By John Peacock.
Twelfth of 13 programmes.
With James Maxwell as Henry VII.
Warwick and Warbeck are still imprisoned in the Tower but Henry is under extreme pressure to put them both to death. Warwick at least is entirely guiltless and Henry cannot kill an innocent man.
Earl of Oxford:
Earl of Warwick:
Starring Dave Allen with Jacqueline Clarke, Ronnie Brody, Michael Sharvell-Martin, Peter Hawkins and Simon Barnes.
The Art of Compilation.
The last of a group of films showing how the subtle assembly of contemporary films and documents can recapture the atmosphere of times past.
Made in 1953 by the Shell Film Unit to commemorate the 50th anniversary of powered flight, Stuart Legg's film is an object lesson in the imaginative use of archival material.
Although basically concerned with the technical evolution of the aeroplane, it also illustrates the social and political environment in which this development takes place.
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