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Edward the King

Season 1 Episode 6

The Invisible Queen

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Aired Unknown May 06, 1975 on ITV
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The Invisible Queen
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The British Prime Minister tries to get the mourning Queen involved again with public affairs. If she won't come out in public, the Prince of Wales should take on more tasks, but his personal life has caused some problems. He even had to testify in a divorce case. Within the Royal Family, there is a growing tension between Alix and the Germans.moreless

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    John Gielgud

    John Gielgud

    Benjamin Disraeli

    Guest Star

    Michael Hordern

    Michael Hordern

    Gladstone

    Guest Star

    Guy Slater

    Guy Slater

    Charles Carrington

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Carrington: I really don't see why people come all the way to Germany just to drink soda water.
        Alexandra: I don't see why people come to Germany at all.

      • Queen Victoria: I like it when you report cabinet business, Mr Disraeli.
        Disraeli: You flatter me, Ma'am.
        Queen Victoria: No, you possess the power, like my late husband, of making problems intelligible, even interesting.

      • Gladstone: The entire trouble is that the Queen is invisible and the Prince of Wales is not respected.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Bertie and Alexandra are played by different actors in the early part of the series to account for the aging process of the characters. Peculiarly, the actors portraying the adult versions of Bertie and Alexandra do not show up at the same time. Bertie is played by Timothy West one episode before Helen Ryan takes over the role of Alexandra from Deborah Grant.

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