TV-14 | | Biography, Comedy, Drama
The story of the twilight years of tobacco billionairness Doris Duke and her relationship with her gay butler, to whom she left her entire fortune.
After being shown at a film festival, "Bernard and Doris" was sent directly to cable television rather than premiering in movie theatres.
Ugh! What is this?
First Butler: Cantaloupe, ma'am.
"She said it was important. 'Perhaps I will get the feeling back ..." It's the same body of a newspaper article for two different articles. Around 23 minutes into movie. One article had headline of Doris Duke attending opening with Leonard Bernstein. The second headline was her buying a Boeing 737 for $25 million.