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VIDEO: DOWNTON ABBEY Cast Covers One Direction's 'What Makes You Beautiful'

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Comedian Richard Sandling has put together a video mashup featuring the cast of Downton Abbey covering One Directions' hit single 'What Makes You Beautiful.' The video was made for Sandling's Perfect Movie, a monthly live comedy show at The Leicester Square Theatre about films featuring comedians, special guests, reviews, trailers, games and more. Check it out below!

Sandling has also created video mashups featuring the cast of Mad Men covering Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" for his web site 'That Awesome Movie Guy.'

About DOWNTON ABBEY:

From the pen of award-winning writer Julian Fellowes comes the third series of ITV1's costume drama, Downton Abbey, starring Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville and Elizabeth McGovern.

As they face new challenges, the Crawley family and the servants who work for them remain inseparably interlinked. Throughout the great house new arrivals rattle the established hierarchies, and the lives of the inhabitants are as shaped by romance, ambition, desire, shocks and heartbreak as ever.

The secure, serene and ordered world of Downton is rocked by passions below the surface and there are changes above and below stairs.

The third series, set in 1920, sees the return of all the much-loved characters in the sumptuous setting of Downton Abbey.

VIDEO: DOWNTON ABBEY Cast Covers One Direction's 'What Makes You Beautiful'


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