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Over five centuries, Chatsworth Estate has been passed down through 16 generations of the Cavendish family and is presently the home of the current 12th Duke of Devonshire and his family.
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Meet my expectations- Lots of info.

By Sam

from San Diego

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Comments about PBS Secrets of Chatsworth DVD:

Lacked only info. on Deborah Mitford.

 
3.0

House of Drama

By Love British Houses

from Vancouver WA

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Comments about PBS Secrets of Chatsworth DVD:

The history of its occupants was impacting: a duchess who writes a missive to her son in her own blood! Would like to have been introduced to its present family in more depth. Still and all, a truly grand manor house with magnificent grounds and furnishings. Good, but not great, production. While the history of its occupants was riveting, Chatsworth remained cold to me.

 
5.0

Another Wonderful Experience

By JAlberts

from Illinois

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Another beautiful English estate that has generations of history behind its walls. Going inside takes the viewer back centuries and allows us to glimpse the life of the peerage. I would recommend this to anyone interested in English history, art and/or architecture. I have viewed it more than once and never tire of seeing it - each time I discover something I didn't see before. Excellent DVD.

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