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Shadow of the Tower (1972)

Shadow of the Tower (1972)

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James Maxwell stars as King Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty, in this remarkable series, the prequel to the BBCs award-winning Tudor histories, THE SIX WIVES OF HENRY VIII and ELIZABETH R. When Henry, Earl of Richmond, ascended to the throne as King Henry VII in 1485, he would not only unite England after the tumultuous War of the Roses, he would herald the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the Modern Era. His reign would set the stage for the Protestant Reformation and the cultural revolution brought about by the Renaissance. Although overshadowed in history by his larger-than-life son and his remarkable granddaughter, his achievements can stand proudly alongside anything accomplished by his descendants.

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    Title: Shadow of the Tower (1972)
    Genre: British-Drama
    Starring: Gawn Grainer, Hugh Sullivan, James Laurenson, James Maxwell, Richard Warwick, Norma West
    Directors: Joan Kemp Welch, Anthea Browne-Wikinson, Moira Armstrong, Peter Moffatt, Prudence Fitzgerald, Keith Williams, Darrol Blake
    Attributes: 4PC
    Release Date: 1/25/2011
    Original Year: 1972
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 1000115617
    UPC: 883929098149
    Item #: BBC015617

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 1/25/2011
    Run Time: 640 minutes
    Studio: BBC Warner