In 1796, Captain George Brummell of the 10th Royal Hussars Regiment offends the Prince of Wales with his straightforward outspokenness and gets fired from the army but is chosen as the Prince's personal advisor.
Spoiled heiress Louise Durant decides to leave the comfort of her father's estate in southern France to study piano at the Music Conservatory in Zurich, despite she knowing she not having ... See full summary »
A young orphan is sent to the village of Moonfleet, in Dorset, England to stay with his mother's former lover, who has the facade of a gentleman but is a leader of a gang of swashbuckling bootleggers. The duo went on a treasure hunt.
In nineteenth century England, Captain George Brummell (Stewart Granger) is an upper-class dandy. He has to leave the Army after having insulted the Prince of Wales (Sir Peter Ustinov). This gives him the opportunity to start a smear campaign against the Prince. The Prince, who is tired of all of the yes-men around him, hires him as his chief advisor.Written by
Whether one is a good or bad person doesn't figure for legitimacy as a biography either in a book or movie. Obviously some people haven't a background in literature. King Lear or either Macbeths weren't good people. The point is that Beau Brummell changed forever the way men dressed, conversed and behaved or 'misbehaved' in West End London and it spread throughout the world. If you look at your shirt or trouser or even you underwear you have him to thank for your own version of masculinity, heterosexuality, homosexuality or metrosexuality. Do some research.
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