Mary of Scotland1936

| Gallery | Quotes
Mary of Scotland
Directed by:
John Ford

Starring Katharine Hepburn, Fredric March, Florence Eldridge, Douglas Walton, John Carradine and Robert Barrat, "Mary of Scotland" (also known as "Maria di Scozia") is a Biography/Drama film directed by John Ford, and written by Dudley Nichols (screenplay) and Mortimer Offner (contributing writer), released in the USA on July 28 of 1936.

One of the greatest love stories of all time... brought to the screen in throbbing glory by a wonderful cast of stars!

Who directed "Mary of Scotland":

Mary of Scotland was directed by John Ford, an American director, producer, writer, and actor.

Before making Mary of Scotland, John Ford had directed The Prisoner of Shark Island, released in 1936, Steamboat Round the Bend (1935), The Informer (1935), The Whole Town's Talking (1935), Judge Priest (1934), and The World Moves On (1934). Since, he directed The Plough and the Stars, released in 1936, The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938), Four Men and a Prayer (1938), Submarine Patrol (1938), Stagecoach (1939), and Young Mr. Lincoln (1939).

What was the release date of "Mary of Scotland":

Mary of Scotland was first released on Tuesday, July 28, 1936, in the United States.. This was eighty-three (83) years ago.

It has been released on Wednesday, February 13, 1974 in Germany and on August, 1936 in Italy.

What is the casting of "Mary of Scotland":

At the casting of Mary of Scotland we find Katharine Hepburn, previously seen in Sylvia Scarlett (1935) and Alice Adams (1935); Fredric March (Anna Karenina (1935), Les Misérables (1935)); Florence Eldridge (Les Misérables (1935), A Modern Hero (1934)) [ more... ]

  • Alec Craig and Douglas Walton, William Stack, Donald Crisp, David Torrence can be seen in Mutiny on the Bounty, released in 1935.
  • Donald Crisp and Fredric March, John Carradine, Robert Barrat also appeared in The Adventures of Mark Twain, released in 1944.
  • Ian Keith and Fredric March, John Carradine also worked together in Land of Liberty, released in 1939.
  • Alan Mowbray and Fredric March, Moroni Olsen also worked together in There Goes My Heart, released in 1938.
  • Ralph Forbes, Jean Fenwick and Alec Craig have all also be seen in If I Were King, released in 1938.
  • Fredric March, Robert Barrat and Ian Keith also worked together in The Buccaneer, released in 1938.
  • Alec Craig and Katharine Hepburn, Donald Crisp can be seen in The Little Minister, released in 1934.
  • John Carradine, Ian Keith and Jean Fenwick also worked together in The Crusades, released in 1935.
  • Donald Crisp, Lionel Pape and Alec Craig also appeared in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, released in 1941.
  • Gavin Muir, Molly Lamont and Jean Fenwick also worked together in Ivy, released in 1947.
  • Lionel Pape and John Carradine, William Stack also appeared together in The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo, released in 1935.
  • Ralph Forbes and Ian Keith, Moroni Olsen also worked together in The Three Musketeers, released in 1935.
  • Alec Craig and David Torrence, Lionel Pape can all be seen in Rulers of the Sea, released in 1939.
  • Douglas Walton, Alan Mowbray and David Torrence also appeared in Charlie Chan in London, released in 1934.
  • Ian Keith, Donald Crisp and Alec Craig also worked together in The Sea Hawk, released in 1940.
  • Gavin Muir, Molly Lamont and Alec Craig also appeared together in The White Cliffs of Dover, released in 1944.
  • Fredric March, Florence Eldridge and John Carradine have all also be seen in Les Misérables, released in 1935.
  • John Carradine, Ralph Forbes and Lionel Pape also appeared in The Hound of the Baskervilles, released in 1939.
  • David Torrence and Fredric March, Ralph Forbes also appeared in Smilin' Through, released in 1932.
  • Fredric March, John Carradine and Ian Keith also appeared in The Sign of the Cross, released in 1932.
  • William Stack, Jean Fenwick and Lionel Pape have all also be seen in Man-Proof, released in 1938.
  • Lionel Pape and Donald Crisp, David Torrence have all also be seen in Beloved Enemy, released in 1936.

Message board

No message has yet been posted about Mary of Scotland.

Start a Topic



movie postermovie poster

Explore more

Photos of Mary Elizabeth Winstead from "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" (2010), a film by Edgar Wright
1 message - «Scott Pilgrim vs. the World» is a Comedy/Action film directed by Edgar Wright, and written by Michael Bacall, Edgar Wright, and Bryan Lee...

Photos of Elle Fanning as Mary from "The Nutcracker in 3D" (2009), a film by Andrei Konchalovsky
1 message - Released in the USA on November 24 of 2010, «The Nutcracker in 3D» (also known as ""Nutcracker and the Rat King" -...

Photos of Mary Elizabeth Winstead from "The Thing", a film by Matthijs van Heijningen
1 message - «The Thing» is a Horror/Mystery/Science Fiction/Thriller film directed by Matthijs van Heijningen, and written by John W. Campbell Jr.,...

( 2005 )Mary
Directed by: A. Ferrara, starring J. Binoche, F. Whitaker, M. Modine, H. Graham...

Scotland, Pa.( 2001 )Scotland, Pa.

( 1969 )John and Mary
Directed by: P. Yates, starring D. Hoffman, M. Farrow, M. Tolan, S. Griffin...

Resources: RKO Radio Pictures, Wikipedia and contributions from movie fans. Anyone can submit additionnal information and corrections, you can post a message into the forum, or you can contact me by e-mail. Information and materials are submitted by users and thus may not always contain up-to-date and correct information, so do not hesite to report mistakes, and submit corrections.Thank you!. Direct editing is no longer available, sorry.

  • Due to health issues, this site has been maintained on and off during the last few years. Some information is outdated, and I am trying to fix things progressively. Thank you in advance for your indulgence -The Webmaster-
  • Messages posted at this site are the sole opinion and responsibility of the poster. In no way will be liable or responsible for their content. If you believe something is inappropriate please do not hesitate to report it.
  • Information available at this site are based on the contributions submitted movie fans (visitors, registered members). I cannot guarantee the validity, accuracy or reliability of the information found here. If there are mistakes, or outdated information, I truly apologize. You can use the contact form to submit additional information. Thank you!

- Contact Us -

© MMVIII | and respective copyright owners