Dutch royal palace Soestdijk, December 2004. Courtiers search the controversial, just deceased former prince-consort Bernard's estate as commanded by queen-regnant Beatrix. In 2003, he ... See full summary »

Director:

Pim van Hoeve

Writers:

Tomas Ross, Karin van der Meer (scenes and dialogue) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Arjen Bosman Arjen Bosman ... Adjudant
Sander Commandeur Sander Commandeur ... Lakei Thomas
Tina de Bruin Tina de Bruin ... Ursula von Panwitz
David Eeles David Eeles ... Sefton Delmer
Richard Gonlag Richard Gonlag ... Gerhard Fritze
Loes Haverkort ... Máxima
Vincent Linthorst Vincent Linthorst ... Willem-Alexander
Gerard Meijler Gerard Meijler ... Joodse man
Reinier Noordzij Reinier Noordzij ... Verpleger
Elsje Scherjon Elsje Scherjon ... Cocky Gilles
Eric Schneider Eric Schneider ... Bernhard
Jobst Schnibbe Jobst Schnibbe ... Tschuli
Daan Schuurmans ... Bernhard
Herman van Ulzen Herman van Ulzen ... Bernhard Senior
Aram van de Rest Aram van de Rest ... Aschwin zur Liepe-Biesterfeld
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Dutch royal palace Soestdijk, December 2004. Courtiers search the controversial, just deceased former prince-consort Bernard's estate as commanded by queen-regnant Beatrix. In 2003, he explained to Maxima, the pregnant wife of his grandson, crown prince Willem-Alexander', how dynastic succession works and is arranged. Reckenwalde, May 1934. Bernard 'Barnilo/ Benno', heir to the (nominal) prince of Lippe-Biesterfeld, is a masterly womanizer. Initially he prefers an industrial career to marrying Dutch queen Wilhelmina's shy heiress Juliana, his dying father's wish, but changes his mind after catching his lover cheating. Written by KGF Vissers

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Language:

German | English

Release Date:

4 January 2010 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

The Prince (1.1) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Willem-Alexander suggests in 2003 that Constantijn will be the queen's successor if he does not succeed. But at that time, Friso was still second after Willem-Alexander, and Constantijn was the third. See more »

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