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The Women of Windsor (1992)

The film offers a dramatized look at the lives of two women who married into the Windsor family in the late 20th century: Princess Diana and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York.

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Peter Lefcourt
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sallyanne Law Sallyanne Law ... Sarah, Duchess of York
Robert Meadmore Robert Meadmore ... HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York
Jim Piddock ... HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
Nicola Formby Nicola Formby ... HRH Princess Diana
Carolyn Sadowska Carolyn Sadowska ... Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Nigel Bennett ... Lawson
Dixie Seatle Dixie Seatle ... Camilla
Eugene Robert Glazer
David Fox ... Major Ferguson
Deborah Duchene ... Alice
Barbara Gordon Barbara Gordon ... Downing
Neil Munro Neil Munro ... Tony
Donald Carrier Donald Carrier ... Private Secretary (as Don Carrier)
Dan Lett ... Assistant Press Secretary
Adam Bramble Adam Bramble ... Doctor
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The film offers a dramatized look at the lives of two women who married into the Windsor family in the late 20th century: Princess Diana and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York.

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

UK | USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Frauen von Windsor See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(2 parts)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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A right royal farce.
26 February 2002 | by sibisi73See all my reviews

Obviously aimed at the American market (who love this type of thing!) this made for TV trash is a dismal attempt to chronicle the lives of Fergie and Princess Diana (mostly the former) through their relationships in the 80s, their marriage break ups and their heartbreak and turmoil being a member of the British royal family.

The whole thing has a whiff of an amateur production with some of the worst performances I've seen in a long time. You have to see Nicola Formby's 'Diana' to believe it. She's is about as charismatic as a wet fish, and wooden to boot. There's hilarious narration from a hack who has followed their story from the start, and we jump years from one 'juicy' story to the next with a few lines about what happened in between. Everything is tabloid trash, so there isn't anything we don't know already, and the 'impersonations' are ridiculous. There's always someone around to drop a name or two, otherwise it would be hard to work who's who.

Totally awful in every way. It has it's so-bad-it's-good moments, but not enough to spare you from the tedium. How anyone could have taken this story and made it this dull is beyond me!


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