A regency dandy enjoys a close relationship with the Prince of Wales; when this is eventually withdrawn, he dies in penury
Captain Beau Brummell is characteristically impertinent towards the Prince of Wales and loses his commission as a result.
Brummell takes to heavy criticism of the Prince and his lifestyle; the Prince also comes under fire from his own Prime Minister.
However, wise advice from Brummell intrigues the Prince and a complex, unusual friendship forms between the Regency dandy and the future king.
Main title from Beau Brummell (1954). A regency dandy enjoys a close relationship with the Prince of Wales; when this is eventually withdrawn, he dies in penury.
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