That Hamilton Woman (1941) was a Drama - Historical Film directed by Alexander Korda and produced by Alexander Korda.
Academy Awards 1941 --- Ceremony Number 14 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Art Direction||Art Direction: Vincent Korda; Interior Decoration: Julia Heron||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||Rudolph Maté||Nominated|
Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier Blogathon – That Hamilton WomanBy Rhonda0731 on Nov 5, 2015 From Smitten Kitten Vintage
I adore Vivien Leigh. Ever since I first saw her in Gone With the Wind as a kid, I was in awe of her. She was so quick-witted and brilliant. It was not until I got older that I learned she was British. You could not even tell she was, she mastered the accent of the South perfectly. For my contributi... Read full article
That Hamilton Woman (1941)By Beatrice on Jun 13, 2014 From Flickers in Time
That Hamilton Woman?(AKA “Lady Hamilton”) Directed by Alexander Korda Written by Walter Reisch and R.C. Sherriff 1941/UK Alexander Korda Films/London Films Productions Repeat viewing/Netflix rental The Streetgirl: And then? ?What happened after? Emma: There is no “then”. Ther... Read full article
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Lord Horatio Nelson: Have you forgotten what night this is? Last of 1799; eight bells for the old year, and eight for the new. Happy New Year, darling.
Emma: Happy New Year.
Lord Horatio Nelson: The dawn of a new century.
Emma: 1800. How strange it sounds.
Lord Horatio Nelson: What a century it's been: Marlborough rode to war, and Washington crossed the Delaware. Louis XVI, and Marie Antoinette. The last of the Stuarts. Peter the Great. Voltaire. Clive of India. Bonaparte...
Emma: [shocked after seeing Lord Nelson's wounds] They told us of your victories but not of the price you paid!
Emma: ...and I forgot London, and the old ways. I was young. I healed quickly. I learned French and Italian, music and dancing. And one day, I had more than I ever dreamed of. I became his wife... Emma, Lady Hamilton.
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Nerot's Hotel (or Hotel Nerot, London) opened in 1776 in King Street on the site of the former townhouse of the Earl of Ranelagh. It was a very fashionable hotel and Nelson met his wife and his father there after his return in 1800 from the Battle of the Nile. It relocated to Clifford Street in 1811, with the original building being demolished in 1835 and the St James Theatre being built on the site.
The favorite film of both Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin.
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