Tudor Rose (film)

Tudor Rose (film)

Infobox Film
name = Tudor Rose

caption = Nova Pilbeam and John Mills
director = Robert Stevenson
producer = Hubert Bath
writer = Miles Malleson (dialogue)
Robert Stevenson (screenplay)
starring = Cedric Hardwicke
Nova Pilbeam
music = Hubert Bath (composer)
Louis Levy
(music director & additional music)
cinematography = Mutz Greenbaum
editing = Terence Fisher
distributor = Gaumont British
released = 1 September 1936
runtime = 78 min
country = UK
awards =
language = English
budget =
preceded_by = "Lady Jane Grey; Or, The Court of Intrige"
followed_by = "Lady Jane"
amg_id =
imdb_id = 0028033

"Tudor Rose" (US title "Nine Days a Queen") is a 1936 British film starring Cedric Hardwicke and Nova Pilbeam and directed by Robert Stevenson.

The film is a dramatization of Lady Jane Grey's brief reign as Queen of England. It opens with King Henry VIII on his deathbed stating the order of succession, and ends with Jane's beheading. It took some liberties with the history of the period, including a fictional Earl of Warwick playing a similar role to John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland in real life. It was the second of three film versions of her life.

What appears to be a truncated version of this film, lasting around 30 minutes, is currently available on Youtube, in three parts ( [http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=R711hKXCZ_M see first part] ).


*Cedric Hardwicke as the Earl of Warwick
*Nova Pilbeam as Lady Jane Grey
*John Mills as Lord Guilford Dudley
*Felix Aylmer as Edward Seymour
*Leslie Perrins as Thomas Seymour
*Frank Cellier as King Henry VIII
*Desmond Tester as Edward VI
*Gwen Ffrangcon Davies as Mary Tudor
*Martita Hunt as Lady Frances Brandon Grey, Jane's mother
*Miles Malleson as Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, Jane's father
*Sybil Thorndyke as Ellen

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