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An Age of Kings

An Age of Kings


15 part mini-series which aired on the BBC in 1960 that dealt with English kings in an 86 year period from Richard II to Richard III. The series itself was based upon the history plays of William Shakespeare. Sean Connery and Judi Dench were two future stars who appeared in the production.
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Final: 1x15 -- Richard III (Part 2): the Boar Hunt (Nov/17/1960)


Richard III has lied, cheated, and murdered his way onto the throne of England but faces one final challenge to keep his monarchy. Will he lose his kingdom for a horse?
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Producer: Peter Dews
Production Designer: Stanley Morris
Make-up: Tommy Manderson
Based On The Works Of: William Shakespeare
Script Editor: Eric Crozier
Music Score: Arthur Bliss
Original Music: Christopher Whelen

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Recurring Guests

Julian Glover as Lord Marshal (14 eps)
Terence Lodge as Sir William Bagot (13 eps)
Frank Windsor as Bishop of Carlisle (13 eps)
Patrick Garland as Sir Stephen Scroop (13 eps)
Alan Rowe as Lord Ross (12 eps)
John Ringham as Lord Berkeley (12 eps)
Kenneth Farrington (1) as Gadshill (12 eps)
Jerome Willis as Sir Henry Green (11 eps)
Anthony Valentine as Exton's Servant (11 eps)
Robert Lang (1) as Sir Pierce of Exton (11 eps)

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Warning: An Age of Kings guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Mini-Series
Genre: Drama | History
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: April 28, 1960
Ended: November 17, 1960
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