Tower of London

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Categories: Drama, History
In the 15th century Richard Duke of Gloucester, aided by his club-footed executioner Mord, eliminates those ahead of him in succession to the throne, then occupied by his brother King Edward IV of England. As each murder is accomplished he takes particular delight in removing small figurines, each resembling one of the successors, from a throne-room dollhouse, until he alone remains. After the death of Edward he becomes Richard III, King of England, and need only defeat the exiled Henry Tudor to retain power.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1939-11-17
Run time: 92 minute / 1:32
Director: Rowland V. Lee
Writer: Robert N. Lee
Production Company : Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Basil Rathbone
as Richard - Duke of Gloucester
Boris Karloff
as Mord
Barbara O'Neil
as Queen Elyzabeth
Ian Hunter
as King Edward IV
Vincent Price
as Duke of Clarence
Nan Grey
as Lady Alice Barton
Ernest Cossart
as Tom Clink
John Sutton
as John Wyatt
Leo G. Carroll
as Lord Hastings
Miles Mander
as King Henry VI
Lionel Belmore
as Beacon - a Chamberlain
Rose Hobart
as Anne Neville
Ronald Sinclair
as Boy King Edward
John Herbert-Bond
as Young Prince Richard
Ralph Forbes
as Henry Tudor
Frances Robinson
as Duchess Isobel
G.P. Huntley
as Wales
John Rodion
as Lord DeVere
Walter Tetley
as Chimney Sweep
Donnie Dunagan
as Baby Prince
Stanley Blystone
as First Gate Guard Greeting Tom Clink (uncredited)
Joan Carroll
as Lady Mowbray (uncredited)
Caroline Frances Cooke
as Woman (uncredited)
Jean Fenwick
as Lady in Waiting (uncredited)
Robert Greig
as Friar Cautioning John Wyatt (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert
as Councilman (uncredited)
P.J. Kelly
as Beggar (uncredited)
Murdock MacQuarrie
as Councilman (uncredited)
Merrill McCormick
as Beggar (uncredited)
C. Montague Shaw
as Majordomo (uncredited)
Ann E. Todd
as Princess (uncredited)
Ernie Adams
as Thirsty Prisoner
Richard Alexander
as 2nd Gate Guard Greeting Tom Clink
Harry A. Bailey
as Councilman
Reginald Barlow
as Sherriff
Ted Billings
as Beggar
Ed Brady
as Beggar
Louise Brien
as Lady in Waiting
Howard Brooks
as Cardinal
Georgia Caine
as Dowager
Harry Cording
as Lead Murderer of the Children
Nigel De Brulier
as Archbishop at St. John's Chapel (uncredited)
Fred Farrell
as Beggar
Martin Faust
as Dighton
Al Ferguson
as Cleric
John George
as Spy (uncredited)
Robert Greig
as Friar Cautioning John Wyatt
Frank Hagney
as Soldier
Sibyl Harris
as Woman
Ivo Henderson
as Haberdeer
Colin Kenny
as Soldier
George Lloyd
as Moat Guard
Michael Mark
as Henry VI's Servant
Jim Mason
as Beggar
Charles Miller
as Councilman
Arthur Mulliner
as Councilman
Claude Payton
as Councilman
Charles Peck
as Page Boy
Russ Powell
as Sexton
Francis Powers
as Priest
Evelyn Selbie
as Beggar Woman
Venetia Severn
as Princess
Yvonne Severn
as Princess
Edgar Sherrod
as Priest
Ivan F. Simpson
as Anne's Protector
Jack C. Smith
as Forrest
Schuyler Standish
as Page
Arthur Stenning
as Soldier
Donald Stuart
as Torturer Bunch
Denis Tankard
as Beggar
Cyril Thornton
as Prisoner
David Thursby
as Beggar
Claire Whitney
as Civilian Woman
Guy York Jr.
as Soldier
Crew
Ford Beebe Second Unit

Art
Russell A. Gausman Set Decoration

Editing
Edward Curtiss Editor

Art
Jack Otterson Art Direction

Costume & Make-Up
Vera West Costume Design
Otto Lederer Makeup Artist

Camera
George Robinson Director of Photography

Costume & Make-Up
Jack P. Pierce Makeup Artist

Sound
Frank Skinner Original Music Composer

Directing
Rowland V. Lee Director

Production
Rowland V. Lee Producer

Writing
Robert N. Lee Screenplay





















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