boring little film
5 August 2002 | by (NYC/FL) – See all my reviews

I caught this on TV the other night and found myself strangely compelled to watch. Initially it was with the same morbid curiosity that one has about an automobile accident. After the initial fascination wore off, and I saw how bad the acting (or at least the dialogue) was, I wanted to turn it off but by that time I was fascinated for a number of other reasons.

First the actors that they got to portray the royals did look like them but in some way they looked even less real, and certainly less attractive than the real things. Second I was surprised at the locations in which they filmed. Several sequences were unmistakably shot in Windsor Castle. Having just been there a few months ago I was certain of the location and had a curious sense of déjà vu while at the same time I was surprised that the filming was allowed at these real locations.

Overall I'd give this a miss; unless you also have been there recently and haven't gotten your snaps back yet.


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