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Victoria & Albert (2001)

TV Movie  -   -  Biography | Drama | History  -  20 October 2001 (USA)
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The passionate love story that was Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's lengthy marriage. Beginning in 1837, the year of King William IV's death and 18-year-old Victoria's ascension to the ... See full summary »



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The passionate love story that was Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's lengthy marriage. Beginning in 1837, the year of King William IV's death and 18-year-old Victoria's ascension to the throne, the series charts the tumultuous period in 19th Century England where Victoria comes to terms with the enormous duties that lay ahead of her, while also falling deeply in love with her beloved Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. The marriage and birth of their nine children are featured, as is Albert's frustration by the inactivity he experienced in the early years of his role as Prince Consort. Written by markbs

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An epic love story as proud and powerful as the British Empire.






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20 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Peter Ustinov previously played King William IV's elder brother, the Prince of Wales (the future King George IV), in Beau Brummell (1954). In the interim, he had played their great-nephew King Edward VII, Queen Victoria's eldest son and eventual successor, in Strumpet City (1980). See more »


At a state occasion prior to Victoria's marriage the orchestra is playing music from Strauss's operetta 'Die Fledermaus' which would not be written until many years later in 1874. See more »


Prince Albert: [Victoria bangs on Albert's study door] Who is it?
Victoria: [In a loud annoyed voice] What do you mean? "Who is it?" It's your queen!
Prince Albert: [Victoria takes a deep breath and calms down a bit knocks on the door calmly] Who is it?
Victoria: [In a calm and quiet voice] It's your wife.
[Albert opens the door and Victoria goes in and closes the door quietly]
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Version of Victoria Regina (1961) See more »


Zadok the Priest
George Frideric Handel (as Georg Friedrich Händel)
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29 October 2001 | by (Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

I am a HUGE fan of A&E originals, as well as Masterpiece Theatre. Two of my favorite movies of all time are "Pride and Prejudice" (1995), and "Wives and Daughters". I am now adding "Victoria and Albert" to my list of all time favorites. This movie was absolutely stunning! And, what's even more amazing is that, unlike the previous favorites I mentioned, "Victoria and Albert" is a TRUE story! As soon as I finished watching it, I immediately went online to try to find more information on Victoria and Albert, family photos, excerpts from their diaries, etc. I had always thought of Queen Victoria as a women of 75 or so, and in a wheelchair. To see the true story of her younger years was such a treat.

The story was told SO very eloquently. Jonathan Firth and Victoria Hamilton were outstanding! They breathed life into their characters. I felt connected to Victoria and Albert somehow after I finished watching the movie. I actually felt like I was watching their lives unfold. The supporting cast was unreal. This was a dream cast, if I've ever seen one. Absolutely NO ONE was miscast. Nigel Hawthorne, as Lord M, was wonderful. The scene were he has to say goodbye to Victoria was so touching. Seeing these two historical characters sharing a tearful goodbye, and a handkerchief, was simply beautiful. The scenes between Victoria and Albert were pure magic. I love the scene between the two of them over the game of chess. I just don't know what else to say, except that this movie was utterly brilliant. It's an amazing in-depth look into 19th century British politics, but, above all, it's a stunningly glorious story of TRUE love. I'm getting teary-eyed just thinking about it! Please, please, take the time to see "Victoria and Albert". If you don't like this movie, well... then you and I could never possibly be friends. I know it's a bit harsh, but there it is. :)

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