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Richard III ()


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Richard of Gloucester uses manipulation and murder to gain the English throne.

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Robert Gemp ...
King Edward IV
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Richard, Duke of Gloucester, afterward Richard III
Albert Gardner ...
Prince Edward of Lancaster
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Earl of Richmond
George Moss ...
Tressel
Howard Stuart ...
Edward
Virginia Rankin ...
York, brother of Edward
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Lady Anne Plantagenet
Carey Lee ...
Queen Elizabeth
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Princess Elizabeth of York

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André Calmettes ... (co-director)
James Keane ... (co-director)

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James Keane ... ()
 
William Shakespeare ... (play)

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J. Stuart Blackton ... producer
M.B. Dudley ... producer

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Shakespeare's tragedy of the hump-backed Duke of Gloucester, who rises to the throne of England by chicanery, treachery, and brilliance, only to find that his own methods have prepared the groundwork for his downfall. Written by Jim Beaver

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Also Known As
  • The Life and Death of King Richard III (World-wide, English title)
  • Mr. Frederick Warde in Shakespeare's Masterpiece 'The Life and Death of King Richard III' (World-wide, English title)
  • リチャード三世 (Japan, Japanese title)
  • III. Richárd (Hungary)
  • Ричард III (Russia)
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  • 55 min
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Budget $30,000 (estimated)

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Trivia Thought lost for decades, but a pristine print (believed to be the oldest known complete surviving feature film made in the US) was discovered by a private collector in 1996 and donated to the American Film Institute. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Keepers of the Frame (1999). See more »

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