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Cultural depictions of George II of Great Britain

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There are several extant statues of the king: in Golden Square, Soho, London; at Royal Square, St. Helier, Jersey; and at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London.

On screen, King George II of Great Britain has been portrayed by:

  • Alexander Ekert in the 1921 German silent film Exzellenz Unterrock, based on a novel by Adolf Paul
  • Olaf Hytten in the 1936 film The Last of the Mohicans
  • Martin Miller in the 1948 film Bonnie Prince Charlie
  • Ivan Triesault in the 1951 film Dick Turpin's Ride
  • Arthur Young in the 1954 biopic John Wesley
  • Mathias Wieman in the 1957 film Robinson soll nicht sterben (The Girl and the Legend)
  • Richard Harris in the 1989 film King of the Wind
  • Clive Swift in the 1999 BBC TV drama series Aristocrats
  • Richard Griffiths in the 2011 adventure film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
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    Cultural depictions of George II of Great Britain Wikipedia

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