Cromwell

United Kingdom, 1970

Film
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The last flourish of the decadent Cavaliers, the obdurate zeal of the insurgent Puritans, the mighty clashes in Parliament and on the battlefields, the king’s death on the headsman’s block - a crucial phase of British history is encompassed in “Cromewell”. This powerful story unfolds majestically against a backdrop of pageant, bloody battle and the agonies of a country torn by civil war. Stars Alec Guinness as Charles I and Richard Harris as Oliver Cromwell with a distinguished supporting cast.

Credits

director

Ken Hughes

Ken Hughes

producer

Irving Allen

Irving Allen

production company

Columbia

Language

English

Duration

02:14:00:00

Colour

Colour

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