King's Rhapsody (film)
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1955 theatrical poster
|Directed by||Herbert Wilcox|
|Produced by||Herbert Wilcox|
|Based on||musical by Ivor Novello|
|Distributed by||United Artists (US)|
|26 October 1955 (UK)
|Box office||£90,884 (UK)|
- Anna Neagle – Marta Karillos
- Errol Flynn – Richard, King of Laurentia
- Patrice Wymore – Princess Cristiane
- Martita Hunt – Queen Mother
- Finlay Currie – King Paul
- Francis De Wolff – The Prime Minister
- Joan Benham – Countess Astrid
- Reginald Tate – King Peter
- Miles Malleson – Jules
- Edmund Hockridge – The Serenader
- The film was the first of what was meant to be a six-film deal over three years worth £2,500,000. The intention was that Flynn and Neagle would form a team along the lines of Neagle's pairing with Michael Wilding, starting with The White Witch of Rose Hall in Jamaica. However this was the last of the two movies they made together.
- Released on VHS home video; not available on DVD
The film disappointed at the box office.
- Vincent Porter, 'The Robert Clark Account', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol 20 No 4, 2000 p506
- "Errol Flynn's Big Film Deal.". The Sydney Morning Herald (National Library of Australia). 15 October 1954. p. 3. Retrieved 7 July 2012.
- "FINCH'S BIG CHANCE IN U.K. FILM.". The Sunday Times (Perth: National Library of Australia). 16 January 1955. p. 38. Retrieved 7 July 2012.
- Tony Thomas, Rudy Behlmer & Clifford McCarty, The Films of Errol Flynn, Citadel Press, 1969 p 206
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