Approved | | Biography, Drama, Romance
In 1862, a young Englishwoman becomes royal tutor in Siam and befriends the King.
When Rex Harrison met John Cromwell, he found him pleasant enough, but rather aloof. "At least two months passed before the production began," recalled Harrison in his 1975 autobiography Rex, "during which time, if we did come across each other, [Cromwell] withdrew, either physically or mentally; I was never able to sit down with him and discuss my fears and worries about playing an Oriental, and he never told me what he thought about the character."
Now always best time.
When the King is dying the paper is not under his pillow in one scene and then magically it is there when he takes it out to be read.
The 2006 UK DVD was cut by 2 secs by the BBFC to remove a horse-trip.