Pride and Prejudice: Which Mr. Darcy Has the Noble Mien for You?

Portrait of Edmund Lenthal Swifte circa 1802, by John OpieMr. Darcy soon drew the attention of the room by his fine, tall person, handsome features, noble mien, and the report, which was in general circulation within five minutes after his entrance, of his having ten thousand a year. The gentlemen pronounced him to be a fine figure of a man, the ladies declared he was much handsomer than Mr. Bingley… The Narrator, Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 3

This is our introduction to the infamous Mr. Darcy from chapter three. Fine, tall, handsome, noble with ten thousand pounds a year! What a social pedigree. What unmarried woman, or over anxious mother would not want to snag him as a husband for themselves or their daughter? Interestingly, the description is subjective, allowing the reader to insert their own physical characteristics to form their ideal Mr. Darcy. How then did the archetype of Fitzwilliam Darcy as dark haired and fair complected come about? Blame the movies.

This striking portrait of a Regency era gentleman matches my impression of what Mr. Darcy should look like in my mind from Jane Austen’s description and the later influence of Hollywood and television. When I came across this portrait of Edmund Lenthal Swifte on the Tate Museum website, I was struck by the incredible similarity to actor David Rintoul who had portrayed Mr. Darcy in the 1979 BBC miniseries of Pride and Prejudice. They could be twins separated at birth by two hundred years. ;)

So gentle readers, who is your ultimate Darcy archetype? In a contest of dueling Darcy’s between Edmund Lenthal Swifte, Sir Lawrence Olivier, David Rintoul, Colin Firth, Matthew Macfadyen or Elliot Cowan, who really floats your boat? Cast your vote before November 1. You might just be surprised with the results.

Dueling Mr. Darcys

69 thoughts on “Pride and Prejudice: Which Mr. Darcy Has the Noble Mien for You?

  1. David Rintoul will always be my Darcy. He has this air about him which is easy to see why Elizabeth is so angered by his pride.

    Plus I also think the dip in the lake is a cop out to make that moment of meeting more awkward for Darcy and Elizabeth but if there is good acting then the moment is wonderful with Darcy being dripping wet.

    I also think Firth should have his own show called “Darcy’s Story” becasuse the story of Pride and Prejudice ’95 seems to focus on how he is feeling and such and I just think THAT IT IS NOT ABOUT HIM. It is about Elizabeth. Yet everyone still loves Firth and dont get me wrong I love that version there are just several things I would have changed and so therefor….
    David Rintoul is my Darcy!

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  2. honestly this is not a fair question for me, because ever since I saw Colin Firth when P&P first came out there could never be another! I’ve only seen the latest adaptation and just couldn’t accept anyone else.

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  3. If it is just up to looks, Olivier always seemed to have the great mix of glamor and hauteur that Dacry should have (glamor, at least at first, because he is this cultivated man-of-the world with a lot of money – it’s only when the characters start talking to him that he becomes less agreeable).

    I complete agree with Virginia Claire about “Darcy’s Story.”

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  4. I think I will be lynched by die-hard 1995 P&P fans, but I’ve always been torn between Firth and MacFadyen! It’s these things that keep me awake at night.

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  5. While I think MacFadyen is rather more handsome than Firth, I have such a huge amount of contempt for the film in which he acted Darcy, I am biased against him because of it. Firth was my introduction to Darcy and Austen in general, so I have a warm spot in my heart for him that I doubt will ever be replaced.

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  6. i am rather fond of olivier. i think that matthew mcfayden, while a very talented actor, looks too coarse for mr. darcy but i can see him more as…say…a seafaring captain…maybe even as wentworth (although i think mr. hinds certainly nailed that one).

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  7. Actually, I think the portrait favors Eliot Cowan a bit more.

    But Seriously, can I offer up a write in candidate (even though you didn’t ask) I say Richard Armitage… just because when he played Thornton we were all imagining Darcy.

    As for the vote (because you asked) I voted for Cowan.

    And what’s with the cleft chins? They all seem to have one. ;-)

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  8. Colin Firth for me, but I wonder who would make a good blond Darcy? That would be a controversy!! Like Daniel Craig being Bond…

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  9. I’m glad we can vote for more than one ;) a combinations of Olivier’s looks, Macfadyen voice, and Firth’s acting/mannerisms would be the perfect Darcy for me.

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  10. MacFadyen is my choice! While at this time it is the only P&P I’ve seen (ha), I do plan to see the others and will respond back to this blog with my thoughts. I must say Macfadyens’ voice, eyes, lips and stature leaves me WEAK. The way this movie is filmed…..almost every scene fully embodies that period.
    I am a Firth fan, especially from the BJD movies…so I’ll be renting that version of P&P soon!

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  11. Colin Firth’s Darcy was definitive and no one can beat it. no one can deny that, even Colin himself. he has based the character. as if Mr Darcy was meant to be played by him.
    as for Matthew, he was also brilliant. but not as good as Colin.

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  13. 1. Colin Firth as mr Darcy ! in PP 1995 i think it is still the best interpretation. Conveys haugtiness,passion and struggle but also with and amusement at the sime time as following the book closely (except perhaps the wet shirt scene but I did not mind that either;). The added scenes that where there were entirely plausible for a young man of Darcys class (like fencing, hunting and riding. Poor mr Darcy looked atelisabeth Bennet as if he had not eaten in 2 weeks and she was his favorite dish ;). Hopefully there will not bee to much difficulties producing some heirs to Pemberly !!:)

    2. Matthew Macfadyen does a nice interpretation of Darcy in the film of 2005.His Darcy is a bit less haughty that Firths Darcy but he Fiths the film well. He even tries to Kiss Elisabeth !! Not entirely Austen but nice in the context of the film.

    3- Laurence Olivier does a tolerable good Darcy in a bit silly film that bears not to much resemblance to the book.

    4. DavidRitnoul :( in the PP1980 The man is a total Stick and walks around as if he has a poker in his back.and his general deportment is stiff as a stick. how any woman could fall inlove with him(especially a lively young woman as Elisabeth Bennet )escapes me totally. How they should be able to producing any children in a enjoyable way escapes me totally!!

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  14. My vote is for Matthew Macfadyen. I have alwasy thought that Colin Firth is really elegant though cold, but Matthew has something in his sight that makes him be elegant and sweet; tender, lovely…. Well, I still vote for Matthew.

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  15. My 2nd submission;

    Finally saw P&P from 1995 with Colin Firth and loved the fact the P&P story was a longer version (more like the book). If only Joe Wright could of made his 2005 movie version of P&P longer with Matthew Macfadyen!!! Overall I like Colin as an actor, seen him in BJD & “what a girl wants”, and loved him in those movies…but just didn’t see the same emotion in the P&P movie even when he was longing for Lizzie.
    My vote remains with Matthew Macfadyen.

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  16. I think, Elliot Cowan is better!
    He will be a very famous actor, soon.
    realy, great actor
    furthermore, he have a different handsome.

    loves..

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  17. Colin all the way. That picture doesn’t do the gorgeous man justice.

    Matthew was a shy, nervous, unsure Mr. Darcy with a tulip bulb nose who always looked as though he were EXPECTING Lizzy to flair up and shout at him.

    Lawrence was better (and cuter), but far too friendly, easy, funny, and submissive. Plus he was surrounded by women in hoop skirts and hair bows. Um, excuse me?

    David was good, but he swung the other way to be…well, TOO stiff and formal. He reminded one of a talking stone. I liked him better in the second half of the movie, where he was smiling and being a bit more approachable. On the other hand, maybe that’s Austen’s point…? But he wasn’t handsome enough. Nuff said.

    Elliot Cowan… he didn’t even get together with Lizzy! What’s up with that? Cute though, I’ll give him that.

    Swifte looks just a bit too…young. That’s all.

    Which leaves us with Colin Firth.

    Passionate. Gorgeous. Looks good in Regency clothes. Tall. Imposing. Smart. Loves his sister. Loves Lizzy fiercely. Good repartee. Amazing sportsperson. In short, THE Mr. Darcy.

    I hope you all duly appreciate that I am taking up time when I should be working to write this. :DD

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  18. Definitely Elliott Cowan… smoulderingly sexy and brooding at the same time. That’s how I pictured Mr Darcy when I read the book, which I always do before I watch any film versions.

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  19. I’d have to side with the majority and vote for Colin Firth. Matthew Macfadyen was good and I did enjoy Eliot Cowan more than I thought I would given that I considered it a comedy of sorts! By the end of LIA, I desperately wanted Amanda to be with him!

    I did not care for Laurence Olivier’s Darcy but then I’ve never understood the appeal of that actor in general. David Rintoul was just too brooding for me (even taking into account the level of broodiness expected of a Darcy!)

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  20. Colin Firth best pulled off the “pride” aspect, with a fine showing of coldness and distance, which made the first marriage proposal scene all that more surprising. Also at the end when he finally starts to smile – wait, he is capable of showing any emotion at all?! Matthew MacFayden came off too whiny and soft.

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  21. For me personally, it is and always will be Elliot Cowan. :-) His portrayal of Mr Darcy, his demeanour, his looks and his voice is how I always imagined Mr Darcy. Both Colin Firth’s and Matthew Macfadyen’s versions of Mr Darcy were terrific, however, Elliot Cowan’s performance gives us more of an insight into Mr Darcy, of his struggles with his feelings and emotions. Granted the story is slightly different but then again that was the point. I simply loved this somewhat different version of P&P (LIO) and just can’t get enough of Elliot Cowan. What can I say, I am an instant fan of Elliot Cowan, he has the whole package.

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  24. I was never a Firth fan– although I do like that mini-series. Love, love, love Matthew Macfadyen’s subtle Darcy mannerisms too. But of late, Elliot Cowan’s portrayal does it for me. Very prideful, haughty and smokes of power and money. His total set down of Miss Price in Netherfield totally gave me anxious chills. He plays Darcy as I imagine he would have made any average woman feel — very plain, a bit insecure and yet, every bit attracted to him, in spite of herself. (And the water scene — well thats just good TV fun.) IMO, of course.

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  25. This is a no-brainer–Colin Firth, all the way. For me, it’s not the wet white shirt scene (although that scene on the DVD is frequently replayed), it’s when he’s watching Elizabeth sing and play at Pemberley and he’s just staring at her with this mixture of adoration and love and seeing her with fresh eyes and his hair is all wavy and… yeah.

    sigh…

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  26. How can we not vote for Colin. Every time you hear anything about P & P it’s always about Colin. Even in “Lost in Austen” (which I own on DVD and have watched several times) Amanda talks about Colin Firth. He really is the “real” Fitzwilliam Darcy.

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  27. Well, I’ve only seen three Darcy’s: Firth, Macfadyen and Cowan, so I can’t really comment on the other two. I’ve read the book over and over again since I first read it years ago. I just love it, I love the characters, the story, the manners, I love everything about it. Colin Firth used to be my Darcy for years, he’s a brilliant Darcy, no doubt about it. Macfadyen was compelling but not unlikeable enough, as Darcy should be when out of his comfort zone, I think. Cowan was very much very Darcy in my opinion, and the writer of Lost in Austen did a fabulous job at defining Darcy’s personality out of the context of the book. Personally, I’d have to vote for the three of them because they all brought something new to Darcy’s complex character, but even thought Firth’s image as Darcy is hard to get rid of, every time Darcy’s mentioned now, immediately Cowan comes to mind. He was just a perfect Darcy.

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  28. I think exactly like heather an April!!!
    I love Mathew! He´s wunderful. Mabey I think so because I´ve seen this version first when I think of Mr. Darcy while I´m reading the book. I think Colin is a great actor and I love him as Darcy in Bridget Jones (no one coulth have been more perfekt for this role), but Mathew will always be MY Mr. Darcy!!!

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  29. Matthew Macfadyen is my winning Mr. Darcy! I first saw the BBC version and – absolutely loved it! – David Rintoul and all (the poker is not up his back but his …). So, like the addict I am, I had to see the A&E version right away. While Colin Firth is definitely a yummy man(!) this version was all wrong. Firth was so enamoured of himself that he cast all the women wrong. Guess he didn’t want any competition. Then the Olivier version, then Bride & Prejudice, then BJD. Then along comes 2005 P & P. Sitting in the theatre, stressed because the movie is fast-forwarding thru the whole story, but at the end, Matthew Macfadyen is striding through the mist, and before I know it, I’ve seen the movie 3 times in the theatre, then countless times at home. How do I get a copy of Lost in Austen??

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  30. Great question. I was a huge fan of the ’95 P & P, and especially of Colin Firth’s Mr. Darcy. When the 2005 theatrical version arrived, I held low expectations. I was very pleasantly surprised by MacFayden’s terrific Darcy, which I thought *almost* as good as Firth’s.

    I just finished watching “Lost in Austen” (which I bought on amazon.com, Gaile). Elliot Cowan — ohhhh my goodness. He just carved out a nice place for himself in my consciousness. I won’t be forgetting him as Darcy anytime soon!

    Cowan’s Darcy was easily the most unpleasant of the three. His Darcy even visibly showed his anger in public situations, and sometimes behaved rudely *without* the mask of civility the other Darcys seemed to aspire to in moments of extreme duress. That made his pursuit of the heroine all the more compelling.

    Still, I felt Cowan’s Darcy was very much informed by Firth’s. That makes sense, considering the storyline of ‘Lost in Austen’, and the fact that Firth’s name is mentioned by Amanda several times. So while Cowan gets *this* close to taking my vote, it has to go to Colin Firth’s Darcy, who is probably solely responsible for any attraction I’ve experienced to brooding men since 1995.

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  31. I have been a fan of P & P since I was a teenager. I have seen most of the versions of the book, even the Bollywood musical (YUK!!). I know that for many women Colin Firth is the one, But I felt that Matthew MacFadyen played it with just a bit too much emotion.
    So I have to say that for me Elliot Cowan has the edge. Whenever he spoke in a cold manner, it sent chills down my spine. I actually felt like his disdain was directed at me personally. I really liked the story here as well, it added a new kind of “What if?” dimension to the story. I also felt that Elliot Cowan’s performance was more effective because of this, I especially loved his look of confused distress when stepping into Amanda’s London. saying this, I have a lot of respect for all of the other Darcys, but felt that their one dimensional performances were lacking in the end with comparison to the novel.

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  32. Elliot Cowan, hands down.

    I love the BBC P&P and gorge on it at least yearly. In it, Colin Firth IS Darcy, no doubt. But… in general, Colin Firth just doesn’t do it for me. He’s an attractive man, but as he grew on Elizabeth, he had to grow on me.

    I only just tonight watched Lost in Austen. Elliot Cowan’s Darcy had me at “smoulder.” I immediately found a picture of him standing in the lake and set it as my desktop pic and then wrote a blog entry on the movie. And then came looking around for MORE information. So, yes, I’d say he’s the one who had the most impact in the role for me.

    Again, geez, can he smoulder. shiver. ;-)

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  33. Would have chosen Colin Firth if I had voted before watching Lost in Austen. Elliot Cowan has done it for me, he was brilliant! He was haughty, arrogant, proud, uncivilly rude and disdainful to the upmost level and I LOVED it! You can actually see Mr Darcy struggling with his feelings, mainly with what he wants and what is expected of him by society. He was extremely poised and, later on, passionate, standing ground and defending the woman he loves. Very much like I envisioned Darcy. Colin Firth will always be Mr Darcy, but Elliot has given him a run for his money.

    I would love to see him perform Mr Darcy in a PP movie, though.

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  34. i love david rintoul. darcy’s supposed to be stiff and stand-off-ish. and he’s so cute when he starts smiling in the second half! sigh…

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  35. This is a very interesting thread!

    I don’t know who Edmund Lenthal Swifte and David Rintoul are, so I must confine my choice to the other 4. It’s a toss up between Olivier and Firth for me. After reading P&P for the first time, Olivier was my first movie adaptation. No doubt, Olivier was the epitome of Darcy… he was certainly handsome, haughty, and had that noble mien! I don’t know if it was the way productions were done then (static cameras, minimalist acting of Olivier, very proper diction and manners) , but I never warmed to Olivier’s Darcy, even towards the end of the film. Darcy remained a literary hero, confined to the pages of a book. But when I watched Firth’s portrayal, suddenly Darcy was a living and breathing man! Maybe the whole production just appealed to my modern sensibilities, and it’s not just about the wet shirt! =) Firth was not only able to show the arrogant and insufferable side of Darcy, but also the awkward, caring, and humorous underside. That was truly unforgettable… Olivier was my first, but Firth is my Darcy!

    Regarding Matthew Macfadyen, I love this actor, but I don’t know why it always strikes me that there is tremendous sadness and pathos behind his eyes. Too much for Mr Darcy. But I do think he’ll make a fabulous Heathcliff!

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  36. I have only seen the 1995 tv production after reading P&P but I was absolutely lovestruck by Colin Firth’s performance. He completely embodied the way I imagined Mr Darcy would look like!I am always critical of tv/movie productions of classical novels but this 1995 production was very faithful to Jane Austen’s novel and did it a lot of justice-esp. with Colin’s portrayal! No wonder a lot of British women go ga-ga with Colin Firth.
    I have been going back and forth reading Chapters 34, 35 and is it 55 or 54? (Chance encounter at Pemberley). I am absolutely indebted to Jane Austen for her very entertaining novels.

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  37. In 2004 I would never have thought to allow such a thing utter my lips, but…Matthew Macfayden is my favorite Darcy. All of the other Darcy’s were played similarly. Matthew’s Darcy had something different, something pulled out of the character that made me rethink (and re-read) the novel.

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  38. I have seen four of the actors and hands down although Colin is wonderfull.. Cowan to me made the character I know come to live. He is as one other wrote the total package!

    The scene of his quivering chin and the emotion on his face when he told her he could not marry her showed his acting chops. Gorgeous wonderful actor I will be looking out for in the years to come. Glad Lost in Austen showed up on the US video rental shelves!

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  39. colin firth all the way!!! the mini series was the first interpretation of the novel that i watched, after reading the book. it was amazing!!! a little slow at times, sure, but colin firth… wow. his eyes, and his hair, and his acting- all amazing!!! but he seemed to be more attractive in the beginning.. when he’s all proud and what not. ugh but at the scene where they both confess their love for each other.. ew. why were they walking on a muddy path- he didnt really look like himself. and then the wedding!! it was so awkward and the kiss was not passionate at all.. but everything else was great!!! colin will always be THE mr. darcy no matter what anyone says. matthew is.. meh, and his voice is really really nice, but hes not mr darcy in my mind. i always picture colin when someone says darcy..

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  40. I voted for Mr. Macfadyen.
    Why’ I have to admit it. I’d never read a Jane Austen book before, sorry. But when I saw Mr. Macfadyen and lately Mr. Cowan in Lost in Austen…. mmm it’s very hard to decide.

    Sorry for the comparisons but it’s like going to a gourmet pattisserie and there are lots of delicious cakes with chocolate, with fruits, with green tea, with chesse and many other flavors. It’s hard to decide which one you’ll eat. Which one will become your favorite one.

    Of course I’ve watched Mr. Firth also, but if I have to chose which ones will be in my top three. This must be like this:
    *Matthew Macfadyen.(I totally love him)
    *Colin Firth.(I hope to have more post-modern moments)
    *Elliot Cowan. (he must smile more often)

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  41. I love Pride and Prejudice so much! I really prefer Matthew Macfadyen as the perfect Mr. Darcy. He acted his role very well and his physical features are undoubtedly very Mr. Darcy. His piercing eyes, quizzical brows, manly voice, tall stature and his countenance makes me melt every time I watch him. He’s handsome enough to tempt me!

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  42. I vote for Matthew Macfadyen, his interpretation was full of passion, as if Mr. Darcy had been reincarnated
    …Just A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E…. He will always be my Mr. Darcy…

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  43. I’ve seen Olivier, Firth, MacFadyen and Cowan in the role of Darcy, and while I think they all did a fantastic job bringing the character to life, Elliot Cowan is the one who (to me) embodied him the most. He managed to sway me towards despising him for his arrogance and treatment of Miss Price (and his disdain for the Bennetts), yet pull sympathy from me in his weaker moments. Kelly M describes one scene well where Darcy seems to crumble, ever so slightly before Amanda before he delivers his final say (that she is a maid, and…you know). I saw a wide range of emotions in his version of Darcy, and praise Cowan for his performance. Even though I knew P&P well, LiA and his version of Darcy kept me on the edge of my seat, wondering what would happen next.

    And yes, he wasn’t bad on the eyes either. I preferred his “wet shirt” scene over Firth’s. (To each his/her own, right?)

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  44. I loved the look of Sir Lawrence, he was the perfect picture of Mr. Darcy, I just wish that the movie hadn’t been so gosh darn awful.

    Colin Firth in close second, I just loved that the movie was so long seeing as I can never get enough of P&P.

    The only other one I have seen is the one with MacFayden, and although I did love the movie he was just not good enough looking for my test.

    I just love Mr. Darcy.

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  45. Well i think Mathew is the Mr.Darcy because there is just something about him that makes you hate him but love him all at the same time. there is something about the way he presents himself and when he looks into Elizabeth’s eyes its pure magic. hes so debonair and somewhat timid and i do not see it portrayed so perfectly in all the others.
    Though i do think Oliver is the most lovable as far as looks can go and Collin did a fine job as Mr.Darcy but i don’t think you could fall for him as much as Mathew and hes just a little to cold for me. i did not see any real chemistry from him and Elizabeth in P&P.

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  46. If anyone has seen Elliot Cowan’s Darcy in Lost in Austen, they know he is the most luscious Mr. Darcy ever.
    And the water scene! OMG!

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  47. KIT : You rigth! “Colin placed the mark very high” said Mr Cowan and yes, but He- Elliot- placed HIS mark very deeply…. I said that ! And that water scene recreation: How to be 2 in 1 into a person and at the same time being unique…No, the King-Firth- is not death, only begins to an extraordinary lineage!

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  48. elliot cowan has my vote as darcy! his body language, the slightest facial expressions, the smouldering eyes, his ability to display the different sets of emotions effortlessly and brilliantly..a brilliant actor! colin firth’s darcy was ok but was abit stiff, esp at the end when lizzie agrees to his second proposal on that muddy path..and the kiss at the end was kinda ‘awww, is that it?’, compared to darcy and amanda’s end scene at the balcony, when darcy looks lovingly into amanda’s eyes and says ‘no, no, i only smile in private’ before kissing her in a loving way…yup, elliot’s darcy wins the vote!

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  49. I have seen every version of Pride and Prejudice I can find, including five of the six versions listed. I must say that David Rintoul is my Mr. Darcy. David was the only one I believed to be truly in love with Elizabeth. In every other version (some of which didn’t exactly follow the storyline and therefore threw me off) he just seemed way too aloof, other then some random staring he showed no certain sign of affection. David’s Mr. Darcy was so proper yet so enthralling. I watched every episode of the mini series without stopping. I was absolutely addiected. I will definitely watch them again. <3

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  50. While Sir Lawrence Olivier’s Heathcliff is one of my favorite brooding stallions…MY unforgettable Darcy is that of Colin Firth’s portrayal. Not only his strong, noble character…but his phrasing, diction and commanding presence. Be it a Shakespearean Sonnet…or a Barrett-Browning’s…Counting of the Ways..he speaks…and his words effortlessly breathe life.

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  51. Firth will always be my Darcy, he plays it so well(Also I don’t mind the extra wet shirt scene) McFadyen looks more like I imagined Darcy would look(I read the book before seeing any of the adaptations) he makes me weak at the knees =D

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  52. I’m at a tie between Colin Firth and David Rintoul. I absolutely love Firth’s acting as Darcy and there was definitely more chemistry between him and Ehle, which made the love story even more agreeable. However, he did play Darcy as a more brooding, depressing man, which isn’t entirely how Jane Austen characterized him. Rintoul had just the right mix of pride and affection, which makes him seem like the perfect Darcy — however, there lacked true emotion between Elizabeth and himself. But when she finally accepted him, you could finally see the real Rintoul’s Darcy — a smiling, laughing man eager to be completely in love.
    On that note, McFayden was far too wooden a Darcy for me, and don’t even get me started on Knightley’s Elizabeth…

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  53. Edmund Lenthal Swifte is my vote. He is actually my gggg grandfather so I am biased. He had four wives and nearly thirty children, dying just short of his 100th birthday.

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