Tower of London1939
Starring Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, Barbara O'Neil, Ian Hunter, Vincent Price and Nan Grey, "Tower of London" (also known as "Usurpatore, L'") is a Drama/History/Horror film directed by Rowland V. Lee, released on November 17 of 1939 in the USA.
Who directed "Tower of London":
Tower of London was directed by Rowland V. Lee, an American director, actor, writer, and producer.
Before Tower of London, Rowland V. Lee had directed Son of Frankenstein, released in 1939, Mother Carey's Chickens (1938), Love from a Stranger (1937), The Three Musketeers (1935), Cardinal Richelieu (1935), and The Count of Monte Cristo (1934). Since, he directed The Son of Monte Cristo, released in 1940, The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944), Captain Kidd (1945).
What was the release date of "Tower of London":
Tower of London was first released in the United States on Friday, November 17, 1939. Other films released on Friday, November 17, 1939 are Saga of Death Valley (dir. Joseph Kane) and Another Thin Man. This was seventy-nine (79) years ago.
It has been released on Friday, September 05, 1952 in Germany and on Wednesday, October 23, 1946 in Italy.
What is the casting of "Tower of London":
At the casting of Tower of London we find Basil Rathbone, previously seen in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939) and Land of Liberty (1939); Boris Karloff (The Man They Could Not Hang (1939), Mr. Wong in Chinatown (1939)); Barbara O'Neil (When Tomorrow Comes (1939), The Toy Wife (1938)) [ more... ]
- Vincent Price, Nan Grey, John Sutton and Frances Robinson also appeared in The Invisible Man Returns, released in 1940.
- Basil Rathbone, Ian Hunter, John Sutton and Lionel Belmore also appeared together in The Adventures of Robin Hood, released in 1938.
- Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, Lionel Belmore and Donnie Dunagan can all be seen in Son of Frankenstein, released in 1939.
- Ralph Forbes and Vincent Price, John Sutton, Leo G. Carroll also appeared together in The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex, released in 1939.
- John Rodion and Basil Rathbone, John Sutton can also be seen in The Dawn Patrol, released in 1938.
- Vincent Price, Nan Grey and Miles Mander can also be seen in The House of the Seven Gables, released in 1940.
- Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff and Vincent Price also appeared together in Madhouse, released in 1974.
- Ralph Forbes and Basil Rathbone, Lionel Belmore also appeared in If I Were King, released in 1938.
- Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff and Vincent Price can all be seen in The Comedy of Terrors, released in 1964.
- Miles Mander, Lionel Belmore and Ralph Forbes also appeared in The Three Musketeers, released in 1935.
- Lionel Belmore and Ian Hunter, Ernest Cossart also worked together in Forever and a Day, released in 1943.
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