|Written by||Ken Russell
|Directed by||Ken Russell|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Camera setup||Ken Higgins|
|Running time||56 minutes|
|Original release||11 November 1962|
Elgar is a drama documentary made in 1962 by the British director Ken Russell. Made for BBC Television's long-running Monitor programme, it dramatised in vigorous style the life of the archetypically English composer Sir Edward Elgar.
The film had the effect of establishing Russell as a major directorial talent, and spawned a series of dramatised biographies of composers by Russell, both for cinema and television. Elgar became "one of the most popular films of its kind ever shown on TV, and contributed to a marked revival of interest in the composer's music."  The film was narrated by Huw Wheldon. It was selected by the British Film Institute as one of the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes.
- George McGrath (Sir Edward Elgar)
- Peter Brett (Mr Elgar)
- Rowena Gregory (Mrs Elgar)
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