Beau Brummell (1954)

Beau Brummell

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As an actor, British film star Stewart Granger was very handsome, but this is all that is required of him in Beau Brummell. Granger plays the famed 18th-century dandy and social arbiter who rises from poverty to become the adviser and severest critic of the Prince of Wales (marvelously portrayed as a self-involved neurotic by Peter Ustinov). Secure in his station in life, Brummell goes one step too far when he jokes about the Prince's obesity. The future King George IV will forget the whole … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama
Directed By:
Written By: Karl Tunberg , Clyde Fitch
In Theaters:
On DVD: May 26, 1993
Runtime:

Cast


as Capt. George Brummel

as Patricia Belham

as Prince of Wales

as George III

as Lord Edwin Mercer

as Mortimer

as Mrs. Fitzherbert

as William Pitt

as Lord Byron

as Sir Geoffrey Baker

as Mr. Fox

as Mr. Burke

as Colonel

as Thirlow

as Sir Frederick Sidney

as Dr. Willis

as Dr. Warren

as Dr. Dubois
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Audience Reviews for Beau Brummell

Fancy, plush drama which hews a bit closer to actual history than most historical films of the time. Beautiful costumes, Elizabeth is ravishing and the cast includes an astounishingly young Rosemary Harris. Granger is fine in the lead but the best performance comes from Peter Ustinov.

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