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The Making of the Iron Lady (2008)

Unrelated to the feature film released three years later, this is the story of the making of the woman herself, from a man who had followed her as a reporter for three decades.

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Complete credited cast:
Michael Cockerell Michael Cockerell ... Himself - Reporter
Margaret Thatcher ... Herself (archive footage)
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Margaret Beckett Margaret Beckett ... Herself - Former Labour Minister (as Margaret Beckett MP)
Robert Carr Robert Carr ... Himself - Heath Cabinet Minister (as Lord Carr)
Alan Clark Alan Clark ... Himself (archive footage)
Kenneth Clarke Kenneth Clarke ... Himself - Education Whip, 1972-1974 (as Ken Clarke MP)
Iain Duncan Smith ... Himself - Former Conservative Leader
Edward Heath Edward Heath ... Himself (1996) (archive footage) (as Sir Edward Heath)
Jill Knight Jill Knight ... Herself - Conservative MP, 1966-1997 (as Lady Knight)
Alistair McAlpine Alistair McAlpine ... Himself - Conservative Party Treasurer, 1975-1990 (as Lord McAlpine)
Airey Neave ... Himself (archive footage) (as Airey Neave MP)
Michael Partridge Michael Partridge ... Himself - Civil Servant, 1959-1987 (as Sir Michael Partridge)
James Prior James Prior ... Himself - Conservative MP, 1959-1987 (as Lord Prior)
Patsy Rodenburg Patsy Rodenburg ... Herself - Voice Coach, Guildhall School of Music and Drama (as Patsy Rodenberg)
Norman Tebbit ... Himself - Conservative MP, 1970-1992 (as Lord Tebbit)
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Unrelated to the feature film released three years later, this is the story of the making of the woman herself, from a man who had followed her as a reporter for three decades.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 June 2008 (UK) See more »

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Color | Black and White (archive footage)
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