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Lady Caroline Lamb (de soltera Ponsonby; 13 de noviembre de 1785-25 de enero de 1828), también conocida como honorable Caroline Ponsonby hasta que su padre sucedió en el condado en 1793, fue una aristócrata y novelista angloirlandesa, más conocida por su relación sentimental con lord Byron en 1812.
Lady Caroline Lamb (née Ponsonby; 13 November 1785 – 25 January 1828) was an Anglo-Irish aristocrat and novelist, best known for Glenarvon, a Gothic novel.In 1812 she had an affair with Lord Byron, whom she described as "mad, bad, and dangerous to know".
- 13 November 1785
- 25 January 1828 (aged 42)
- William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne, (m. 1805)
22/11/1972 · Lady Caroline Lamb: Directed by Robert Bolt. With Sarah Miles, Jon Finch, Richard Chamberlain, John Mills. A noblewoman doomed to a loveless marriage falls into a scandalous affair with the dashing Lord Byron.
Lady Caroline Lamb es una película dirigida por Robert Bolt con Sarah Miles, Jon Finch, Richard Chamberlain, John Mills .... Año: 1972. Título original: Lady Caroline Lamb.
- Sarah Miles
- Robert Bolt
- Plot Synopsis
1972 British film Lady Caroline Lamb Theatrical release poster Directed byRobert Bolt Written byRobert Bolt Produced byFranco Cristaldi Fernando Ghia Bernard Williams StarringSarah Miles Jon Finch Richard Chamberlain Laurence Olivier CinematographyOswald Morris Edited byNorman Savage Music byRichard Rodney Bennett Production company Pulsar Productions Distributed byMGM-EMI United Artists Release date 22 November 1972 Running time 123 minutes CountryUnited Kingdom LanguageEnglish Budget$3,500,000
Caroline Ponsonby accepts a marriage proposal from William Lamb. Despite the misgivings of his mother, the marriage seems happy enough at first, a love match, but on their honeymoon in Italy William becomes concerned about Lady Caroline's wilful behaviour, which leads to a man's death. Back in England William is seen as a political "coming man", respected by parliamentarians both Whig and Tory. Meanwhile Lady Caroline meets the poverty stricken Lord Byron, and visits his modest flat. To her husb
The film was the directorial debut of screenwriter Robert Bolt and starred his wife Sarah Miles in the title role. Bolt said he was attracted to the story of Lamb because it "was funny, touching and entertaining" and felt the movie was about "the struggle between the romantics of the world and the classicists... The classical, ignoble view of life, as espoused by Wellington in the film, keep society going... but it's the romantics, like Caroline, who drive life, who instigate new ideas, and who
Praise came for Laurence Olivier's cameo as the Duke of Wellington, with Philip French of The Times writing that "... Olivier's brief appearance as the Duke of Wellington is a beautifully witty and rounded characterisation that is worth the price of the admission in itself". The
The film was one of the most popular movies of 1973 at the British box office. It was nominated for three BAFTA awards.