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Princess Daisy (miniseries)

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Director  Waris Hussein
First episode date  November 6, 1983
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Language  English
7/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Romance
Music director  Lalo Schifrin
Country  United States
Princess Daisy (miniseries) movie poster
Release date  November 6, 1983 (1983-11-06)
Writer  Judith Krantz (novel), Diana Hammond (teleplay)
Cast  Lindsay Wagner (Francesca Valenski), Paul Michael Glaser (North), Robert Urich (Patrick Shannon), Claudia Cardinale (Anabelle de Fourdemont Valenski), Rupert Everett (Ram Valenski), Sada Thompson (Masha)
Similar movies  Mad Max: Fury Road, Taken 3, The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence), John Wick, Birdman, Furious 7

Princess Daisy is a 1983 miniseries by Waris Hussein, based on the 1980 novel of the same name by Judith Krantz.

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Plot

Princess Daisy tells the story of a young girl who is sent to England to live with her father, Prince Valenski, after her mother's death in a car crash. Unfortunately, Daisy is immediately separated from her twin sister Dani, who is a special needs child not accepted by their father. When Daisy turns 16, their father dies in a plane accident. The girl is forced to take care of her life herself, especially when her half-brother starts seeing in her more than just a sister.

Cast

  • Merete Van Kamp .... Daisy & Dani Valensky
  • Lindsay Wagner .... Francesca Valensky
  • Stacy Keach .... Prince Alexander "Stash" Valensky
  • Claudia Cardinale .... Anabelle de Fourdemont Valensky
  • Robert Urich .... Patrick Shannon
  • Paul Michael Glaser .... Fred North
  • Rupert Everett .... Ram Valensky
  • Ringo Starr .... Robin Valerian
  • Barbara Bach .... Vanessa Valerian
  • Rachel & Melissa Dennis .... young Daisy & Dani
  • Critical reception

    Richard Corliss wrote of the miniseries, "Not even trash can guarantee the happy ending, and, alas, it happened to Jane Doe: Princess Daisy proved a small screen bust." However, The Guardian was more positive; while it criticized the acting, it concluded, "Despite all that, Princess Daisy is much better quality kitsch than Lace. It has all the same, essential mini-series requirements: vulgar opulence, beautiful people, international locations, the lot. But it also has a strong, closely packed story line, with the kind of fairy tale elements—the mirror image twin, the evil step-relation—that can remind you of childhood frissons; and it has characters in place of those perambulating coat hangers we had last week. And if we customers don't take the trouble to distinguish between good and bad rubbish, you know exactly what kind we will get in future."

    References

    Princess Daisy (miniseries) Wikipedia
    Princess Daisy (miniseries) IMDb Princess Daisy (miniseries) themoviedb.org


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