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Bertie and Elizabeth is a film of genre Drama directed by Giles Foster released in USA on 7 july 2002 with James Wilby

Bertie and Elizabeth (2002)

Bertie and Elizabeth
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Released in USA 7 july 2002
Length 1h38
Directed by
Genres Drama,    Biography,    Historical,    Romance
Rating71% 3.5831353.5831353.5831353.5831353.583135

Bertie & Elizabeth is a 2002 television film produced by Carlton Television. The film explores the relationship between King George VI and his wife Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from their very first meeting to the King's death in the winter of 1952. Bertie & Elizabeth was commissioned especially for the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II and was first broadcast on ITV1 on 4 June 2002, only two months after the death of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.

Synopsis

The film begins with the initial meeting between the then Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and then moves on through their courtship, marriage, succession to the throne after the abdication of Edward VIII, and World War II.

Actors

James Wilby

(King George VI, aka 'Bertie')
Juliet Aubrey

(Queen Elizabeth)
Alan Bates

(King George V)
David Burke

(Lord Reith)
Dolly Wells

(Princess Mary)
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