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Edward II

UK, English, 125 mins

  • Director: Richard Marquand; Toby Robertson
  • Writer: Christopher Marlowe

CGiii Comment

At the risk of sounding like a philistine, this is very difficult to take seriously.

Really, watch it for McKellen's hair and codpiece.

Theatrical and hysterical...a tragedy that shouldn't be so funny.


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The(ir) Blurb...

The reign of Edward II, King of England, is troubled from the start when he brings his male lover, hated by the nobles, out of exile.

Cast & Characters

Ian McKellen as King Edward;
Timothy West as Young Mortimer;
Diane Fletcher as Queen Isabella;
James Laurenson as Piers Gaveston;
Robert Eddison as Lightborn / Archbishop of Canterbury;
Paul Hardwick as Earl of Warwick / Sir John Maltravers;
Trevor Martin as Earl of Lancaster / Rice Ap Howell;
Andrew Crawford as Old Spencer / Third Poor Man;
Peter Bourne as Edmund of Kent;
David Calder as Young Spencer;
David Strong as Robert Baldock;
Michael Spice as Old Mortimer / Sir John of Hainault;
Stephen Greif as Earl of Pembroke;
Colin Fisher as Earl of Arundel;
Richard Morant as Earl of Leicester / Levune

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