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  1. The Virgin Queen è una miniserie televisiva britannica realizzata dalla BBC nel 2005 per non avere problemi con una produzione simile (Elizabeth I). In Italia è stato trasmesso su Hallmark Channel il 24 e il 25 giugno 2006. Trama. Narra della vita della regina Elisabetta I, ascesa al trono e amore (con Robert Dudley).

    • miniserie TV
    • 2005
  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Elizabeth_IElizabeth I - Wikipedia

    Elizabeth I (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) [a] was Queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death in 1603. She was the last monarch of the House of Tudor . Elizabeth was the only surviving child of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, his second wife, who was executed when Elizabeth was two years old.

    • 17 November 1558 –, 24 March 1603
    • Anne Boleyn
    • Plot
    • Production
    • Summary
    • Historical Accuracy
    • Cast and Credits
    • Release
    • Soundtrack
    • See Also
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    From her time as a young princess in her early twenties to her death in 1603, The Virgin Queen explores both the public and private life of Queen Elizabeth I (Anne-Marie Duff). The series focuses on the internal motivation behind 25-year-old Elizabeth's vow of chastity upon her ascension to the throne. As a child, she confides in her friend Robert ...

    Co-Produced by the BBC and Power television for £9 million, The Virgin Queen was filmed at Pinewood Studios in summer 2005. Originally intended to air on BBC One in September 2005, the date would have coincided with the release of the Channel 4 two-part miniseries Elizabeth I (starring Helen Mirren). Due to the conflict, the BBC decided to delay th...

    Episode 1

    The first episode depicts Elizabeth from her imprisonment in the Tower of London by the Queen, her sister Mary I, accused with plotting the Queen's demise, to her accession to the throne following Mary's death, and her coronation. Elizabeth was imprisoned in the Tower, accused of participating in Thomas Wyatt's rebellion to overthrow Mary. The episode strongly hints Elizabeth's participation, though evidence of this remains highly conjectural. The episode also establishes Elizabeth's relation...

    Episode 2

    The second episode shows Elizabeth from several months to a year after her coronation, establishing herself as Queen, to the emergence of Mary, Queen of Scots, as her political rival. The episode makes much of her clandestine romance with Robert Dudley, and her resistance to marriage. Elizabeth is shown to be struggling with the adjustment to being Queen, especially in regard to Dudley. A scene shows Elizabeth dreaming of making love with Dudley, but the plot of the series follows the opinion...

    Episode 3

    The third episode begins with Elizabeth's courtship with Francis, Duke of Anjou, and ends just following the destruction of the Spanish Armada. During her near death from smallpox in the previous episode, Elizabeth is shown wearing the ornate red wig or hairpiece she has become famous for. The episode depicts Elizabeth's courtship of Anjou as nothing more than politics, and a wish for an heir, and suggests that she harboured little real affection for him, though like many of her courtships, t...

    Described by its producers as "... [a] regal portrait ... steeped in historical accuracy", the series followed the general flow of history, but deviated from historical truth in numerous ways, such as: 1. In the film, Elizabeth meets with Lettice Knollysafter a long estrangement. In fact, Elizabeth snubbed Lettice, although Essex arranged the meeti...

    Production credits

    1. Producer – Paul Rutman 2. Director – Coky Giedroyc 3. Writer – Paula Milne 4. Composer – Martin Phipps 5. Director of Photography – David Odd 6. Production Designer – Donal Wood 7. Film Editor – Joe Walker 8. Make Up Supervisor – Karen Hartley 9. Costume Designer – Amy Roberts 10. Casting Director – Nina Gold 11. Executive Producers – Justin Bode, Laura Mackie, Kate Harwood, Simon Curtis

    Filming locations

    1. Alnwick Castle(Execution scenes) 2. Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire (Cumnor Place) 3. Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland (Tilbury) 4. Chastleton House(Whitehall Palace interiors and gardens) 5. Chillingham Castle(Fotheringhay Castle) 6. Labyrinthine Keep at Warkworth Castle(Tower of London) 7. London's Middle Temple(Receiving Chamber) 8. Lord Leycester hospital(the Strand) 9. New College, Oxford(Anointment room) 10. Raby Castle(Whitehall Palace) 11. Broughton Castle(Woodstock Manor)

    Home media

    The Virgin Queen was released on DVD in 2006 by PBS and is also available digitally on Amazon Prime Videoand iTunes. The series was also released on DVD in Germany and England.The DVD releases were heavily censored and the 4 episodes were recut to 2 episodes. The 240 minutes (4 hours) of the original TV broadcasts were cut to 200 minutes (3 hours and 20 minutes) in the DVD versions. The digital releases that are available in Europe on Amazon Prime Video and iTunesare also ca. 40 minutes short...

    The original score was composed by Martin Phipps and features vocals by the Mediæval Bæbes and the London Bulgarian Choir. The score won an Ivor Novello Award for "Best Television soundtrack" on 24 May 2007. The lyrics on the track played during the opening sequence were derived from a poem written by Elizabeth I.

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    • 4
    • PBS
    • 13 November –, 20 November 2005
    • Martin Phipps
  3. 1 ago 2007 · The Virgin Queen. Set against some of Britain's most beautiful landscapes, The Virgin Queen explores the full sweep of Elizabeth I's long and eventful life. Anne-Marie Duff plays Elizabeth,...

  4. The Virgin Queen: With Anne-Marie Duff, Sienna Guillory, Ian Hart, Tom Hardy. From teenage princess to accomplished queen, torn between duty and personal longing, the reign of Elizabeth I is exposed in this lavish drama filmed against a backdrop of some of Great Britain's most beautiful houses and landscapes.

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    • 2005-11-13
    • Biography, Drama, History
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  5. The image of Elizabeth's reign is one of triumph and success. The Queen herself was often called 'Gloriana', 'Good Queen Bess' and 'The Virgin Queen'.

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