Mrs. Brown

Mrs. Brown (1997)

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John Brown: We were due in at 1.15. You're late.

Title Card: Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837, at the age of eighteen.
Title Card: At twenty she married Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg. It was one of the happiest royal marriages in history.
Title Card: When he died from typhoid in 1861, she was inconsolable.

John Brown: You tell Her Majesty that if her husband were here he'd tell her to get out of the house and get some air into her lungs.

John Brown: It's only grief makes her like she is.
Archie Brown: Three years, John. Is that not a bit long to be grieving?
John Brown: She loved him.
Archie Brown: Come on, man. There's love and there's.
John Brown: What?
Archie Brown: You know what I mean.
John Brown: I'm not sure I do, Archie.
Archie Brown: There's love and there's behaving like you do because there's nobody to tell you not to.

Queen Victoria: Mr Brown.
John Brown: Yes, ma'am.
Queen Victoria: You have been told repeatedly not to stand in the courtyard unless requested to do so.
John Brown: Yes, ma'am.
Queen Victoria: Then why do you persist in doing it?
John Brown: Because I think Her Majesty is wrong. If ever there was a poor soul who needed fresh air, it is her.
Queen Victoria: The Queen will ride out if and when she chooses.
John Brown: And I intend to be there when she's ready.

Factual error: The queen's maid tells Brown that the queen is currently reading 'Lord Tennyson.' That would be difficult in 1864, as Tennyson did not accept a peerage until the early 1880s.

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