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The Private Life of Henry VIII (17-Aug-1933)

Director: Alexander Korda

Writer: Arthur Wimperis

Music: Kurt Schroeder

Keywords: Drama, Biography, British Royalty

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Claud Allister
Actor
3-Oct-1888 26-Jul-1970 The Reluctant Dragon
Binnie Barnes
Actor
25-May-1903 27-Jul-1998 The Private Life of Henry VIII
Wendy Barrie
Actor
18-Apr-1912 2-Feb-1978 The Private Life of Henry VIII
Robert Donat
Actor
18-Mar-1905 9-Jun-1958 Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Elsa Lanchester
Actor
28-Oct-1902 26-Dec-1986 Bride of Frankenstein
Charles Laughton
Actor
1-Jul-1899 15-Dec-1962 Island of Lost Souls
John Loder
Actor
3-Jan-1898 26-Dec-1988 Sabotage
Miles Mander
Actor
14-May-1888 8-Feb-1946 The Three Musketeers
Merle Oberon
Actor
19-Feb-1911 23-Nov-1979 Wuthering Heights

CAST

Charles Laughton   ...   Henry VIII
Robert Donat   ...   Thomas Culpeper
Franklin Dyall   ...   Thomas Cromwell
Miles Mander   ...   Wriothesley
Lawrence Hanray   ...   Archbishop Thomas Cranmer
William Austin   ...   Duke of Cleves
John Loder   ...   Peynell
Claud Allister   ...   Cornell
Gibb McLaughlin   ...   The French Executioner
Sam Livesey   ...   The English Executioner
Merle Oberon   ...   Anne Boleyn
Wendy Barrie   ...   Jane Seymour
Elsa Lanchester   ...   Anne of Cleves
Binnie Barnes   ...   Katherine Howard
Everley Gregg   ...   Katherine Parr
Lady Tree   ...   The King's Nurse

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