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The Virgin Queen (1955)

The Virgin Queen
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Bette Davis Bette Davis
Queen Elizabeth I
Richard Todd Richard Todd
Sir Walter Raleigh
Joan Collins Joan Collins
Beth Throgmorton
Jay Robinson Jay Robinson
Herbert Marshall Herbert Marshall
Lord Leicester
Dan O Dan O'Herlihy
Lord Derry
Robert Douglas Robert Douglas
Sir Christopher Hatton
Romney Brent Romney Brent
French Ambassador

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Harry Brown Harry Brown
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The Virgin Queen

6 years, 11 months ago at Mar 8 7:35
Poor Richard Todd and Joan Collins. I don't think that anyone warned them about Bette Davis when she gets into full-on diva mode. In a performance that screams "DRAG QUEEN!," Davis snaps out consonants, shows off a gruff wit, swishes her wrists and chews the scenery. Her Queen Elizabeth is perfectly queenly, but not entirely in the royal sense. Davis probably this knew film was a dud and just want... read more
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Sir Walter Raleigh overcomes court intrigue to win favor with the Queen in order to get financing for a proposed voyage to the New World.
Release date: 22 July 1955
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