When the man she's long loved is widowed, flinty, fortyish, but financially secure Charlotte sees her chance to end her spinsterhood at last - but then her impoverished young cousin Francie arrives.
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Jeananne Crowley ...
 Charlotte Mullen 3 episodes, 1990
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 Roderick Lambert 3 episodes, 1990
Joanna Roth ...
 Francie Fitzpatrick 3 episodes, 1990
Robin McCallum ...
 Christopher Dysart 3 episodes, 1990
Nicholas Hewetson ...
 Gerald Hawkins 3 episodes, 1990
Eileen Colgan ...
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 Pamela Dysart 3 episodes, 1990
Joan O'Hara ...
 Lady Dysart 3 episodes, 1990
Graham Sinclair ...
 Cursitor 3 episodes, 1990
Marie Kean ...
 Julia Duffy 3 episodes, 1990
Veronica Coburn ...
Anne-Marie McCormack ...
 Miss Baker 3 episodes, 1990
Louise Studley ...
 Mrs. Baker 3 episodes, 1990
Michelle Holden ...
 Miss Corkran 3 episodes, 1990
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 Lucy Lambert 2 episodes, 1990
Bairbre Ní Chaoimh ...
 Mary Halloran 2 episodes, 1990
Eric Francis ...
 Sir Benjamin Dysart 2 episodes, 1990
Aiden Grennell ...
Eamon Keane ...
Phelim Pekaar ...
 Gary Dysart 2 episodes, 1990
Cathleen Delany ...
 Mrs. Gascoine 2 episodes, 1990
Sian Maguire ...
 Miss Beatty 2 episodes, 1990
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When the man she's long loved is widowed, flinty, fortyish, but financially secure Charlotte sees her chance to end her spinsterhood at last - but then her impoverished young cousin Francie arrives.

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Four hours of your life you will never get back
14 March 2000 | by See all my reviews

One would think that in four hours a film could tell something vaguely like a story. One would be wrong. 'The Real Charlotte' meanders about, never capturing the viewers interest, until it finally, mercifully ends leaving you wondering why you should care. They never truly develop any characters, there is never any dramatic tension, honestly nothing happens of consequence in the entire film. Being a nice looking period piece is not enough and the world of cinema will be better off when film makers finally accept that fact.


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