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'Downton Abbey' Creator, Star Elizabeth McGovern to Reteam for PBS Movie 'The Chaperone'

“Downton Abbey” star Elizabeth McGovern is re-teaming with series creator Julian Fellowes on the period drama “The Chaperone” — PBS and Masterpiece’s first feature film. 313 more words

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'Downton Abbey' Writer Julian Fellowes & Elizabeth McGovern Reunite For 'The Chaperone' - Cannes

Downton Abbey star Elizabeth McGovern is reuniting with the show’s scribe Julian Fellowes and director Michael Engler for feature film The Chaperone. Based on Laura Moriarty’s novel of the same name, it marks the first feature film from Masterpiece and will air on PBS stations nationwide after its initial theatrical run. 120 more words

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Woman in Gold

yesterday evening (saturday 13th), 8.30-10.10pm, on bbc 2
woman in gold (2015), with helen mirren, henry goodman, charles dance, jonathan pryce, and elizabeth mcgovern

“An Austrian-Jewish refugee living in Los Angeles launches a legal campaign to reclaim a Gustav Klimt painting stolen from her family by the Nazis.

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Elizabeth McGovern Will Star In B'way Revival Of 'Time And The Conways'; Charlayne Woodard Joins Oscar Isaacs 'Hamlet'

UPDATED with Hamlet info, below.

Downton Abbey and Ragtime star Elizabeth McGovern will return to Broadway this fall, 27 years after playing Ophelia to Stephen Lang’s Hamlet. 341 more words

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Elizabeth McGovern to Star in Broadway Revival of 'Time and the Conways'

After six seasons on “Downton Abbey,” Elizabeth McGovern will head back to Broadway in “Time and the Conways,” a revival of the 1937 J.B. Priestley play to be produced by Roundabout Theater Company. 186 more words

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She's Having a Baby (1988) [review]

The beauty of this film is that it doesn’t try to over complicate the story. One which is very everyday in the events which occur, of a couple in their early twenties trying to find where they stand in the world. 420 more words

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Downton Abbey (2010-2015)

Downton Abbey (2010-2015)

Network:

PBS

Starring:

Hugh Bonneville

Phyllis Logan

Elizabeth McGovern

Michelle Dockery

Laura Carmichael

Dan Stevens

Plot:

A chronicle of the lives of the British aristocratic Crawley family and their servants in the early 20th Century. 163 more words

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