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Camilla: The Uncrowned Queen (2005)

Revealing documentary in which journalists, royal experts and former courtiers contribute to a profile of Camilla Parker-Bowles. Born Camilla Shand in 1947, she first met Prince Charles in ... See full summary »
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Lucy Yeomans Lucy Yeomans ... Self
Robert Jobson Robert Jobson ... Self
Judi James Judi James ... Self
Janet Jenkins Janet Jenkins ... Self
Christopher Wilson Christopher Wilson ... Self
Rachel Oldroyd Rachel Oldroyd ... Self
Jo Hansford Jo Hansford ... Self
Ann Cleaver Ann Cleaver ... Self
Julia Roper-Caldbeck Julia Roper-Caldbeck ... Self
Mario Buatta Mario Buatta ... Self (as Mario Buatto)
Anthony Holden Anthony Holden ... Self
Dickie Arbiter ... Self
Sylvia Edwards Sylvia Edwards ... Self
Lynn Faulds Wood Lynn Faulds Wood ... Self
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Revealing documentary in which journalists, royal experts and former courtiers contribute to a profile of Camilla Parker-Bowles. Born Camilla Shand in 1947, she first met Prince Charles in the early 1970s and began an on-off relationship with him until he married Lady Diana. The program looks at the resumption of their relationship and Camilla's gradual rehabilitation with the public. Written by Anonymous

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Cut and paste documentary film-making.
14 March 2005 | by sibisi73See all my reviews

This is a hastily assembled 'documentary', broadcast on British television shortly after the announcement of Prince Charles' and Camilla's engagement. It trawls through the history of the couple from their first meeting nearly three decades ago, and brings the story right up-to-date. There's barely any new footage, save for a selection of 'talking heads' interviews with those who think they are in the know, with the majority of the programme made up of news footage. A shameless cut-and-paste job that gives you some of the more obvious facts but leaves out anything exclusive or interesting, which may be of interest if you are unfamiliar with the whole saga, or if you've never seen a British newspaper in the last 10 years.


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16 February 2005 (UK) See more »

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