Beau Brummell

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Released 1954

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Director:
Curtis Bernhardt
Released:
1954
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"A bit ornate. Fussy, sir," Captain "Beau" Brummell (Stewart Granger) complains to the designer of his regiment's uniform...who just happens to be the Prince of Wales (Peter Ustinov). It's an unlikely beginning to a great friendship, one that leads swordsman and dandy Brummell into lofty circles, into royal intrigue, and into the arms of lovely Lady Patricia (Elizabeth Taylor). Filled with zest and style, highlighted by opulent costumes and glorious color photography, Beau Brummell is a treat for fans of historical epics. Granger (Scaramouche) is dashing, Taylor is ravishing, but Ustinov and Robert Morley almost steal the show as the future George IV of England and his mad papa, George III.

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Drama

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50s, Biography, Historical