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Virgin Territory: The Making of 'The Virgin Queen' (2008)



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Cast overview:
Himself - Film Historian
Deborah Harkness ...
Herself - Professor of History
Rick Jewell ...
Himself - Author
Michael Merrill ...
Himself - Son of Bette Davis
Peter Koster ...
Himself - Son of Henry Koster
Robert J. Koster ...
Himself - Son of Henry Koster (as Robert Koster)


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8 April 2008 (USA)  »

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This so-called "Making Of' jumbles together . . .
17 July 2017 | by (Jacksonville, FL) – See all my reviews

. . . a wordy welter of California film profs and Tinseltown Brats, making a complete muddle of the True Facts surrounding THE VIRGIN QUEEN. Anyone who's seen a coin collection in a museum will realize that Queen Elizabeth, an anachronistic monarch of the allegedly "United Kingdom" (NOT to be confused with Disney's "Magic Kingdom" or Seattle's King Dome, one or both of which are now long gone) has had her aging mug plastered on the petty change of about half the current "United" Nations membership. Most of these countries have gone rogue under Queen Liz. This "Making Of" says that a King James (or is it "Caliph Jamal"?) apparently hailing from some loose cannon former Brit Colony in the Middle East, chopped off Walt's head in an Act of Terrorism. (This must have happened AFTER the 1950s events documented from Liz's Days as a Virgin; I suspect that Walt's decapitation ties in somehow with Princess Diana's plot to convert the UK into an Islamic State with the help of her Department Store Paramour. It would have been nice if the Talking Heads here could have torn themselves away from the Fox Fake News Division long enough to indicate whether Walt was Pro-Dodi or Anti-, and exactly how MI6 came into all of this.)

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