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That Hamilton WomanThe story of courtesan and dance-hall girl Emma Hamilton, including her relationships with Sir William Hamilton and Admiral Horatio Nelson and her rise and fall, set during the Napoleonic Wars.
Actors of "That Hamilton Woman"Vivien LeighBirthdate: 5 November 1913, Darjeeling, Bengal Presidency, British India [now West Bengal, India]
Characters of "That Hamilton Woman"
Directors of "That Hamilton Woman"Alexander KordaBirthdate: 16 September 1893, Pusztatúrpásztó, Austria-Hungary [now Hungary]
Creators of "That Hamilton Woman"Walter ReischBirthdate: 23 May 1903, Vienna, Austria-Hungary [now Austria]R.C. SherriffBirthdate: 6 June 1896, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "That Hamilton Woman"Q Network Film DeskSeptember 22, 2009
Leigh and Olivier translate their real-life passion to celluloid, making it curiously difficult to discern what was performed and was simply thereCombustible CelluloidSeptember 10, 2009
Not only does Leigh look outrageously beautiful, but she seems to be radiating sheer, undiluted adoration and desire through her eyes, voice and movements, perfectly received and matched by Olivier.Slant MagazineSeptember 08, 2009
That Hamilton Woman gains much from Leigh's playfulness and placid beauty.Seanax.comSeptember 07, 2009
... the most gracefully directed and dramatically engaging film from British film impresario Korda, who generally directed like a producer.EmanuelLevy.ComJune 29, 2009
Olivier and Vivien Leigh made this romantic historical melodrama at the height of their popularity, which became Churchill's favorite film due to its propaganda elements during WWII.Filmcritic.comJune 20, 2009
Rarely has a more thoroughly harrowing and emotional portrait of life at home during wartime been rendered on the screenMountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)September 30, 2008
It's big. It's glossy. It's rather noisy. But it's also rather charming in its old-fashioned way.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsJanuary 30, 2008
Winston Churchill's favorite film; he reportedly saw it 83 times.
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