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Disraeli (1916 film)

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Adapted from  Disraeli
Country  United Kingdom
4.9/10 IMDb

Genre  Biography, Drama
Duration  
Language  English
Director  Charles Calvert Percy Nash
Release date  November 1916
Writer  Louis N. Parker (play), Louis N. Parker (scenario)
Directors  Percy Nash, Charles Calvert
Cast  Cyril Raymond, Mary Jerrold, Daisy Cordell
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Genres  Drama, Silent film, Biographical film

Disraeli is a 1916 British silent biographical film directed by Charles Calvert and Percy Nash and starring Dennis Eadie, Mary Jerrold and Cyril Raymond. The film was based on the 1911 play Disraeli by Louis N. Parker, which was adapted twice more, as a 1921 silent version and most famously in 1929 as an early sound film. It was made at Ealing Studios.

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Synospsis

The mid-Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli manages to thwart the plans of Britain's rival Great Powers and gain control of the strategically important Suez Canal.

Cast

  • Dennis Eadie as Benjamin Disraeli
  • Mary Jerrold as Lady Beaconsfield
  • Cyril Raymond as Lord Deeford
  • Dorothy Bellew as Clarissa
  • Fred Morgan as Nigel Foljambe
  • Daisy Cordell as Mrs. Travers
  • Cecil Morton York as Duke of Glastonbury
  • Evelyn Harding as Duchess of Glastonbury
  • Arthur M. Cullin as Sir Michael Probert
  • A.B. Imeson as Meyers
  • Mrs. Henry Lytton as Queen Victoria
  • References

    Disraeli (1916 film) Wikipedia
    Disraeli (1916 film) IMDb


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