Colonel Blood (film)

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Colonel Blood
Directed by W. P. Lipscomb
Produced by Norman Loudon
Written by W. P. Lipscomb
Starring Frank Cellier
Anne Grey
Mary Lawson
Allan Jeayes
Arthur Chesney
Music by Colin Wark
Charles Cowlrick
Cinematography George Stretton
Distributed by MGM
Release date
January 1934 (1934-01)
Running time
98 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Colonel Blood (1934) was a British film written and directed by W.P. Lipscomb. It was a dramatised account of Thomas Blood, a 17th-century adventurer in England.


The plot is based on a dramatised account of the exploits of the historical renegade, Thomas Blood, in the 17th century and his attempted theft of the British Crown jewels.


The film was shot on location at Shepperton Studios in England. It was shot on 35mm black and white film in an aspect ratio of 1.37:1. It was produced by Norman Loudon for Sound City Film, Shepperton Studio's in-house sound production company.[citation needed]


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