Cromwell (1970)

Release Date: 10 November 2003 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Richard Harris and Sir Alec Guinness star in this sweeping, handsomely-mounted epic drama recounting the battle which raged between the monarchy and a commoner over the very soul of Great Britain. In 17th-century England, ambitious country gentleman Oliver Cromwell (Harris) dared to challenge the political oppression and corruption which besieged his nation. Watching his power being usurped by a commoner, King Charles I springs to challenge his adversary. One man will become absolute ruler; the other will be executed. Rousing battle sequences, excellent lead and supporting performances from Robert Morley, Dorothy Tutin and Timothy Dalton.

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Region 2
Aspect Ratio: Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Surround
Running Time: 134 minutes
Production Year: 1970
Main Language: English
Subtitles: Arabic\Czech\Danish\Dutch\English\Finnish\French\German\Greek\Hebrew\Hindi\Hungarian\Icelandic\Italian\Norwegian\Polish\Portuguese\Spanish\Swedish\Turkish
Hearing Impaired Languages: English
Release Date: 10 November 2003
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance

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Quality history lesson about an important time in our history

Serious telling of a very unhappy period in England's 17th century. Harris, Guinness and a cast of top talent make this well worth watching.



SKU: CDR10251