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Love the show! As hard as it may be to believe some people still haven't seen the show or are currently in the midst of watching it. The content of this video contains a lot more than what the title displays. Kindly be mindful and add 'spoiler alert' to the title on such videos.
I do love an American YouTube vlog when they try thier best of British pronunciations.
I'm think Gloucester has already been mentioned "Gloss-Ter" but the commentator needs to research how to refer to Knights and Dames of the British Empire KBE DBE eg Sir and Dame ..... it's Dame Maggie not Dame Smith.
Good effect but had you heard of the films Harry Potter? Maybe one of the actors may have been in that too.
I admire and love Dame Maggie Smith as Lady Violet, she carries the series season after season. But her performance as Professor Minerva McGonagall at Hogwarts is closest to my heart. My absolute favourite character in the Harry Potter movies, well actually one of my all time favourite character in any movie.
We watch downton abbey episodes periodically and love each and everyone of them; it would have been preferable if characters like Mathew Crawley had gone overseas to fulfill certain duties and obligations for a long period of time and then brought them back later to the drama series so we could enjoy seeing them again rather than killing them in the series. Maybe you can have an identical twin brother of Mathew be brought in the series or movie and bring out that Isobel hid that little secret. In that way Dan can return and Penelope can be happy again!
Please bring this classic elegant show back…. Thanks.
Not wanting to sound ungallant, but I've admired Maggie Smith's acting ability for decades. She has a unique quality that impresses itself into every film role she's ever been in. She gets high points on timing, and she knows the value of a pause or a moment of silence.
I well remember Maggie Smith, in "Young Cassidy" co-starring Rod Taylor. She was younger, and the movie was in color. She was also involved with American, George Nader, in "Nowhere to Go", a black and white movie which had me in suspense to the very end. It was an ending I would not have preferred; but quite a satisfactory experience for a moviegoer like me.
So many mistakes made in this it's ridiculous and I'm a Southern Californian. If I'm picking them up so easily you know the narrator sucks.
I have to add "A Room with a View" as one of my all time favorite Maggie Smith roles. I would definitely recognize her from her previous work as well as Downton.
Why don't they mention "The Guest" for Dan Stevens? Talk about a transformation both physically and mentally. Wow! Matthew Crawley becomes a badass. And the there's Will Ferrell's Eurovision movie in which Stevens totally steals the show but that likely debuted after this interview.