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Entertainment ‘The Crown’: Australia’s ABC Calls Out Netflix Show For Inventing Quotes About The Queen Being A “Pig”

12:20  27 november  2020
12:20  27 november  2020 Source:   deadline.com

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Australia ’ s national broadcaster has accused the makers of The Crown of a series of inventions We have noticed that there is an issue with your subscription billing details. It said that producers of the hugely popular Netflix series had invented disparaging quotes about the Queen that the drama

Netflix Australia let The Crown fans into a little secret on social media last week: Episode six of the Made it to the Australian episode of The Crown yet? If so, you’ll probably have some thoughts about the show ’ s depiction RELATED: Why The Crown is an overnight disaster for Charles and Camilla.

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Australian broadcaster ABC’s flagship current affairs show 4 Corners has set the record straight about a scene in Season 4 of The Crown involving the country’s former Prime Minister Bob Hawke.

Episode six, Terra Nullius, opens with Hawke — played by Richard Roxburgh — being interviewed at ABC’s studios in 1983 about welcoming Prince Charles and Princess Diana to the Commonwealth nation.

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During the exchange, The Crown writer Peter Morgan quotes Hawke as saying: “An unelected non-Australian who lives on the other side of the world and, for all their good intentions, is a different breed. You wouldn’t put a pig in charge of a herd of prime beef cattle, even if it did look good in a twinset and pearls.”

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Hey Netflix 👋. Huge fan. While we ’ re loving the fact that you’ve featured the ABC ' s Four Corners And while we’ve enjoyed your creative license, Hawke did not call the Queen a pig on our show I the thing that concerns me is the condition of men and women out there in Australia , particularly the

Australian investigative news program 4 Corners has roasted Netflix royal series The Crown over a However, 4 Corners claim the late Mr Hawke never said the offensive line about the Queen “And while we’ve enjoyed your creative license, Hawke did not call the Queen a pig on our show and say

But 4 Corners pointed out that Hawke never uttered these words. “While we’re loving the fact that you’ve featured us in @TheCrownNetflix, we’re in the business of facts and there are a few things we want to clear up,” the show tweeted. “While we’ve enjoyed your creative license, Hawke did not call the Queen a pig on our show.”

The current affairs program also pointed out that the interview took place on February 12, not February 26, as stated in a caption on The Crown. The conversation also took place in Melbourne, not in Canberra, 4 Corners added. As you can see in the clip above, however, Hawke did call Prince Charles a “nice young bloke” — a line also carried in The Crown.

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Four Corners is Australia ' s premier television current affairs program. Australian Story. TV Show . ABC Australia . Broadcasting & Media Production Company. And while we’ve enjoyed your creative license, Hawke did not call the Queen a pig on our show and say, "You wouldn't put a pig in charge

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ABC’s intervention is just the latest example of The Crown’s accuracy being questioned this year. The show is first and foremost a dramatized version of events, but given the profile of those depicted and the reputation of The Crown, the show’s creative license has been stirred strong feelings.

Princess Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer, has been among those to raise concerns about the royal drama. “Americans tell me they have watched The Crown as if they have taken a history lesson. Well, they haven’t,” he told ITV over the weekend. “It is very hard, there is a lot of conjecture and a lot of invention, isn’t there? You can hang it on fact but the bits in between are not fact.”

Morgan defended his storylines after questions about a scene in which Lord Mountbatten (Charles Dance) writes a letter to Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor) saying he is in danger of bringing “ruin and disappointment” to the family over his dalliances with Camilla Parker Bowles. There is, however, no record of the letter.

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Every time you get called out , you refuse to stand by it. (There are many interjections and Penny Kerin McMahon from the Endeavour Foundation said Josh’ s dream also showed that workplaces He is a pig and he should consider and he should reflect on the standards he is adopting in this chamber.

“I think everything that’s in that letter that Mountbatten writes to Charles is what I really believe, based on everything I’ve read and people I’ve spoken to, that represents his view,” Morgan told the show’s official podcast. “We will never know if it was put into a letter, and we will never know if Charles got that letter before or after Mountbatten’s death, but in this particular drama, this is how I decided to deal with it.”


Gallery: What 'The Crown' Got Right and Wrong About Diana and Charles' Relationship (US Weekly)

a person wearing a blue dress: It’s no secret that Princess Diana and Prince Charles‘ marriage wasn’t a happy one. If you had any doubt, once you watch season 4 of The Crown, that will be gone. The Princess of Wales (Emma Corrin) makes her debut on the Netflix series during the season premiere, meeting Prince Charles (Josh O’Conner) while he is visiting her older sister, Sarah. In the scene, a 16-year-old Diana is in a tree costume, which she wore for a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the first episode, which spans over three years, Charles told his father he was more interested in Camilla Parker-Bowles — but Prince Philip did not approve.     Over the course of the season, their relationship experiences intense turmoil, including multiple blowout fights about Parker-Bowles, who he later married. It also appears that the marriage was completely set up by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, rather than out of the love in Charles’ heart. “I care about her. Morning, noon and night, I care about her. … Camilla is who I want. That is where my loyalties lie. That is who my priority is,” he screams at Diana in the finale. “I refuse to be blamed any longer for this grotesque misalliance. I wash my hands of it. If you have a complaint about not being loved or appreciated in this marriage, I suggest you take it up with the people who arranged it.” The Crown writer and executive producer Peter Morgan previewed the fourth season ahead of its debut, opening up about the challenges. “It’s very hard to write the innocent start to a relationship when you know how tragically it ended and indeed how unhappy they were throughout it,” he told TVLine. Charles and Diana married in July 1981 and had two children, Prince William and Prince Harry. In 1992, the duo separated and four years later, they announced their divorce after both admitted to extramarital affairs. The following year, the princess died in a car crash in Paris. In this season, Charles is “a man desperately trying to get out of this mess,” O’Connor, 30, said about the arranged marriage. “These are two very lost souls … They both needed something they couldn’t give each other, and it didn’t work.” Scroll through the gallery below to see which moments in season 4 did — and didn’t — happen in real life.

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