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Reconciliation 

With the death of Queen Mary II, King William III is now the sole monarch as per the original agreement they had made when invited to occupy the throne. A reconciliation process begins when... See full summary »

Director:

David Giles

Writers:

Winston Churchill (book), Donald Wilson

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Neville ... John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough
Susan Hampshire ... Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough
Margaret Tyzack ... Princess Anne
John Standing ... Sidney Godolphin
Alan Rowe Alan Rowe ... William III
Richard Pearson ... Robert Harley
Jill Balcon ... Abigail Hill
Polly Adams ... Henrietta Churchill
Roger Mutton Roger Mutton ... George of Denmark
Michael Culver ... Charles Churchill
John Ringham ... Lord Rochester
Lillias Walker ... Lady Sunderland
Job Stewart Job Stewart ... Lord Shrewsbury
Richard Warwick ... Francis Godolphin
Robert Robinson Robert Robinson ... Louis XIV
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With the death of Queen Mary II, King William III is now the sole monarch as per the original agreement they had made when invited to occupy the throne. A reconciliation process begins when he invites Princess Anne to a ball. There he makes it clear that there is no love lost between them but that the protection of the Protestant faith is paramount and they must prepare for her eventual succession and that of her 7 year-old son. Sarah Churchill also attend the ball but notes that husband John will not attend until he is summoned personally by the King. The Churchill children are happily married now and producing grandchildren much to the elder Churchills delight. Worried by the Spanish succession and the possibility of yet another European war, King William III summons Churchill and finding that they are of the same mind on the issue, he reinstates him as a Privy Councillor, restores his military rank as well as all titles and privileges at the Royal Court. On William III's death in ... Written by garykmcd

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Certificate:

TV-Y

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Language:

English

Release Date:

7 March 1971 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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