The Madness Of King George
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Nigel Hawthorne, Ian Holm, and Helen Mirren star in this Oscar-winning historical comedy. The late 18th century...England's benevolent King George III suddenly takes ill, and shows signs of mental instability--opening the door for court intrigue and the usurping of the throne by his worthless son, the Prince of Wales.
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